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Cheers to beers

We've got more beer choices than Baskin-Robbins has ice cream flavors.

Cheers to beers

Hope you're thirsty: The Kalamazoo Alamo Drafthouse is committed to showcasing locally produced beers and has 32 beers on tap for you to try.  Many come from west Michigan breweries and a few are classics from outside the area, such as Dogfish Head and Samuel Adams. If that's not enough, there will also be a backup selection of bottled and canned beers.

“I think our beverage offerings will catch a lot of our guests by surprise,” said General Manager George Yarbenet. “The wide selection of beers both regional and national will keep beer enthusiasts very happy.”

In addition to the beers listed on the menu, four rotating taps will be reserved to feature seasonal and special beers from national and Michigan craft breweries curated by the Alamo Drafthouse Kalamazoo.

Here are the local drafts on tap:
Arbor Buzzsaw IPA
Arcadia IPA
Arcadia Sky High Rye
Atwater Vanilla Java Porter
Bell’s Amber
Bell’s Two Hearted IPA
Brewery Vivant Farmhand
Dark Horse Reserve Special Black Ale
Founders All Day IPA
Founders Dirty Bastard Scotch Ale
Greenbush Anger Black IPA
Keweenaw Pick Axe Blonde
Latitude 42 Red Beard’s Imperial Red
New Holland The Poet Oatmeal Stout
Paw Paw St. James English Ale
Saugatuck Bonfire Brown
Short’s Pontius Road Pilsner
Short’s Soft Parade Rye Fruit Ale
Tapistry Beatnik Belgian Blonde

Other drafts include:
Ace Pear Cider
Avery White Rascal
Breckenridge Agave Wheat
Dogfish Head Indian Brown
Great Lakes Edmund Fitzgerald Porter
Left Hand Milk Stout (Nitro)
Oskar Blues Dale’s Pale Ale
Samuel Adams Boston Lager

Which ones are your favorites? What else should we look into serving?


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