Mark your calendars: KBS Week 2018 is only a few months away!
We’ve been sharing the big updates from our 2018 availability calendar all week and, because you’ve been so patient, we’re now happy to present you with the entire thing!
We’ve been sharing the big updates from our 2018 availability calendar all week long and this next one might just be the best change yet! When we retired this beer from our lineup two years ago, we were faced with fan after fan pleading with us to bring it back – to say it wasn’t…
We’re sharing the big updates from our 2018 availability calendar all week long! Next up, a new package for our seasonal lineup and select year-round beers:
We’re unveiling the big changes from our 2018 availability calendar all week long! Next up, a brand new series emerges in a brewery far, far away…
We’ll be unrolling our 2018 calendar throughout the week and, to kick things off, we’re happy to share the two newest additions to our year-round lineup:
At long last, the day is here. We are happy to (officially) announce the sixth and final release in our Barrel-Aged Series:
For the fifth year, we’re brewing a beer to benefit ArtPrize, an art competition hosted in our hometown of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Previous ArtPrize series beers include Mosaic Promise, Pale Joe, Spectra Trifecta and more. This year, we’re looking forward to exercising our creativity again with a style new to our lineup.
We are pleased to announce the next beer in our Barrel-Aged Series and, get ready, because this one is a 14.2% ABV doozy:
Well, hello. We are happy to announce the third release in our Barrel-Aged Series lineup:
Hey friends! Great news: there will be even more reasons to love Centennial IPA as it will soon be available in 15-pack cans! Yup, that’s right, it will join the ranks of All Day IPA, PC Pils, Mosaic Promise and Azacca IPA as yet another fantastic beer to be made available in this format.
Frootwood, the first beer in our brand new Barrel-Aged Series is here! We took a crisp, light-bodied cherry ale and hid it away in oak barrels that have held both bourbon and maple syrup. After a lengthy stint, it emerged a changed beer, blanketed in notes of warm vanilla