Fury for a Feast August 23rd!!!!

A FEW DETAILS ABOUT
FURY FOR A FEAST

 

August 23rd
Gates Open at NOON
Noon-Midnight

Admission:...
$3 plus 2 non-perishable cans or $5
Event begins at 12 (Noon) and ends at midnight with last call at 11pm
21 and up only please – No one under 21 will be allowed in
The brewery will be closed to the public – this is an outdoor only event. We will have plenty of tents, the party will go on RAIN OR SHINE!!!

Cash only:
ATM’s located at Busch’s and Vibe Credit Union
Bands:

12:30 Slammin’ Zeros
2:00 Introduction by Emcee Rex Halfpenny
2:30 Stove Clover
4:30 Royal Bones
6:45 Toast
7:00 The Muggs
9:00 Raffle
9:30 Joshua Davis Trio

Bands:

Slamming Zeros - Modern old school. Metal, punk, billy & rock slammed into eight shots of musical bourbon.

Stone Clover – Stone Clover spins high energy antics, into the traditional world of Irish music. Not to be labeled as merely an Irish band the group draws influence from many different styles of music including, punk, metal, jazz, and folk

Royal Bones – The band’s live show teems with improvisational jams that weave one song into another, creating a unique live experience for the fans every time they play. With a multitude of covers from classic rock to modern rock, to blues, reggae, country, disco, soul, funk, and bluegrass, they always leave the crowd satisfied.

The Muggs – Detroit’s best known unsigned blues rock trio in the vein of Led Zeppelin. Channel 4 WDIV has awarded them Best Original Rock Band of 2013. They’ve also won Best Rock Band at the Detroit Music Awards in 2008 and 2013 and their sophomore album, On With The Show won Outstanding Rock Album at the DMA’s in 2009.

Joshua Davis Trio – Joshua Davis was raised in the folk tradition: the music, the social movements, the land. He writes songs that blend the roots of American music with gritty rock n’ roll and vintage soul. Performing Songwriter Magazine called the result, “Some of the liveliest and most rocking roots music around.

Parking:
Our neighbors are being cool enough to let us have this shindig - please be cool back!
Please park in the SouthEast area of the parking lot (toward MacDonald’s)
Designated parking area will be marked with orange cones. Please do not park infront of Fortuna Inn, KV Sports, Verizon Wireless or any other neighboring business.

Gleaners Food Bank:
All proceeds from the door will go directly to Gleaners
All money collected from the raffle tickets will go directly to Gleaners
Last year we raised nearly $4000 and gathered 900 lbs of food!!

Raffle
Raffle to be drawn at 9:00pm
You do not need to be present to win
Rafffle Items: (Raffle tickets available for $1 each at merch table and a person will be walking through the crowds selling tickets as well)
THANK YOU TO ALL OF THE LOCAL BUSINESSES FOR DONATING TO THIS RAFFLE!!!
Witch’s Hat Crusier bicycle – donated by South Lyon Cycle
½ hour Massage – donated by Divine Yoga
½ hour Massage – donated by Divine Yoga
Two tickets to the Brewed in Michigan Event at Bakers in Milford 9/26/14
Gift Certificate from the Palate of Milford
Glass Blowing Class by Glass Academy
Fury for a Feast Shirts by Silk Road Screen Printing
Vinyls by Stone Clover
Two Monthly Memberships to Anytime Fitness (Brighton or South Lyon)
Cider from the Northville Winery and Brewery
Lifetime Mug Club Membership and a Mug
MORE TO COME!!!


BEERS
Barrel Aged Beers: $4/5oz and $7/10oz

Bourbon Barrel Night Fury w/Vanilla Bean – 10.8% -The original that started all of this chaos! Our beloved Night Fury Imperial Stout aged in Buffalo Trace bourbon barrels w/ whole vanilla beans

Bourbon Barrel Chocolate Espresso Night Fury – 10.8% -Night Fury Imperial Stout aged in Buffalo Trace Barrels w/ Mindo cocoa nibs and Intelligentsia Black Cat Espresso beans

Bourbon Barrel Cherry Cordial Night Fury – 10.8% -Night Fury Imperial Stout aged in Buffalo Trace barrels w/ Mindo cocoa nibs and Michigan Montmorency Cherries

Bourbon Barrel Cookies ‘n Cream Night Fury – 10.8% -Night Fury Imperial Stout aged in Buffalo Trace barrels w/ whole vanilla beans, Mindo cocoa nibs and toasted coconut

Bourbon Barrel Dragontrax Night fury – 10.8% -Night Fury Imperial Stout aged in Buffalo Trace barrels w/ whole vanilla beans, Mindo cocoa nibs, toasted coconut and peanut butter – CONAINS NUTS

Bourbon Barrel Mint Chocolate Chip Night Fury – 10.8% – Night Fury Imperial Stout aged in Buffalo Trace barrels w/ Mindo cocoa nibs and mint

Bourbon Barrel Smoke’n fury – 9.0% – A blend of Night Fury and 1908 Smoked Wheat aged in Buffalo Trace barrels w/ house smoked staves of wood

Bourbon Barrel Smoke’n Fury w/Ghost Pepper – 9.0% – A blend of Night Fury and 1908 Smoked Wheat aged in Buffalo Trace barrels w/ house smoked staves of wood and ghost peppers

Bourbon Barrel 1908 – 7.4% -Smoked wheat ale aged in Buffalo Trace barrels

Bourbon Barrel Tuscan Coffee Stout – 3.9% – Dry stout brewed with locally roasted Sumatra coffee aged in Buffalo Trace bourbon barrels

Bourbon Barrel Sir Edward w/Chipotle – 8.6% – Batch #200 double brown aged in a bourbon barrel w/chipotle peppers

Bourbon Barrel Territorial – 8.5% – Collaboration with Liberty Street, Baltic Porter aged in an Eagle Rare barrel

Well Water – 11.8% – Our Holy Confusion barley wine aged in Buffalo Trace and Blanton barrels and dry-hopped in the barrel

Rye Whiskey Fear Of The Dark – 11.2% – Black barley wine aged in a Journeyman Rye Whiskey barrel

Rye Whiskey Twenty Nine – 7.4% – Saison brewed with Soriachi ace hops and basil and aged in a Journeyman Rye Whiskey barrel

Rye Whiskey Demon Cleaner – 10.2% – Belgian Tripel aged in a Journeyman Rye Whiskey barrel

Barrel Aged Midnight Doedish – 8.2% – Blend of Big Doedish DIPA and Midnight Train Black IPA aged in a barrel

Bourbon Barrel Aged Hard Cider – 6.5% – Bourbon barrel aged cider from Northville Winery

Non-Barrel Aged Beer:
$2/5oz and $5/16oz

Train Hopper IPA – 6.9% – Our flagship beer, incredibly balanced and incredibly hopped American IPA

Edward’s Portly Brown – 5.4% – Easy drinking chocolaty brown ale named after our beloved Springer Spaniel – 5% of all sales of Edward’s Portly Brown goes to the Humane Society of Huron Valley

Three Kord Kolsch – 5.0% – Light and crisp with a slight fruity finish, Three Kord Koslch showcases our German roots

That Guy Session IPA – 4.4% – Session IPA brewed with Galaxy and Simcoe hops. Huge hop flavor and aroma in a not so huge beer

There Gose The Neighborhood – 5.1% – Our take on an almost extinct style of German ale brewed with ginger, coriander, salt and fermented on Tart Cherries.

Bottles of Water and Cans of Pop will also be available for purchase

Please reuse your cup– help us cut down on waste
Recycle bins will be available – We recycle, we hope you will too!


Important Stuff:
* 21 and up, NO EXCEPTIONS – Must have ID to enter

* CASH ONLY – ATM’s located walking distance at Busch’s and Vibe Credit Union

* Rain or Shine – We will have tents, if rain happens the party still goes on

* We will have some tables and chairs, but probably not enough for everyone. Feel Free to bring small, outdoor chairs if you like.

* Mug Club – No mug club mugs or discounts will be available during the event. We are sorry about this and hope you understand that it is just too hard to track at this event.

* There will NOT be any bottle releases at this event – this year. Please bear with us while we continue to grow, we are doing everything in our power to increase our capacity so that we may (no promises!) be able to have bottle releases next year. As soon as we can, we will!

