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Black Calder Brewing Co. to Release Black IPA at Broad Leaf Local Beer on November 27th   GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Black Calder Brewing Company, Michigan’s first black-owned brewery, will celebrate their launch with the release of Black IPA on “The Blackest Friday,” scheduled for November 27. Black Calder is owned ...

MICHIGAN’S FIRST BLACK-OWNED BREWERY WILL LAUNCH ON “THE BLACKEST FRIDAY”

Black Calder Brewing Co. to Release Black IPA at Broad Leaf Local Beer on November 27th

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. Black Calder Brewing Company, Michigan’s first black-owned brewery, will celebrate their launch with the release of Black IPA on “The Blackest Friday,” scheduled for November 27. Black Calder is owned by Terry Rostic and Jamaal Ewing. Self-described “Craft Beer Heads,” Rostic and Ewing will offer the Black IPA exclusively for sale at Broad Leaf Local Beer in Kentwood, the first in a series of Black Calder beers. Black Calder plans to collaborate with other Michigan breweries in the next several months.

Michigan-born Rostic and Ewing have spent over a decade supporting local breweries, while developing their craft brewing skills. “Black Calder Brewing Company was established to make great beer and provide a platform for innovation, art, culture, and inclusion in the craft beer industry,” said Rostic. “We appreciate the significance of being recognized as Michigan’s first black-

Source: Mitten Brew

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