This is Dave, the Director of Happiness here at your friendly, neighborhood brewery…
I wanted to update you regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. We are ALL going to get through this together! Our priorites are as follows:
1. Safety of our employees and guests
2. Be a community resource and safe haven
We completely understand that some of our friends and neighbors may be unsure or fall within a “high risk” group, so in closely monitoring the situation with our local health officials and the CDC, we are taking the following steps immediately to ensure the safety of our staff and guests:
I. We are removing half our tables this morning. This is to maintain “best practices” of a 3-5′ halo between non-related groups. We will also be temporarily utilizing paper food and beer menus to avoid multiple hands between cleanings. Condiment containers are also cleaned between uses.
II. While our staff regularly maintains safe practices, we are implementing a mandatory hand wash for all staff every 20 minutes in addition to their regular routine. We encourage guests to do the same.
III. We’ll have hand sanitizer readily available throughout our tasting room. Please use it in between hand washing. Please leave them in place so that others may use them.
III. We are expanding “take out” service with dedicated staff member to take orders and a dedicated parking spot behind our back door. Please call (616) 696-BEER to place orders.
IV. We are implementing a temporary delivery service in our local community. This may take us a few days to develop (and we ask your patience), but we want to offer this service for guests who may otherwise be unable to come in, particularly among high risk groups.
V: If YOU have any symptoms, or you’re around someone with symptoms, we ask you NOT to come to our establishment. We love you all and we want your business, but we also want to keep everyone safe and we ask you to avoid patronizing us (or the public) for at least two weeks. As our delivery service is developed, we’re happy to bring a little happiness to you if you’re within our local area and we thank you for your discretion…we’re all in this together.
VI: With kids out of school through early April, we’ll be expanding our children’s menu (including take out) over the next few days to offer more options during their time off school.
VII: We have two staff members on voluntary quarantine due to airplane travel. No one has any symptoms, nor have they been knowingly exposed to anyone with symptoms, but we’re taking every precaution to ensure the safety of YOU and our staff.
VIII: Our planned events Starkbierfest! and our Easter Brunch will be cancelled to avoid the larger crowds in close quarters and the potential for food cross-contamination. We are terribly disappointed to do this, but safety is our number one concern.
VIIII: We’re verifying safe practices will all our suppliers who are vetting their employees and ensuring safe, non-contaminated packaging.
None of this is taken in haste, but upon advice from our health officials and in the interest of ensuring everyone’s safety and trust.
We THANK YOU in advance to all of you for working together to get us through this and your understanding. We will continue to update as the situation develops.
Join us for our 5th Annual Starkbierfest on Saturday, March 28! Raise a toast in our heated tent with live music, limited beer release, and #SAUSAGEPARTY. Rain or shine, this strong beer adventure is sure to be your spring break highlight.Aged 21+ w/valid ID. $10 cover includes 2 hospitality tickets, valid for food or beverage. Stammtisch VIP early entry available.WILL YOU BE THERE? Let's make this the biggest Starkbierfest yet! https://www.facebook.com/events/501864277106079/#Starkbierfest #csbc #BeerTent #SAUSAGEPARTY
Posted by Cedar Springs Brewing Company on Monday, February 24, 2020
Buffalo Trace BBA Küsterer Maibock*
Buffalo Trace BBA Küsterer Weizenbock*
8 other drafts in the tent!
* limited quantities of aged & casked beers. This is the ONLY time these beers will be available to the general public!
Dave Slavinski – Energetic German polka
Kari Lynch Band – Country music Americana
#SausageParty – We have some special wieners for you!
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 in Bavaria, Austria and the Czech Republic, 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 breakfast and second meal/day, transportation, accommodations and starter beverages are all included….along with your membership into Fundbüro, our special alumni Stammtisch.
This is truly the trip of a lifetime!
More information, itinerary (scrolls to the right) is available HERE. This trip is SOLD OUT AGAIN!
RE-OPEN for 2021 as we are limited to a maximum of 34 participants. To join the waiting list, please email us at opportunity(at)csbrew(dot)com.
Trip departs Munich on Saturday, April 24, 2021, and returns to Munich on Sunday, May 2, 2021 (with an optional add-on trip to Köln and Düsseldorf). We highly recommend coming in at least one day early, but we can assist you with travel dates.
Please join us on April 11th, following STARKBIERFEST! for our very special Brewmaster’s Starkbierfest 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.
