Beer tour highlights women of brewing in West Michigan

Meet West Michigan brewery leaders and try beers from women-led productions during a tour celebrating women in brewing on June 12.

The Women of West Michigan Beer bus trip includes stops to three breweries where women hold leadership roles.

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There are two registrations, one at 11 a.m. at Old Burdick's in Kalamazoo and another at 12:30 p.m. at Tantrick Brewing Co. in Allegan.

The tour's first stop is at Waypost Brewing Co. in Fenneville, then Guardian Brewing Co. in Saugatuck, and Three Blondes Brewing in South Haven.

Waypost, a brewery on an old fruit farm, is where co-owner and head brewer Hannah Lee makes beer, Guardian is owned by brewer Kim Collins, and sisters Amanda Johnson, Carrie Troyer, and Megan Zernicke lead Three Blondes.

A $69 ticket includes beer samples or a pint of beer at the three stops, production tours, and meet-and-greets with the women behind the breweries. Snacks and water will also be provided on the bus.

Buy a ticket here.


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