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Bauhaus at the Ballpark

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This video is an instant classic. Oh, and Bauhaus beers (Winderstuff & Sky Five) will be available at Target Field this year in section 116 (Twins Brews), 126 (Minnesota Brews) and 322 (also Minnesota Brews). They also plan to rotate ...

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612Brew Art Music & Beer

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612Brew has announced that their third annual Art, Music and Beer event as part of Northeast Minneapolis’ Art-A-Whirl. No surprise here, but the two-day event will include art, music, food and, duh… beer. Thirsty? 612 will be serving up 5 of its more ...

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Schell’s Stag Series No. 9

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The 9th beer in Schell’s Stag Series, is a nod to the 155 year old company’s 19th century brewing traditions. The limited edition offering is a dark lager aged in American whiskey barrels and stored in the brewery’s original lagering ...

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Summit Hopvale Organic Ale is Here!

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Back in January, we told you about Summit’s latest offering, Hopvale Organic Ale. Yesterday, Summit announced that this beer will be rolling out shortly with a series of release events. Hopvale will be available for your imbibing pleasure starting the ...

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Northern Lights Rare Beer Festival Saturday

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As of last night, tickets were still available for the Northern Lights Rare Beer Festival. And though the ticket price is decidedly steep, this is a festival that should make every beer nerd get a little giddy. For the uninitiated, ...

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Fulton Expat Returns

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Last night Fulton’s rye saison, The Expat made its triumphant return with a kick-off party at Smack Shack in Minneapolis. If you missed it, fear not. You’ll find this beer on tap at other fine establishments and, for the first ...

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Wabasha Brewing Co. is Open

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Wabasha Brewing Company momentarily took the seat designated as “Minnesota’s newest brewery” yesterday, pouring pints for thirsty craft beer fans in St. Paul. Starting as an idea “eight beers in” (or thereabouts), the guys from Wabasha are offering up four ...

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Surly Doomtree Cans Debut Today

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Fans of Surly and/or Doomtree take note: Surly Doomtree cans will be available for the first time in Minnesota later today at The Depot Tavern as part of Doomtree’s First Avenue pre-party event. If you were fortunate enough to get ...

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Eat Craft Beer: Brooks High Beer Battered Kickstarter

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Watch. Laugh. Contribute. Brooks High Beer Battered has my attention. Their Kickstarter video is nothing short of awesome. Stop what you’re doing and watch it. Now. What do you think? What’s not to like about beer-battered goodness that begins with ...

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#MNCleanPint 2015

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Ladies and gentlemen, fire up your beer glasses and your smartphones and get your hashtags ready! February 1st us upon us and that means you’ll see #MNCleanPint tagged across the social media spectrum. And what, you ask, is all the ...

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612 Brew Has Nice Cans (And I Have Dumb Puns)

So have you heard the one about the brewery who named their beer “Rated R” (for rye), only to find that the MPAA wasn’t crazy about it and filed a cease and desist? Indeed (no, not them) it’s true for ...

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Summit Hopvale Organic Ale

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Mark your calendars for April… today Summit announced a new year-round certified organic ale, Hopvale Organic Ale. They’re referring to it as a hoppy sessionable ale (4.7% abv) breed with organic malts, hops and lemon peel. They have my attention! ...

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Leech Lake Brewing is Closing

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Sad news from the Walker, Minnesota area. According to their Facebook page, Leech Lake Brewing Company wasn’t able to get the investors needed to expand the brewery, so they’ve decided to liquidate. As you’ve no-doubt assumed, the $1000 limitless growler ...

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