The Michigan Craft Beer craze is sweeping the Great Lakes State. When having a beer means enjoying a brew at a Michigan microbrewery, the taste is Pure Michigan. DW Video & Multimedia is here to tell your Craft Beer business – contact us.
Today, Cooking and pairing craft beer with food is a growing trend in the culinary industry. Great fun with family and friends. In one of our Buy Local TV segments, learn why producer Duane Weed went to Frankenmuth, Michigan. Home of Bronners, Bavarian Inn and Zehnders.
At DW Video we are here to tell Michigan’s story. Our Buy Local Video Profiles are ideal in telling that story. Introduce the people of your Michigan Craft Beer business, Highlight your products and services. Customer Testimonials are key in promoting your business. We used a couple testimonials at the beginning of Mountain Town Stations Buy Local Video Profiles.
DW Video is here to help promote your business. Contact Duane at 231-937-5420 to get started. Since 1984 we have been telling Michigan’s story.
Breweries Map and List for Michigan Craft Beer locations across our great state.
According to Craft Beer dot com “When trying to define craft beer, each beer lover has a unique interpretation and story of discovery to share. To make a true craft beer definition even more difficult, each individual beer brand is one of a kind.”
Some fun facts on the history of beer:
Heinrich Knaust writes the first extensive book on brewing in Germany, describing in detail about 150 different beers. He calls the “noble Hamburg beer the queen of all other wheat beers.”
Prohibition, in the form of the 18th amendment, outlaws the sale of alcohol in the United States. Key dates to remember:
- The 18th Amendment is ratified on January 16, 1919 and goes into effect January 16, 1920.
- On March 23, 1933, President Franklin Roosevelt signs into law legislation permitting the sale of 3.2% a beer.
- On December 5, 1933, the 21st Amendment repeals the 18th Amendment.
Smithsonian Magazine states: “The best beers in the world today are being made in the US.”
Craft brewers reached 7.8 percent volume of the total U.S. beer market.