Marquette Craft Beer Week Color LogoCelebrating craft beer throughout the Marquette area, Marquette Craft Beer Week will take place September 4-9, 2018. Visit www.MQTCraftBeerWeek.com for the full list of participating breweries and events.

Queen City Running Company Happy Hour Run

Tuesday, September 4   |   6 p.m.

Get your metabolism bumpin’ to kick off Marquette Craft Beer Week! Organized by our neighbors at Queen City Running Co., a 2 mile and 5 mile route will be set, starting at the shop (119 W. Baraga Ave.) and ending at the Ore Dock Brewing Co. This is a casual run; no timing, no pressure. The first round of post-run beer will be sponsored by Queen City Running Co. No RSVP required! Just show up at 6 p.m.

Vinyl Record Sale

Wednesday, September 5 – Sunday, September 9  |   12 p.m. – close

Here we go again! Geoff and Jon are back with more than 1,000 records, cassettes, movies, shirts, posters and more.

Free Brewery Tours

Wednesday, September 5   |   6 p.m. start (approximate)

Not just any brewery tour, we also reveal the secrets (well not all of them) to one of our fine ales. After an hour among the brews, you can walk away with a little beer knowledge and some happy taste buds! Register in advance (and quickly – each tour will be capped at 30 people!) Register: https://ore-dock.com/events/marquette-craft-beer-week/marquette-craft-beer-week-brewery-tours/

Jon Wayne & The Pain | LUMI Concert

Wednesday, September 5 | Doors at 8 p.m.

Reggae dub-tronic feel good from Minneapolis, Minnesota. JWP returns to the Upper Peninsula for one stop at the Ore Dock Brewing Company right in the middle of Marquette Craft Beer Week. Appearing with Marquette funk all-stars, Lumi. 18+. $8 Students/ $10 General Admission

Hops Against Hunger Pack the Pub Night

Thursday, September 6   |   4 p.m. – 11 p.m.

Hops Against Hunger is crossing the bridge for a Pack the Pub Night at Ore Dock Brewing Company. Ore Dock will be donating $1 of every pint sold of our flagship IPA, Reclamation, to Feeding America West Michigan. Raise a pint with us during Marquette Craft Beer Week and support hunger relief in our community! Feeding America West Michigan exists to ensure safe food is available to the hungry in our community. In 2016, FAWM distributed a record 29.1 million pounds of food, the equivalent of 24 million meals. This food comes from hundreds of farmers, manufacturers, distributors, and retailers that have edible food they can’t sell because of overruns, order errors, misprints, and other unexpected occurrences. That reclaimed food is distributed to pantries, shelters, after-school programs, and other anti-hunger agencies in 40 Michigan counties, including Marquette County and the rest of the Upper Peninsula.

The Ben Daniels Band

Thursday, September 6   |   8 p.m.    &    Friday, September 7  |  9 p.m.

When Ben Daniels decided he was going to be a musician, it was more than a career choice. A natural poet, this young songwriter went to school on Bob Dylan, Robert Johnson, and Jack White, among others. His lyrics speak directly to a younger generation that hears, sees, and thinks about the very things he’s writing. From their opening song to the finale of their set, the Ben Daniels Band cuts through with their originality, musicianship, and a sound that spans Americana, Blues, Jazz, and Rock. Throughout years of touring, BDB has played numerous venues in Michigan, New York City, Washington D.C., and Nashville . As a solo artist, Ben has stepped on the stage in Austin, TX at the Cactus Cafe, as well as The Barns at Wolf Trap. The son of actor Jeff Daniels, he has quietly monitored what it takes to live life as an artist. Beyond a passed down talent, the Ben Daniels Band believes in hard work, perseverance, and creatively challenging themselves and their audience. With George Merkel on guitar, Tommy Reifel on bass, Wesley Fritzemeier on drums/mandolin, and Amanda Merte on percussion/vocals, BDB’s live show never fails to take over the venue. With five CDs under their belts – Coming From The C, Checkin’ In To The Michigan Inn, Can’t You See, The Mountain Home EP, and their dual album & movie release Old Gold – the Ben Daniels Band is has grown to be a formidable group that sounds pleasantly familiar, yet unforgettably unique. Free Admission | 21+

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