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Stroh’s Returning to Detroit, Barbecue Terms, and More Intel

News bites from around town

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Bobcat Bonnie's.
Michelle and Chris Gerard

BEER HERE — Corktown’s collaboration brewery Brew Detroit has reportedly received label approval from the U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau for a Stroh’s Bohemian-Style Pilsner, suggesting that the onetime Detroit beer brand could be returning to its roots in the city. Brew Detroit is staying tight lipped on a possible brewing contract with Stroh’s parent company Pabst Brewing Co. [Crain’s]

WINE — Mabel Gray’s James Rigato talks wine in a new interview. When asked whether he preferred bubbles or burgundy the chef firmly came down on the side of bubbles: "Bubbles all fucking day, on any occasion, with any food – spicy food, fast food, junk food, no food." [Chefsfeed]

CH-CH-CHANGES — Corktown gastropub Bobcat Bonnie’s is streamlining its lunch menu to reduce wait times and improve customer experiences. The restaurant is also in the process of building a patio so diners will soon be able to enjoy even more outdoor seating. [EaterWire]

POP-UPS — Chef Marcus Ware will take over Yemans Street in Hamtramck on June 24 for a four-course dinner. The menu features grilled peaches with pickled fennel and goat cheese, chilled jicama soup, buffalo lamb ribs, and cheesecake with berry compote and vanilla Oreo crumbles. [EaterWire]

ZOMG BBQ — In honor of Barbecue Week, here are some basic terms you should know. [Eater]

Bobcat Bonnie's

200 West Michigan Avenue, , MI 48197 (734) 879-0663 Visit Website

Yemans Street

2995 Yemans St., Hamtramck, MI Visit Website

Brew Detroit

1401 Abbott Street, , MI 48216 (313) 974-7366 ext. 6 Visit Website

Mabel Gray

23825 John R Road, , MI 48030 (248) 398-4300 Visit Website

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