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Michigan Craft Beverage Council

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Michigan Craft Beverage Council

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The Michigan Craft Beverage Council (MCBC) is a 10-member, governor-appointed board that is advisory to the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development. The Council facilitates research, promotion, and agricultural business development efforts, supporting connections that are vital to a unique supply chain. The spirit of collaboration drives Council activities, with the goal of unifying and uplifting Michigan’s craft beverage industry now and for the future.

For more information about the Michigan Craft Beverage Council, visit MichiganCraftBeverage.com.

MI Craft Beverage Industry Story Map - Learn more about Michigan's craft beverage industry and the agricultural supply chain that makes it so great!

MI Craft Beverage Industry Story Map (Accessible version)

Qualified Distiller Program

Are you a Michigan distiller with questions about becoming a qualified distiller per HB 4842, the legislation Governor Whitmer signed to help Michigan distilleries? Please enter your email here to be added to the qualified distiller listserv and you’ll receive notifications as the process is announced.

Contact

Jenelle Jagmin, Director, Michigan Craft Beverage Council
Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development
517-930-0696
JagminJ@Michigan.gov

Michigan Craft Beverage Council Research Grants

The Michigan Craft Beverage Council is a 10-member, governor-appointed board that is advisory to the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development. The Council represents a unified craft beverage industry and coordinates research, promotion, and agricultural business development efforts.

Michigan Craft Beverage Council Research Grants