American craft beer is built on taking inspiration and ideas from all over the world and combining them with American ingredients and ingenuity – which is the same approach we’re applying to our latest beer dinner. Join us Thursday, December 8 at 6:30pm at the brewery for our five-course Breakfast for Dinner, featuring our favorite breakfast dishes paired with various beers.
PC Pils is a easy drinker that serves as a great compliment to tailgating foods like bratwursts and parking lot chili… However, when you come back to regular life, treat yo’self to a real grown-up entrée. Typically, the higher the quality of meat, the safer it is to eat undercooked which is why you’ll see that ours is a bit pink. Feel free to cook the tenderloin longer for a temperature that is more well-done, just be sure to reduce the temperature and cook it on its sides again. Given all stoves are different, cooking times and temperatures may vary. Enjoy!
- 1lb pork tenderloin
- 1/2lb unsalted butter
It’s 9am somewhere! Our double chocolate coffee stout, Breakfast Stout, is the perfect way to start (or end) your day. Brewed with two types of roasted coffee sourced from our friends at Ferris Coffee & Nut, two varieties of chocolate and an abundance of flaked oats, this stout is chewy, rich and intense. And now it has it’s very own Untappd badge!
It’s that time of the year again! We’ll be opening our remaining 2017 Mug Club spots up to new members on a first-come, first-served basis on Thursday, December 1 at 9am in our beer garden. Ferris coffee and Robinette’s donuts will be available for the early birds.
Memberships are are $60 and will be available until we reach capacity. All new members must be 21+ and present with a valid ID to purchase a membership.
We are humbled and honored to announce that we will be bringing our beer to a long-admired craft beer mecca, the Pacific Northwest states of Washington, Oregon and Idaho! It was westward that our Co-Founders traveled in their discovery of craft beer some 25 years ago and we’ve long anticipated the day that our beers would be available in this region.
Behold as the kooky kids from our Education Team combine the two greatest things to happen to mornings: Breakfast Stout and cereal. We even tossed them in the very same bowl, ’cause why not?
It’s hard to believe it’s that time of year again. You know, that time where we take knives to pumpkins, gut them with our bare hands and carve our whims into their flesh while snacking on their toasted, perfectly seasoned innards. Since we’re not all inspired and skilled knife-artists, we thought we’d give you all a little creative and technical help with these killer pumpkin-carving stencils featuring the KBS skull (spooky), logos and more! Download them here.
We’ve long believed in using only the best ingredients, knowing they result in the best flavor. With a beer like Breakfast Stout, a harmonious combination of oats, chocolate and coffee, it’s crucial that each of those ingredients are of the highest quality.
After we switched coffee suppliers to source higher quality product, a move that felt like breaking up with your high school sweetheart, our hometown neighbors at Ferris Coffee and Nut embarked on an ambitious journey to win back their role as roasters of the coffee used in Breakfast Stout.
We are in the midst of pulling something delicious out of bourbon barrels… something dark, chocolatey, blueberry-y and vanilla-y…. something we’ve never bottled before and we cannot wait for you to get your lips on this.
ArtPrize, the world’s largest art competition, is well underway in our hometown of Grand Rapids, MI, and as proud partners of the event, we could not be more excited. Our taproom has served as a venue to host artists since the very first ArtPrize took place (seven years ago!) and we are happy to undertake that role once again. Make sure to check out the six artists and their work we’re hosting this year if you stop by the taproom in the next two weeks. Here’s a little info on each one: