Monday, March 21, 2016

Huzzah, it's Oberon Day

Posted By on Mon, Mar 21, 2016 at 11:48 AM

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Yesterday marked the vernal equinox, which means spring has officially sprung in the Northern Hemisphere. 

Detroiters, of course, mark the start of the season a little differently. And, of course, it involves beer.



Today is Oberon Day, the first day of the year that you can pick up a six pack of the wheat ale, and that means warmer weather is on the way.

You can pick up the brew at 8 Degrees Plato in Ferndale and Detroit, Costco's Madison Heights location, Target's Southfield location, several Kroger and Meijer locations, and Hollywood Market locations.

If you'd rather have a draft with a juicy orange slice on the glass head to One Eyed Betty's, M Brew, Local Kitchen, The Bird and the Bread, Slows BBQ, or Camp Ticonderoga.

For a full distribution list click here

Cheers! 


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