A Homebrewer, A Beer, A Plan

Well folks, if you’ve ever wondered how to go about starting a microbrewery, stay tuned! 2011 just may be the year that my husband and his friend’s dream comes true.

In Case You Missed It {Weekly Roundup 1/22-1/28}

So, did you notice the new look? I was tired of fussing with the old design so I started over. I’m slowly but surely getting the feel for what I want to do with this blog, thank you for your patience! The hops article went viral this week, which was pretty exciting.

Made in Michigan: Keeki


Here’s another cool business I discovered at the Making It In Michigan Conference! This one features ‘Good-for-you’ Organic & Gluten Free Products for Kids.

Pierce Cedar Creek Institute Offers Gardening Workshops!


Remember how a few weeks ago I said it wasn’t too early to start planning your Michigan garden? I just discovered that Pierce Cedar Creek Institute is offering a gardening workshop series!

Yet Another Daily Coupon: Tryitlocal


With daily coupons like Groupon and Living Social (see affiliate links on sidebar), one wonders if we *really* need another one. But I’m really intrigued by the Holland Area Chamber of Commerce’s participation in tryitlocal.

West Michigan Trails & Greenway Coalition Offers FREE Resources

Although I’ve ridden and walked many of the trails in West Michigan, I had no idea how many there were - or that the West Michigan Trails & Greenway Coalition offers so many great resources to help you make the most of them.

Eat Local, West Michigan! Weekly Roundup 1/15-1/21

Just in case you may have missed something, here are the stories that were published over the past week:

Made In Michigan: Eden Organic


Sometimes, I hear about a company, love its products, and then love it even more when I find out it’s made in Michigan. Such was the case with Eden Organics.

Nourishing Ways of West Michigan: Lots of fun and free workshops!


On Tuesday I had the opportunity to attend a Nourishing Ways of West Michigan meeting, and was really looking forward to learning how to whack up a chicken.

Palazzolo Artisan Gelatos and Sorbettos to be featured on Food Network!


I’m ashamed to admit that I have never tried Palazzolo Artisan Gelatos and Sorbettos, despite the fact that my friend over at The Big Binder raves about them all the time. Now that it’s going to be famouos, I really should go check it out!

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