Posted December 17, 2014 By Schmohz Brewer
Yes it is true, we made it. Our first 10 years are behind us. Reflecting back on the past we have met so many wonderful new friends over a beer, and feel so enriched by it. We would like to thank all of our Mug members, new and old, for your loyalty and support. And for those of you that from time to time have pitched in with your many skills to keep Schmohz brewing, a hearty cheers! We are planning a number of things to celebrate over the next few days and hope that you will be able to join us in the celebrations.
Barley Wine release
- Wednesday December 17th
(9 oz Pours Only)
- 10th Anniversary glassware will be for sale as well.
- Single Bottles to go & 4 Packs (Wax Sealed)
- No Cornies
- December 24th –
Noon – 6pm Chas Bartends
- December 25th –
Closed Merry Christmas
- December 31st –
Noon – 6pm Chas Bartends
- January 1st –
Closed Happy New Year (start writing 2015
Posted October 31, 2014 By Schmohz Brewer
Don’t worry about the weather, this one is inside Wings Stadium in K-Zoo from 1 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 1. Join Chas and even wear shorts! According to Mlive “It’s always 72 degrees and sunny inside,” said Rob Underwood, entertainment director at Wings Stadium.
Our distributor, Paw Paw Wine, saved a keg of the Kiss My Scottish Arse for a special 3pm tapping.
See you in Kalamazoo!
Posted August 21, 2014 By Schmohz Brewer
This year Schmohz stashed away some Kiss My Scottish Arse to barrel age. We sampled it the other day and it is awesome.
Join all the Schmohicans in raising a pint to kick off the Two weeks of Tree Beer – Beer City 28-August-2014 5PM
Brewers Grove Project Check out the map of other Breweries offerings here
Tree-themed beers will be available from Friday, August 29 through Friday, September 12 (or until they run out!)
The Brewers Grove project started in 2013 when local brewers asked Friends of GR Parks (FGRP) how they could celebrate being named Beer City USA by give back to our parks and public spaces. And the idea was seeded to create tree-themed beers that would be offered for a limited time with proceeds going directly to FGRP’s Urban Forest Project and tree plantings. In 2013, a Brewers Grove of 30 trees was planted at Riverside Park with volunteers from local breweries.
To celebrate this great collaboration, we’ll be hosting a BREWER’S GROVE PARK PARTY on Friday, September 12 at Riverside Park. Meet the minds behind the Tree Beers and enjoy “Strange Brew” on the big screen! Be sure to stop on the way to pick up your favorite Tree Beer in a Growler to enjoy at the event.