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Sloshed 2011

Tashmoo Biergarten, the latest local products, Detroit cocktails past and present, and listings of some of the best places to hoist a pint glass

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Welcome to another Slöshed issue of Metro Times, bringing you the last word in beer, bars and much more. This time, we have the lowdown on Detroit's first pop-up beer garden, the latest local products, Detroit cocktails past and present, and listings of some of the best places to hoist a pint glass in town — as well as a long, loving look at a band that has played for decades in more bars than you can shake a mug at. Enjoy!

 

Tashmoo Biergarten

Building community in Detroit's West Village — by the glass

 

All the News that brews

From Atwater, B. Nektar Meadery, North Peak and New Holland

 

The Hummer cocktail: Born in Detroit

How bartender Jerome Adams’ mix of the moment became a worldwide phenomenon

 

Made in Detroit

More Motown cocktails, old and new

 

Dream bar crawl

Some better bars, for beer, lore and more

 

Howling Diablos: Detroit stars of a million bars

Let's hear it for those good, old, 'dirty, filthy, trash-dumpster blues'

 

WDET Interview with Michael Jackman

MT's own Michael Jackman talks to Craig Fahle about the Sloshed 2011 special issue.

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