A brewing renaissance takes shape

Detroit beer city by David Bardallis If Detroit's long and illustrious brewing history could be compared to a play, the first act ended in 1985 with the closing of the 135-year-old Stroh's plant on Gratiot Avenue. Following an intermission of seven years, the second act began rather modestly in 1992 when the first brewpub license under Michigan's new law allowing them became...

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