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Brewmaster’s Oktoberfest Dinner

Please join us on Oktober 4th of “Festival Week” for our very special Brewmaster’s Oktoberfest Dinner as we treat our guests to an “Old World” marriage of culinary and brewing arts, from Chef Shaun’s Bavarian kitchen and Matt & Brian’s Brauhaus.

Dinner will be paired with culture, history and conversation.

Course 1: Spiral Radish with Küsterer Original Weissbier braised pork belly and German mustard.
Course 2: Bayerischer Wurstsalat- tomatoes, onions, pickles, sausage( german bologna )
Course 3: Rindsrouladen- Thin sliced beef wrapped around pickle spear, bacon, onion and mustard, with Bier gravy and roasted potato.
Course 4: Veal Munichschnitzel- with pan fried potatoes and roasted Romanesco
Course 5: Dark Chocolate Eire Cheesecake

Sign up NOW using the link below or at the Brewery Taproom. Seating limited to the first 25 people.

Standard price: $55 + tax. Gratuity included.
Stammtisch price: $50 + tax. Gratuity included.


Dinner Pricing



Mad Scramble Golf Outing

“Radfahrer” Bike Nites


Open Bike Night
Monday nights 6:30pm
May – September
So you have a bike – awesome! Now it’s time to ride! Join one of our two bicycling groups: Leisure or Training

Ready to push the pace? Try our training group ride with a 28-36 mile gravel ride for fat tire, mountain, gravel, or cx bikes. Speed Merchants will lead you on a 1.5-2 hour ride and increase to 2-2.5 hours as more daylight alows. The pace will be a min of 16 mph. Perfect for Ore to Shore and Lowell 50 enthusiasts. At the end we’ll meet up at the brewery.

For those who like a more leisurely pace, a family friendly group will embark on a shorter paved ride on the White Pine Trail.

Helmets required. Spare tube, bike pumps, and Strava app recommended.

All good rides end with a toast with friends at your your friendly, neighborhood brewery. Cyclists receive $2 off appetizers or refuel with Chef’s “Radfahrer Special” a power packed meal for radfaherers (cyclists).
E-mail events(at)csbrew.com for additional information.

CSBrew Partners with BayernTrips to Tour Bavaria

We’re thrilled to announce our long-awaited tour of Bavaria, in southern Germany, in May of 2018.

YOU can join us!  DETAILS

BayernTrips is simply the best tour operator we could partner with, as owners, Scott & Vonia Stephens, are Michigan natives who live and guide from their Munich home.  This trip will be guided in English by the BayernTrips team, as Scott is a Diplom Bier-Sommelier along with Cedar Springs Brewing Director of Happiness, Dave Ringler. We will visit many “famous” beer and tourist destinations, along with lesser-known breweries and friends who have inspired the menu and award-winning beers brewed at Cedar Springs. Upon meeting in Munich,  your entire trip, including meals, transportation, accommodations and starter beverages are all included.

This is truly the trip of a lifetime! Reservations are now being accepted as this trip is limited to a maximum of 30 participants.
Trip departs Munich on Saturday, May 12, 2018, and returns to Munich on Sunday, May 20, 2018 (with an optional add-on travel day).

UPDATE (1.Nov): As of now, 5 spots remain (2 double rooms, 1 single).

More information also in the following downloads:

CSBC 2018 Contract FAQ SpringFest 2018 Itinerary Version II

A slideshow of previous trips, with things you may see, is available HERE.

Cedar Springs Brewing Company Wins Three Titles at London World Beer Awards

The awards are the latest in a string of international competitions to recognize the brewery

CEDAR SPRINGS, MI – August 25, 2017 The World Beer Awards announced August 10 that Cedar Springs Brewing Company took three “Best in the U.S.” titles in the international competition.

The awards were for their Küsterer Original Weissbier, named “Best Bavarian Hefeweiss” in the U.S., Küsterer Salzburger Märzen, named “Best Seasonal German Pale” in the U.S. and Küsterer Weizenbock, named “Best Strong Wheat Beer” in the U.S.

The contest is the third international competition the two-year-old brewery has entered and placed in.
“It is our goal to create a world-class destination here in Cedar Springs, Michigan,” said the brewery’s Director of Happiness David Ringler, “and we are thrilled to once again have been recognized for the quality of our Bavarian and German style beers by an international judging organization.”

The World Beer Awards are a global competition selecting the “very best in all internationally recognized styles.” Judges from around the world tasted 1900 entries from 36 countries.

“Very few Americans have had the chance to truly experience some of these styles if they haven’t traveled to Europe,” Ringler said. “That’s why it’s our goal to create true-to-style Bavarian brews here in the U.S.”

The recent awards are heartening for Cedar Springs, as evidence of their success.

“We want to do justice to these styles,” Ringler said, “And we’ve been fortunate to beat some of the breweries that are viewed as the gold standards.”

“It’s amazing to be included in that conversation,” he said.

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