Founders Brewing Company is in the habit of rolling out new flavors to entice beer drinkers. They are now offering a new beer and hard seltzers.
From its barrel-aged series, Velvet Rush takes the bourbon barrel-aged brown ale up an octave with notes of coffee, chocolate and vanilla extract...
The Founders website sums it up best... "It’s been a long three months and we’ve missed you but we’re elated to announce that we are reopening our Grand Rapids and Detroit taprooms on Wednesday, June 10 at 11 am!"
Grand Rapids' Founders Brewing is expanding yet again - but this time, it isn't in Grand Rapids.
Tuesday it was announced that Founders will be opening a taproom in Detroit near the newly constructed Little Caesar's Arena.
The brewery will be located in the lower Cass Corridor neighborhood of Detroit, directly behind the Masonic Temple...
The annual release of Founders Brewing Co.'s Kentucky Breakfast Stout in Grand Rapids draws thousands of beer lovers.
This week, the beer is being celebrated with the second annual KBS Week.
During KBS Week, select bars and restaurants in and around Grand Rapids are holding special tappings of KBS.
A lot of states have weird laws, and New Hampshire, it turns out, is no exception.
Currently, bottles of Breakfast Stout by Founders Brewery Co. in Grand Rapids is illegal to be sold in the state of New Hampshire.
Founders Brewing Co. announced Tuesday that they plan to expand their brewery production facility at their current site, 235 Grandville Ave SW. Pending approvals, Founders expects to break ground on this expansion in late October.