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Wood Pile BBQ Beer Dinner- THE BEEF SHOW! tickets available now

Join us for our very first Beer dinner With the WoodPile    Thursday May 31st 6-9pm
Welcome to the Beef Show! In Clawson

1st course – Beef n Cheddar Crostini
The Grilling Company Beef n Cheddar sausage on a roasted garlic crostini paired with Kuhnhenn’s new Cherry Rhubarb spiked lemonade

2nd course – Wagyu Brisket Tacos
Hickory smoked Wagyu brisket on a handmade corn tortilla topped with pickled onions, Cotija cheese and chipotle cream paired with Kuhnhenn’s DRIPA.

3rd Main course – Steak and Taters
Dry aged Tri Tip steak from Farm Field Table, lightly smoked and served with garlic and dill roasted redskins and bacon wrapped asparagus paired with Kuhnhenn’s Crème Brule Stout.

4th course Dessert
Treat Dreams Ferndale Snozzberry sorbet paired with Kuhnhenn’s Hydromel Mead

 


 Click here: Tickets are $50 and limited to 40 seats.

 

The Facebook Event page

Bret Kuhnhenn will be there to participate in the the fun!

 

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Summer Solstice Parties and Bottle Release

Parties

This years summer solstice lands on June 21st ,a Thursday.  We decided to do a pre-party  the week before on Friday June 15th at our Warren location and Saturday June 16th at our Clinton Township location.

We are also having a party on the bottle release day Saturday June 23rd at our Clinton Township location.

This is a ticketed  dinner event of our Summer Solstice bottle release.   21 years of age and older  5-8 PM

We  have wanted to do something special for a long time.  If, you enjoyed our Anniversary party a couple of years back you will like this event.   Just like at that party,  you will get a lanyard with the sample names on it, each sample will be punched.  The Lanyard will be good until we close.

What we are doing different is a sit down dinner. A seafood boil, or a steak dinner. Limited seating in the tent.  The samples will come out during dinner to the tables,  you may pass on that sample for the time being and can go up to the sampling station after dinner (7:30pm)to get your sample.  There will be at least 15 3oz samples.

We wanted to pair the seafood with something that totally screams summer.  Lemonade ! Well many variations of lemonade to be more precise, and alcoholic.

For those who are choosing the steak option the barrel aged beers and heavy ales will pair better.

Both Dinners include the  boiled potatoes, corn, sausages and a tee shirt.

Potatoes and corn will be boiled separate for people with shellfish allergies to go with steak dinner.

Communal seating, in tent both locations.

Add a Lobster to your boil $15.00

The Boil  is prepared for you in the traditional group fashion, please respect the amounts allocated.

  • a 10oz Crab Cluster, 4 Jumbo shrimp, 15 Crayfish, 5 Mussels.
  • ½ link Andouille Sausage (cut up in 1/4 links)  2 Potatoes, 1 full ear Corn, ½ link Smoked Sausage (cut up in 1/4 links)
  • The Lip on Rib Eye Steak (prime rib) is cooked to your pre-sale ticket order.   Finished in a ceramic Big Green Egg with hardwood and charcoal.
  • The sampling Punch card
  1. Bourbon Barrel Barley Wine
  2. Bourbon Barrel Double Nut Brown*
  3. Bourbon Barrel Cherry Old Bruin*
  4. Bourbon Barrel Old Bruin*
  5. A Few Shillings Too many*
  6. Dark Heathen Triple Bock*
  7. Fourth Dementia- Fresh Ale
  8. Sacrificial Blood Orange Ale
  9. Sangria- with Fruit
  10. Strawberry Rhubarb Hard Lemonade
  11. Hard Lime-n-aid
  12. Cherry Rhubarb Hard Lime-n-aid
  13. Mango Hard Lime-n-aid
  14. Peach Hard Lemonade
  15. Bad Kitty Hard Cola
  16. Blackberry Lime-n-aid
    * Bottle releases

Bottle release:

internet sales are open now for the above listed * beers.     in 4 packs-  pick up starts June 23rd at our Clinton Twp Location.

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Kuhnhenn Corn Hole League Starts Thursday

Signup and Prizes are all handled by the Michigan Corn hole Assn.

