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Musically Infused Brews

About Liquid Note Brewing

Music and beer are the best social lubricants known to man! The Arpeggio has music so we just needed beer.  The name Liquid Note Brewing ties itself to music.  It started when Mark McPherson and Chris LaPonsie chatted on the phone one Sunday afternoon and Mark suggested that capturing the styles of artists’ music would be an interesting spin on beer.  “What does Johnny Cash’s music taste like in a pint glass?” was the question that Mark posed to Chris.  Instantly, more ideas started to form and it was evident that the beers would be very easy to design using this philosophy.  It is up to you to figure out the artist that goes along with each beer!  We hope you enjoy our Musically Infused™!

About The Arpeggio

Back in 2003, Mark McPherson had the desire to have a music venue in downtown Otsego.  Having a music background, and enjoying many different genres of music, Mark understood that the area had the musical talent to support this but not the right venue to support the various listening habits of music lovers.  The brainstorming started and with it came a list of venue names.  The Arpeggio made it to the top of the list.  The venue would have a variety of genres from A Capella to zydeco so that everyone would be able to come and enjoy their favorite musical style from time to time.  The staff at the Arpeggio will work hard to meet the musical variety this area of southwest Michigan deserves.  Please follow our music lineup on Facebook so that you do not miss your favorite genre or artist.  We hope that you enjoy your time with us!

An arpeggio (Italian: [arˈpeddʒo]) is a type of broken chord, in which the notes that compose a chord are played or sung in a rising or descending order. An arpeggio may also span more than one octave. The word arpeggio comes from the Italian word arpeggiare, which means to play on a harp.

Building History – Once was Bud’s Auto Body (Bud DeGood and Bud McPherson), A&P Grocery, Terrace Restaurant, Hinkle’s Café (Maude’s is located in the former Hinkle’s Bakery).