Beer City USA Part 2 – Grand Rapids International

This year’s Grand Rapids International Wine & Food Festival is certain to showcase why Grand Rapids has been named Beer City USA and why Michigan is becoming a popular destination for beer and wine enthusiasts. From November 21st to November 23rd, DeVos Place Convention Center in downtown Grand Rapids will be the host to the 6th annual International Wine & Food Festival. This event is the largest wine and beer tasting event in the Midwest offering more than 1,200 different wines and over 200 varieties of beers. There will also be chances to sample ciders and spirits.

Of all the beers, wines, & spirits on hand at this year’s Festival, products brewed right here in Michigan are sure to be a highlight. Over 100 of the beverages on hand will be from local wineries, breweries, and distilleries. Items featured from the local Grand Rapids area include beers from Founder’s Brewing Company and New Holland Brewing, along with wines from Robinette Cellars and Cascade Winery. Both breweries are not only local favorites, they’re makers of national award winning brews. Robinettes and Cascade Winery take the best produce West Michigan has to offer and turns them into (or even allows you to turn them into) really great fruity wines. You’ll be sure to find your own personal local favorite.

This year’s Grand Rapids International Wine & Food Festival is certain to showcase why Grand Rapids has been named Beer City USA and why Michigan is becoming a popular destination for beer and wine enthusiasts. From November 21st to November 23rd, DeVos Place Convention Center in downtown Grand Rapids will be the host to the 6th annual International Wine & Food Festival. This event is the largest wine and beer tasting event in the Midwest offering more than 1,200 different wines and over 200 varieties of beers. There will also be chances to sample ciders and spirits.

Of all the beers, wines, & spirits on hand at this year’s Festival, products brewed right here in Michigan are sure to be a highlight. Over 100 of the beverages on hand will be from local wineries, breweries, and distilleries. Items featured from the local Grand Rapids area include beers from Founder’s Brewing Company and New Holland Brewing, along with wines from Robinette Cellars and Cascade Winery. Both breweries are not only local favorites, they’re makers of national award winning brews. Robinettes and Cascade Winery take the best produce West Michigan has to offer and turns them into (or even allows you to turn them into) really great fruity wines. You’ll be sure to find your own personal local favorite.