  • We are starting the next session of cornhole leagues on Thursday May 10rd 2018.
  • Registration is currently open for that league.
  • This is an outdoor league. Starts@ 6:30
  • Also this is a bring your own partner league.
  • $1.00 off your first Pint.  $2.00 Off Appetizers.
  • It’s just $40/Person or $80/team for the 8 week league including playoffs.
  • There are CASH PAYOUTS & PRIZES for the winners. If you are interested or have any questions contact us at michigancornhole@yahoo.com or call at Call Us 248-854-0217
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Warren Big Brew This Saturday April 28th Unique Beer Fest

  • $5.00  gets you in (Cash door sales only)  there is a ATM at the Park
  • glass  for sampling
  • Beer sampling at noon to 6pm
  • Samples are $2 4oz
  • Brewing starts as early at 10am-   Yes 50 Home Brewers will be brewing beer !
  • Veterans get in free
  •  Sampling glass for 21+ only Family friendly but anyone under 21 must be accompanied by a parent  12 and under free with parents paid admission
  • Pet Friendly
  • Arts and Crafts  –
  • Petting zoo
  • Corn Hole
  • food trucks
  • Local Breweries from Macomb County.
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This Thursday April 26th a Tap Assault at WhichCraft Tap Room Midland MI

A Kuhnhenn Tap Assault –

Whichcraft  124 Ashman St. Midland, MI 48640

WhichCraftTaproom@gmail.com (989) 832-3395

Kuhnhenn’s will be taking over these taps Thursday Evening        April 26

90 Shilling Scottish Ale. ABV 5.5%
Aldebaran: Belgian-American IPA. ABV 9.5%
Bourbon Barrel Aged American Imperial Stout. ABV 12.9%
American IPA. ABV 6.5%
Anneliese Amber. ABV 5.8%
Bourbon Barrel Barleywine. ABV 14.5%
Blueberry DRIPA. ABV 7.0%
Classic American Pilsner. ABV 5.5%
Double Nut Brown. ABV 6.2%
DRIPA: Double Rice India Pale Ale.ABV 9.5%
Evangeline’s Red Imperial Red Ale. ABV 8.5%
Export Stout. ABV 7.2%
Fluffer:Session IPA. ABV 4.5%
Gnomenclature: Belgian strong dark ale. ABV 9.0%
Imperial Crème Brulee Java Stout. ABV 7.5%
Isabell’s Baltic Porter. ABV 8.5%
Kuhnieweizen: Hefeweizen. ABV 5.5%
Loonie Kuhnie Pale Ale. ABV 5.8%
Madelyne’s Delight: Belgian Abbey ale. ABV 8.5%
Metry’s Winter Lager: Imperial light lager. ABV 7.3%

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New Beer Release today! Draft only. A new England style IPA called “Doyousee Haze IPA”

This new release is very juicy. Huge amounts of hops were used to make this very hazy orange juice looking beer.  Made with Michigan raw wheat, rolled oats, caramel oat malt, honey malt and a very citrusy blend of our most favorite hops including; Citra, Mosaic, Azacca, Columbus.    This is a limited test release only 7 BBls

 

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DRIPA and White Devil bottle release St Patrick’s Day.

It has been a while since we have bottled our award winning DRIPA and White Devil.

We are bottling next week.

Bottles are priced as follows:

4 pack- $11.99    6 pack- $14.99 , Case of 24  $49.99   plus sales tax.  Deposit included

Just ask your server to add them to your tab.

We are bottling about 1500 bottles of each.  (about 62 cases)  31 cases for each beer, per location.

Here is Mitchell Prelableing at the Home Brew Shop!

 

 

 

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ATTENTION! MBG Winter beer festival is POSTPONED- Rescheduled for March 2nd and 3rd

COMSTOCK PARK, MI – The Michigan Brewers Guild has postponed this weekend’s Winter Beer Festival by one week due to forecasts of record flooding at Fifth Third Ballpark.

The festival will now be held on Friday, March 2 and Saturday, March 3, organizers said in an announcement on Thursday, Feb. 22. All tickets already purchased will be honored on the respective Friday and Saturday of the new weekend.

The guild’s board of directors decided to push back the festival after forecasters said the Grand River, which flows next to Fifth Third Ballpark, would reach or exceed the record flood levels it achieved in 2013, when flooding covered the venue’s parking lots.

“After meeting with the Whitecaps staff and taking into consideration information provided to us by the National Weather Service and the Kent County Emergency Management, the MBG Board of Directors has decided to take cautious approach and postpone the festival by a week to allow the Grand River to drop below the flood stage,” the guild said in a news release.

“We reviewed several contingency plans and discussed multiple options before coming to this decision,” said Executive Director Scott Graham. “But in the end the safety of our attendees, our breweries and volunteers is of utmost concern.”

The event sponsors said they also were concerned about a rain forecast for Friday, Feb. 23.

“That will contribute to the levels of the Grand River, which is expected to crest its 18-foot flood stage on Friday afternoon and rise as much as three feet above that over the course of the weekend.”

The guild said its expects most of its 142 member breweries will participate in the rescheduled date. The event attracts about 9,000 beer enthusiasts.

Grand River flooding could exceed 2013's historic levels

Grand River flooding could exceed 2013’s historic levels

“When you get to these very high levels, the modeling does become complicated,” said meteorologist Brian Meade in a webinar with reporters and local public safety officers.