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Frankenmuth Brewery Hits MGB Summer Beer Festival 2013

Posted on: July 26th, 2013 by Frankenmuth Brewery No Comments


Prepare your taste buds for a delicious craft beer explosion, the 16th annual Summer Beer Festival is upon us! While the event held on Friday, July 26, and Saturday, July 27, in Ypsilanti is nearly sold out (people really love Michigan beer!), we thought we’d still give those who are going a list of all the exciting reasons to check out all of the fun. (more…)

The Best Hangover Cures

Posted on: July 23rd, 2013 by Frankenmuth Brewery No Comments


There’s nothing worse than a great night with friends enjoying your favorite Michigan beer and then waking up with a terrible hangover. There are a few things you can do to get rid of that awful feeling, and luckily, we have the guide to the best hangover cures. Pay attention, remember these crucial cures and, more importantly, be responsible while drinking. (more…)

How To Make A Watermelon Keg

Posted on: July 19th, 2013 by Frankenmuth Brewery No Comments

If there’s one thing that can make a good party, it’s a keg… Especially when you know how to make a watermelon keg. Tired of the classic giant metal keg? Want something a little classier with a summertime vibe? Search no further as this guide to making a watermelon keg will lead to a new creation that is both practical, aesthetically pleasing and tasty.


Frankenmuth Brewery Celebrates "Summer In The Park" in Detroit

Posted on: July 16th, 2013 by Frankenmuth Brewery No Comments


When Campus Martius, a park in the heart of downtown Detroit, unveiled its plans to construct an urban beach, we knew that this was the perfect opportunity to introduce our new summer beer, Twisted Helles, to the D. We’re excited to announce that the Summer in the Park in Detroit will now exclusively carry our latest, greatest beer. (more…)

The Ultimate Michigan Beer And Breakfast Pairings

Posted on: July 11th, 2013 by Frankenmuth Brewery No Comments


For brew enthusiasts, there is no time too early to partake in beer. Breakfast is the perfect meal to start enjoying your favorite brew, especially when paired with the right foods. If you’re looking for something to eat with your favorite Michigan beer in the morning, look no further than our list of the best beer and breakfast pairings. (more…)

Five Reasons To Go To The Michigan Bier Celebration

Posted on: July 9th, 2013 by Frankenmuth Brewery No Comments


Are you ready for the craft beer event of the year? The second annual Michigan Bier Celebration is finally here! The brew tasting, which is being held on Saturday, July 20, will feature over 15 Michigan breweries and a dozen more from around the country. If you haven’t been convinced to attend the Michigan Bier Celebration yet, we put together five more reasons for you to change your mind and go. (more…)

Frankenmuth Brewery And Brann's Steakhouse Team For Craft Beer Of The Month

Posted on: July 6th, 2013 by Frankenmuth Brewery No Comments


It’s July and that means there has never been a better time for a steak and a beer than right now. Don’t feel like sweating over a hot grill to get yourself a prime piece of beef and brew? No worries. We are teaming up with Brann’s Steakhouse and Sports Grille for the month of July and exporting some of our Twisted Helles all over Michigan. (more…)

Hot Dogs And Beer Pairings For The Fourth of July

Posted on: July 2nd, 2013 by Frankenmuth Brewery No Comments


Hot dogs and beer are as American as apple pie. While all three are delicious, we still prefer the pairing of a Michigan beer and Ball Park frank fresh off the grill. You may think the two are as straightforward as they come, but we’ve managed to find a bunch of different creative combinations for hot dogs and beer, so you can become a dog-gone hero at your BBQ on the Fourth of July. (more…)

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