We’ve come a long way since we first released KBS in 2003. As our brewery grew, so did the demand for KBS. As a result, we’ve decided to move KBS from a seasonal release to a year-round release. And now we’re celebrating with an Untappd badge!
At long last, it’s really happening. KBS will be making its move from a seasonal release to a year-round release beginning March 2020!
We’re strong believers that beer is only as good as the cleanliness of the draft system it’s poured from. That’s why we’ve been cleaning our taproom draft systems on a biweekly schedule for as long as we can remember.
It’s not often we add a beer to the year-round lineup, so when we do, it’s definitely reason to celebrate. Without further ado, we’re happy to welcome Unraveled IPA to the family!
What makes KBS Espresso different from the original KBS?
Have you been thinking about visiting the taproom this year but don’t know when to make the trip? Here’s a list of upcoming events that you’ll find at our Grand Rapids taproom that might help you decide:
It’s happening! We’re so happy to share the Detroit taproom will officially reopen to the public on Thursday, February 6 at 11am. Get all the details from our press release below:
Looking to up your cocktail game? We’ve got just the thing to impress the most sophisticated cocktail drinker. The ‘Civilized Brutini’ is inspired by the one and only Vesper Martini – but you don’t need to be James Bond to enjoy this one. Big thanks to our resident bartender, Nic, for yet another home run of a beer cocktail:
No clue what to get Santa this year? We got you. ‘Founders Boozy Nog’ is the perfect treat to leave on the mantle – the cookies won’t even be missed. Big thanks to our resident bartender, Nic, for yet another home run of a beer cocktail:
This rich and decadent pound cake is perfect for enjoying on its own or with a snifter of CBS. Best part? It’s super-easy to recreate at home.
Our resident bartender, Nic, is at it again! This time he reached for our classic Porter to create his spin on a Dark n’ Stormy cocktail. This cocktail may look complicated, but rest-assured, even the least kitchen-savvy among us could recreate this with ease. Impress your friends and family this holiday season with this beauty:
It’s 2020 availability calendar announce time! Check out the full calendar below:
Our resident bartender, Nic, whipped up something very special for you, just in time for the holidays. Our raspberry ale, Rubaeus, gets gussied up with gin, lemon and maraschino liqueur for an elevated take on our sweet and fruity beer. Plus, it’s super-easy to recreate!
Remember our All Day Getaway Contest? We asked our fans to submit their best All Day IPA photos for a chance to win a trip to Spain – yes, SPAIN! Our winner, Josh W. and his girlfriend, Valerie, just returned from their trip and we’re happy to share their recap with you (get ready to experience some travel envy):
We went all the way back to 2012 for the newest release in our Limited Series. Fun fact, this was the very first brown ale we ever put into a bottle! (Re)Introducing…
It’s time for CBS’ legendary last call! Yup, this is the last year we plan on making our maple-syrup bourbon barrel-aged chocolate coffee stout (say that 10x fast), so enjoy it while you can (and earn an Untappd badge while you’re at it).
We are thrilled – THRILLED, WE SAY – to share our first-ever KBS variant. Introducing…
We know many of you have been asking for an update on the Detroit taproom and your patience has been much appreciated as we worked out the best next steps. See below to learn more about our plans.
-Mike and Dave
It’s time we share with you the next Mothership Series release! Here’s a hint: this beer has never been bottled and was previously only available on draft as a taproom exclusive. Without further ado, the 10th release in the taproom Mothership Series is:
Sad about Curmudgeon’s retirement? Well, you’re in luck, because we’re sharing the recipe with you on Learn to Homebrew Day!
This old ale is brewed with molasses and an insane focus on the malt bill, then oak-aged. The result is a rich, malty delight that’s deceptively smooth and drinkable. Check out our Brewmaster, Jeremy’s, Curmudgeon recipe below!