Michigan Bier Celebration 2014

Frankenmuth is gearing up for The Michigan Bier Celebration on July 19


Frankenmuth is gearing up for The Michigan Bier Celebration on July 19. The “Made-In-Michigan” focus of the festival will bring 17 Michigan breweries and many Michigan-based vendors and entertainers together for an afternoon of celebrating our great state.

Be prepared for a bunch of worn-out athletes looking for refreshment, as the event is also the official after-party for the FrankenMüdder obstacle course run. All FrankenMüdder participants receive admission to the celebration with their entry fee.

The day’s events also benefit local non-profits. Michigan’s Military and Space Heroes Museum (FrankenMüdder) and Charity Celebration (Michigan Bier Celebration) will receive proceeds from the entry and admission fees.

The Michigan breweries participating in the event are:

Frankenmuth Brewery
Short’s Brewing Company
Tri-City Brewing Company
Rochester Mills Beer Co.

Millking It Productions
Atwater Brewery
Blake’s Hard Cider
Uncle John’s Hard Cider
Saugatuck Brewing Company
Latitude 42 Brewing Company
New Holland Brewing
Cranker’s Brewery
Right Brain Brewery
Oddside Ales
Brewery Vivant
J.K.’s Scrumpy Hard Cider
Vander Mill Ciders

Tickets to the Michigan Bier Celebration can be purchased online here, or if you’re feeling adventurous enough, FrankenMüdder entries can be submitted here.


Michigan Bier Celebration

July 19th, 1 – 7 PM
Harvey Kern Community Pavilion, 625 Weiss St. Frankenmuth, MI
Cost: $12 for general admission, $30 for VIP, $10 for Designated Drivers
Müdder participants get in for free (entry fee built into registration fee)
Must be 21 or older to drink


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