Presidential Brewing Company, located at 8302 Portage Road in Portage is one of the many great brewing companies in the Kalamazoo area and to get into the first weekend of November, they’re going to be doing something a little bit different, by celebrating breakfast all day long. It’s pretty much just like when you were growing up on Saturday mornings and you would sit in front of the television and watch cartoons and eat breakfast.

That’s exactly what they plan on doing by showing an entire lineup of cartoons on their televisions and projection screens all day. As the owner explained, he encourages people to wear their pajamas and show up earlier than usual:
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We will have a special breakfast-only menu from 7 am - 4 pm tomorrow. After 4 pm, we will be adding our full dinner menu and will continue to offer the breakfast menu until we run out! We are also releasing Executive Order No. 08- a jelly-filled donut stout made with REAL DONUTS in the mash! This is a very limited release, and we will likely run out tomorrow. Get here early to get yours! We are also offering BEERMOSAS tomorrow. If you haven't tried Rutherford B. Haze with orange juice yet, you are missing out! Get here tomorrow and try for yourself.
Presidential Brewing Company has been around for a while now, which is why the owner Jake Los also said that he decided he’s going to be writing a book, documenting the journey of Presidential Brewing Company from an infant idea in his head to the real-life place that came to fruition. We definitely wish him luck, as we know how much of a test writing can be while doing another job.

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