* Please be responsible! If you need a ride you can contact Detroit Designated Driver Service at 313-409-8020

* We will be raffling off goodies to raise money for Gleaners! Help us raise as much as we can for this incredible cause! Raffle tickets will be available at the merchandise table


To Go Beer Sales
* We WILL be able to fill growlers of REGULAR MENU BEERS ONLY. They can be ordered at the merchandise table. A list will be available at the table – NO BARREL AGED BEERS WILL BE AVAILABLE IN GROWLERS. Growlers are only available to go – no consuming the growlers during the event


Food:
The Palate of Milford will be cooking up delicious food all day.



Chocolate:
Mindo Chocolate Makers of Dexter will be bringing their incredible chocolates for sample and purchase to pair with the beers – Many of which are brewed with Mindo cocoa nibs!

Knowledge:
Michigan Beer Guide – Rex and Mary will be on site to talk beer and they will have Michigan Beer Guides to give away.


 


 
Upcoming Events

By request, here is a summary of our Upcoming Events. 
(Please see the tabs below for more details on each event.)

Saturday, August 23rd - FURY FOR A FEAST!
Monday, August 25th - TAPROOM CLOSED FOR STAFF OUTING
September 6th - HomeGrown Festival
September 6th - UP Fall Beer Festival
November 8th - Hideous Sweater Run

 
VISIT OUR WEB PAGE

Now open at NOON Friday, Saturday and Sunday!


Tap Room Hours:

Sunday 12-10pm
Monday 2-9pm
Tuesday 2-11pm
Wednesday 2-11pm
Thursday 2-11pm
Friday 12-12am
Saturday 12-12am

Beers soon to be on the board


NEW AND UPCOMING BEERS!

Did you see the list for Fury for a Feast?!
That is what is New and Upcoming!!

Teku Glass


Check out these SWEET glasses!

We have a VERY LIMITED quantity of these glasses.  Get them while they are here.  Truly a wonderful vessel to have a craft beer in!  Printed on one side with the Night Fury logo and the other with the Witch's Hat logo.

We have been getting phone calls and emails on these glasses. 

Yes, we still have some!

No, we cannot set some aside at Fury for a Feast for you - Sorry, it will be first come, first serve on these glasses.

August 23rd


Fury for a Feast

Please join us for our Second Annual Fury for a Feast event August 23rd!!
Food Drive!
LIVE MUSIC

CASH ONLY!!

Chocolate pairing table with our friends from MINDO CHOCOLATE MAKERS!!!

Live Music with:
Stone Clover
Royal Bones
The Muggs
Joshua Davis Trio 

Great times with great people!

DON'T MISS IT!

RAIN OR SHINE
 
 

September 6th
Homegrown Festival


Homegrown Festival

Join us on September 6th

 Click Here to visit their page

2014 HomeGrown Festival entry is FREE once again! Please consider donating or becoming a sponsor to make this a reality into the future. Food and drink (including alcoholic beverages for people 21 and older) will be available for purchase at the 2014 HomeGrown Festival.  Festival takes place rain or shine!
 
This year's Homegrown Homebrew Competition will be accepting entries for beer, mead, and cider (made with one or more local ingredients). As in past years, there is no fee to enter and winners will be announced at the 2014 Homegrown Festival on Saturday, September 6 in Ann Arbor. One thing has changed, however: we have some new categories!
 
Beverages will be judged in the following categories this year (more details online):
 1. Beer w/ local fruit                              2. Beer w/ local spice/herb/vegetable
 3. Beer w/ homegrown hops                  4. Beer w/ other local ingredient (e.g. malt, coffee, commercially-grown MI hops)
 5. Mead or wine             
 6. Cide

November 8th


Hideous Sweater Run

Save the Date!!
November 6th
More info to come!
 
Mug Club Member of the Month

Mug Club Member of the Month

Thank you to everyone that is a member of our mug club!  We will pick one member every month to be Mug Club Member of the Month.
 When you are Member of the Month your first beer for every visit during this month is only $1!! 

August's Member of the Month
Erica
#678

Cheers!!


 

Don't Drink and Drive!