We will also have a special guest, Herr Norbert Dill, former Executive Chef at the Schnitzelbank Restaurant in attendance.
Dinner will be paired with Bier, culture, history and conversation.
Course 1: Allondigas – Savory German meatballs with Landesbrot and sweet pepper sauce.
Course 2: Bread dumpling salad – Thin slice Knödel tossed in a tangy vinaigrette and topped with radish, white onion, and watercress shoots.
Course 3: Pfannfisch – Pan Seared Trout with fried potatoes and leeks. Finished with a mustard cream sauce.
Course 4: Sauerbaraten – House brined and slow roasted beef chuck roast with pretzel Knödel, roasted purple Brussels sprouts and a sweet and sour gravy.
Course 5: Bienenstich Kuchen – “bee sting cake” Yeast leavened cake filled with sweet pastry cream and topped with sweet almond crust.
Sign up NOW using the link below or at the Brewery Taproom. Seating limited to the first 26 people.
Standard price: $60 + tax. Gratuity included.
Stammtisch price: $55 + tax. Gratuity included.
Saturday, April 6th, from 3-9 p.m.
Cedar Springs Brewing Company is proud to host the fourth annual STARKBIERFEST! as we release our Küsterer Pale Bock and several other limited release beer!
Get your lederhosen on and raise a toast in our heated tent with live music, limited beer release, and #SAUSAGEPARTY. Rain or shine, this strong beer adventure is sure to be your spring break highlight.
Besides the famous Oktoberfest, Starkbierfest (“Strong Beer Festival”) is the second big German beer festival time during the year. Historically, monks brewed strong beer or Bockbier which was higher in calories and a bit stronger to substitute for food during Lenten fasting. This “Liquid Bread” and annual brewing specialties have survived the times and re-emerged at your friendly, neighborhood Brewing Company. So join us at this year’s “little Oktoberfest” on Saturday, April 6th in our parking lot for amazing beverages, food and music.
Küsterer Pale Bock: Traditional Bavarian Pale Lager Bock LINK
Buffalo Trace Bourbon Barrel Aged Märzen: Buffalo Trace Bourbon Barrel Aged Küsterer amber lager.*
Cask Releases: We have a collection of cask releases for your sipping pleasure:
Küsterer Bohemian Pilsner dry hopped with Czech Saaz*
Küsterer Original Weissbier*
Dave Slavinski: German/Folk – 2:00
Aaron Dussing Duo: German/Folk – 4:30
Jimmy Stagger: Blues legend – 7:00
We have some special wieners for you! Try our delicious Michigan brats made exclusively for STARKBIERFEST!
Dearborn Kielbasa with sauerkraut on a bratwurst bun
Fontanini Italian Sausage with sauteed peppers, onion, and marinara sauce on brat bun.
Currywurst Little town bratwurst, curry ketchup, peppers and onion on brat bun.
Brewmaster Dinner April 11th – seating very limited. Details HERE.
Free Entry. Aged 21+ w/valid ID
* limited quantities of aged & casked beers.
We are CLOSED for lunch service on Tuesday, February 19th.
We will reopen to the public at 3 p.m. for dinner service and TRIVIA.
Thanks for your understanding.
Over the summer, favorite Cedar Springs Brewing Company beers were baked into Cedar Rock Bread Company’s fresh homemade breads and sold at the brewery’s farmers market. Now, those same tasty loaves will be available for purchase year round in the CSBrewery Shoppe.
“Part of our mission is community involvement, so we were happy to work with Kris and her team at Cedar Rock Bread Company through our CSBrew Farmers Market this summer. Together, we created authentic, classic breads using our traditional beers, which are made using only four ingredients,” said David Ringler, Cedar Springs Brewing Company’s Director of Happiness.
A rotating variety of freshly baked beer breads will be delivered twice weekly to the shop, located at 81 N. Main St NE in Cedar Springs, Michigan. Customers can purchase styles like Golden Ale Baguette, Golden Grain Artisan Loaf, Irish Stout Rye Sourdough and IPA Cherry Wheat Bread throughout the week.
The beer bread will also be incorporated into Cedar Spring Brewing Company’s food menu, which can be tasted in the brewery’s taproom.
“We will feature these breads regularly in sandwiches, appetizers and specials served in our taproom and Biergarten,” Ringler said.
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.