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Ashley's Michigan Cask Ale Festival; Katoi Pops Up with Ramen and Banana Splits

A Metro Detroit food event roundup.

Detroit City Distillery.
Detroit City Distillery.
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Brenna Houck is a Cities Manager for the Eater network. She previously edited Eater Detroit and reported for Eater. You can follow her on the internet at @brennahouck.
WESTLAND — Early bird and VIP passes are on sale now for Ashley's Michigan Cask Ale Festival. Some of the breweries featured in this year's festival include Bell's, Founders, Short's, Vivant, and Green Flash, as well as out of staters Lagunitas and Rogue.

EASTERN MARKET/DOWNTOWN — Detroit City Distillery and POP are hosting noodle-centric Katoi pop-ups in April. The menu is a la carte and features roasted beets, chickpeas with eggplant, numbing lamb face noodles, mushroom ramen, and a banana split bar.

HAMTRAMCK — Michael Barrera, head chef at Townhouse Birmingham, and Brennan Calnin, a recent chef recruit for Townhouse Detroit, are popping up at Revolver on April 2. Tickets are $75, which includes six courses.

DOWNTOWN — Temporarily shuttered pop-up restaurant Yemans St. is co-hosting an event with chefs Mark Camaj and Brian Psenski at Downtown Louie's on April 12. The five-course menu includes fried artichokes, baked gnudi with lamb bolognese, and more. Tickets are $55.