Celebrate The 20th Anniversary Of New Holland Brewery At The Hatter Days Street Festival
My personal favorite West Michigan brewery is celebrating their 20th anniversary on June 10th! New Holland Brewing is 20 years old and that makes this year's' Hatter Days all the more special!
Hatter Days is a street festival that takes place at New Holland's Pub on 8th in Holland. The festival is outdoors from 4:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. and then at 11:00 p.m. the party heads indoors to the pub and lasts until 1:00 a.m.
Here is the schedule of events for the evening:
4:00 p.m. – The Ragbirds
5:30 p.m. – Mucca Pazza
7:30 p.m. – Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers
9:15 p.m. – The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
11:00 p.m. – Street Party ends and after party begins at the Pub with music from Rusty's Big Ass Band & Silent Disco
New Holland has announced that they are bringing back six "throwback beers" that they no longer brew but are part of their 20 year heritage.
First brewed in 1997, this brown ale was originally named “Dutch Kourage." It is a dark, aggressively hopped brown ale with robust malt flavor and hints of chocolate.
This wheat ale was first brewed 1998 with orange, spices and American-grown wheat. Its subtle hints of citrus fruit made Zoomer a summer-time favorite.
Hailing from the year 1999, Y2K is a barleywine-style ale with deep mahogany hues. It is rich in body and contains notes of caramel and raisin.
Green Hornet also comes from 1999. It is an American-style pale ale that is golden in color. The beer is bright and crisp with just enough hop character, complemented by a sweet malt finish.
Jubilee was first brewed in 1999 and harmoniously blends fruit and fermentation character into a delicious, balanced sip.
First brewed 2006, this doppelbock beer is chestnut in color with a nutty malt profile from its Munich malt. It has a muted hop presence and caramelized body to culminate a dry finish.
You can get more info about Hatter Days and New Holland Brewing on their website!