You and your car get home safe with
Detroit Designated Drivers


HOW IT WORKS:

When you schedule a pickup with us we will dispatch two people to your location; whether it be a business or a private residence. One person will drive your vehicle with you in it and the other will follow you and your driver to your destination. At that point payment will be rendered. Our driver will make sure that our services were completed to your satisfaction and we will leave so that you can enjoy the rest of your evening.

(313) 409-8020

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Home Brew Club


South Lyon Area Brewers (SLAB)
Home Brew Club

Are you into home brewing? All Grain? Extract? Want to learn how to home brew? Join the club!

Meeting Dates:
Next Meeting:
Monday, August 18th @ The Hat

Third Monday of every month at 7PM

Want more info??
Contact SLAB by email: SouthLyonAreaBrewers@yahoo.com

HSHV


Cage Sponsorships

Edward's Brown Ale sales hard at work! We are currently sponsoring one dog cage and one cat cage.  Each sponsorship helps provide good food, medical care, a soft bed a special treat - all things every animal deserves.

We love animals as much as we love beer!! Cheers!

A little bit about HSHV: HSHV is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt public charity. They are award winning, recognized for their best practices and highest animal "save-rate" among all similar shelters in Michigan. They are independently run and rely on the generosity of people like you to continue their mission to support the loving, responsible care of every animal in our community. HSHV is not affiliated with or funded by Michigan Humane Society or any other humane organization. Learn more HSHV here.
Be here when he picks your mug!!!

Catch him with your mug and get a FREE MUG!!

The owner of the Glass Academy, Chris Nordin, will be choosing a different mug to drink out of every time he comes in.  We will post a picture of him with the mug he chooses right when he gets here. If you catch Chris with your mug at the brewery, he will BUY YOU A NEW MUG!!  
We are expanding!  
Thank YOU!

Expansion Details:

The Brew House is IN!!!  We are getting SO close!!

Check out our photo album with updates on Facebook

Click here for the press release by Great Lakes Libations

We simply cannot keep up on the system we have and the space we are in!  
We have gained CITY APPROVAL for our expansion!!

We are planning to move into a MUCH larger location and produce about 5 times the beer!!

Check out the latest MLIVE article and SOUTH LYON HERALD article

Watch our Facebook Page for pictures and updates on our expansion!

Q & A About Our Next Move (more will be added if needed)

When will the move happen?
Right now it is looking like the tap room will open in November - Stay tuned for an exact date!


Will Witch’s Hat be packaging? (bottle or can)
- The short answer to this question is no, not initially. To maintain our focus on quality and growing our brand, we will continue to only keg our product for consumption at draft accounts. This will be our plan for the next several years. We will continue to review our need for packaging and explore that endeavor when it appears to make sense for our brand and customers.

Where will Witch’s Hat beers be distributed?
- We will continue to focus our brand locally in the Metro Detroit area through Rave Associates distribution. Keeping our product as centrally located to our brewery as possible will help us to ensure that the beer is always of the highest quality and freshness. We have created a great relationship with Rave over the past 2 years. They have handled the problems associated with the current smallness of our brewery while helping us to grown our brand. We do not plan on opening up additional markets as long as our production does not outweigh our local demand.

Will the Witch’s Hat Brewing Company have a Kitchen in the new brewery?
- No. We will continue to focus solely on beer just as we have over the past 2 years. We will continue to work with local restaurants to provide menus and delivery for our customers as well as allowing food trucks to park and serve outside of the brewery. The growth and popularity of food trucks will allow us to provide interesting, fun and new options to our customers on a regular basis without diverting our attention from the beer.

Will this new, bigger place lose the small, cozy atmosphere of the current brewery?
- We are going to do everything in our power to have the incredible atmosphere created by our customers and staff carry over to the new taproom. Community is very important to us at Witch’s Hat and this will be a huge factor in our new taproom. Our goal is to keep the same vibe with more room and more comfort. We will incorporate the mugs from the Glass Academy (With room for many, many more), local art, our bottle cap tables, the steel tube bar footrest made and donated to us by Michigan Seamless Tube in South Lyon and even the oak barrels, kegs and grain that make appearances in the taproom area!

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