Ehren Wynder

Ehren Wynder

Ehren Wynder is a Grand Rapids Business Journal staff reporter who covers real estate, construction and architecture, retail, beverages, transportation, energy, technology and city government. Email Ehren at ewynder at grbj dot com. Follow him on Twitter @ehren_wynder

ARTICLES

Spirits maker wins statewide Distillery of the Year title

December 12, 2018
A local distillery has received some love on the state's east side. Read More

HopCat is dropping the Crack Fries name

December 11, 2018
A locally based chain of beer bars is changing the name of its acclaimed fries after determining the name isn’t “compatible” with its “vision of creating an inclusive company.” Read More

Coffee company expands distribution

December 11, 2018
A local coffee company has added dozens of retail locations in the state to its distribution footprint. Read More

Quilting shop opening doors

December 11, 2018
A shopping center in town is welcoming a new quilting shop. Read More

Founders releases availability calendar

December 11, 2018
Founders Brewing Co. has released its 2019 availability calendar, confirming changes and additions to the brewery’s lineup, including the return of a couple of fan favorites. Read More

Spirits maker and coffee company partner on liqueur

December 10, 2018
A local distillery and coffee roaster have teamed up to produce an Italian liqueur. Read More

Brewery goes back to nature

Third Nature’s rustic 7 1/2-acre setting makes use of many natural amenities.

December 7, 2018
When Troy and Chad Zitzelsberger, along with their brother-in-law Bryce Roebke, got the green light back in April to build a brewery outside of Rockford, they weren’t entirely sure what it would look like. Read More

Consumers spotlights renewable energy

Company plans to break ground on Grand Rapids ‘headquarters’ early 2019.

December 7, 2018
Consumers Energy President and CEO Patti Poppe made an appearance at the Grand Rapids Econ Club last week to showcase the company’s recent work in the renewable energy sector and also to show off the capabilities of renewable energy through Circuit West. Read More

City parking survey raises some questions

Business owners, permit holders decry GR’s lack of communication.

December 7, 2018
The city of Grand Rapids released a survey to gather public feedback on proposed parking rate changes — and several individuals already have voiced disapproval. Read More

Brewery releasing hard seltzer

December 7, 2018
A brewery in the area is rolling out its first hard seltzer. Read More