Will summer be heating or winding down in Michigan as August arrives? One thing we do know is the TTB approved Michigan beer labels are heating up!
All of the beer labels featured here are available for the public to view on the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) website. You can spend your time figuring it out or you can check out our monthly highlights. Check out past posts here.
It should be noted that TTB approved labels are not guaranteed to be on shelves in the immediate future or even at all. Breweries need to have labels ready if they decide a beer is a go for packaging and distribution. There may be a multitude of reasons to release a product or not. The purpose of this post is to start a conversation about what is potentially on the horizon in the Michigan beer scene.
This month’s highlights include labels from Bell’s Brewery, Eastern Market Brewing Company, Guardian Brewing Company, New Holland Brewing Co, Odd Side Ales, Old Nation Brewing Company, Salt Springs Brewery, Short’s Brewing Company, and Transient Artisan Ales.
August’s featured label is Therese’s Green, Archival Brewing’s Oktoberfest. Love them or hate them, fall beers like Oktoberfest-related ones along with pumpkin beers are starting to hit store shelves as of this week.
Which label is your favorite?