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Eastlake Brewery & Taproom Opens Today

Eastlake Brewery & Taproom Opens Today

Let’s all welcome another brewery to Minnesota, shall we? Today, Eastlake Brewery & Taproom opens their doors to the public starting at 11am. Eastlake Brewery is located in the Midtown Global Market, 920 East Lake Street, Minneapolis. I love the ...

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Summit Unchained 18: Hop Silo Double IPA

Summit Unchained 18: Hop Silo Double IPA

Summit’s Unchained Series has really been something I’ve looked forward to over the course of the past several years. This round marks a few firsts for the brewery – this will be the first Unchained offering in cans (i.e. 16 ...

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Surly Doomtree Day Details

Surly Doomtree Day Details

You wanted details on Surly Doomtree Day? You’ve got Surly Doomtree Day info… As you know, Surly Doomtree Day will be a special curated bar crawl around Minneapolis and St. Paul to kickoff the Surly Doomtree collaboration and the release ...

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Junkyard Brewing Taproom Grand Opening Today

Junkyard Brewing Taproom Grand Opening Today

Our friends from Junkyard Brewing in Moorhead are celebrating tonight from 4pm to midnight. Over the course of about a year, they’ve moved from a tiny brewery in the corner of a woodshop to a brand new brewery and taproom. ...

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Insight Brewing Grand Opening

Insight Brewing Grand Opening

Do you remember when we only had something like seven breweries in Minnesota? It really wasn’t that long ago. Today we add another to the tally, Insight Brewing Company. Their taproom opens at 4pm today (Friday) at 2821 East Hennepin ...

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New Life for Minneapolis’ Grain Belt Sign

New Life for Minneapolis’ Grain Belt Sign

Yesterday our friends at August Schell Brewing Company announced that they had reached an agreement to purchase the iconic Grain Belt Beer sign on Nicollet Island. Better yet, the brewery is in the process of discussing plans for preservation and ...

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Surly Eight Release Party Sunday

Surly Eight Release Party Sunday

Surly Brewing Company celebrates their 8th anniversary this Sunday with the release of their eighth anniversary beer aptly named EIGHT! From 5-10pm at Dakota Jazz Club (1010 Nicollet Mall) they’ll be pouring EIGHT, an Oat Wine style ale aged in ...

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Schell’s Equinox Fresh Hop Pilsner

Schell’s Equinox Fresh Hop Pilsner

Our friends at August Schell Brewing Co., are really tearing things up as of late. We’re excited to share a little new about another new limited-release offering, a fresh hop pilsner featuring Equinox, a new hop variety recently developed by ...

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Schell’s Snowstorm 2014: Grand Cru

Schell’s Snowstorm 2014: Grand Cru

I always look forward to Schell’s annual Snowstorm beer. I love that they change up the style year after year, and as far as I can remember, I’ve always enjoyed the offerings. This year, Snowstorm is a Belgian-style Granc Cru. ...

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Bent Paddle Cold Press Black

Bent Paddle Cold Press Black

The first time I tasted the Cold Press variation of Bent Paddle Brewing Company’s black ale, I knew I had to have some more. Apparently I wasn’t the only one. Bent Paddle’s Bryon Tonnis says it’s been one of their ...

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Waconia Brewing Taproom Opens Today at 2pm

Waconia Brewing Taproom Opens Today at 2pm

Today we add another brewery to the ranks! Beer fans, let’s give a warm welcome to Waconia Brewing Company located in (get this!) Waconia, MN. Today at 2pm, Waconia will be the first brewery to open its doors in the ...

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Darkness Eve at Stub & Herbs Friday

Darkness Eve at Stub & Herbs Friday

True to form, the fine folks at Stub & Herb’s have promised to play host to a “Darkness Eve” celebration at the bar this Friday. They’ve assembled 15 different Surly offerings as well as a ton Other great beers. They’ll ...

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Summit Union Series: 3x Mild Ale

Summit Union Series: 3x Mild Ale

The latest beer in Summit’s Union Series will be called 3X Mild. This is brewer Damian McConn’s take on the Mild ales of 19th century England, brewed with a new American base malt, an experimental hop variety and a traditional ...

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