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Why You Should Care About That Grain Belt Sign

You’ve probably already heard that Schell’s has bought the iconic Grain Belt Beer sign that overlooks the Mississippi river in Minneapolis. They plan to restore and re-light the sign by 2017. And if you’ve heard that, then you’ve almost definitely heard that Schell’s is planning to brew a new beer to celebrate this acquisition – a copper lager by the name of Lock & Dam Lager under the Grain Belt brand.

10 Must Try Minnesota Beers This Holiday Season

With the holidays upon us, the liquor store shelves are inundated with winter warmers, Christmas ales, and other seasonal specialties. Choosing the right beers for your gatherings this holiday season can be…

Lakes and Legends – Minneapolis’s Newest Brewery

With Lakes and Legends grand opening celebration this Saturday, I thought I would stop in and see what the new brewery located in Loring Park had to offer. I was…

Stone Saloon

Stone Saloon Coming Soon(ish)

Schroeder hopes to pay homage to the historic building’s roots by opening a 1800s-style saloon and brewery called the Stone Saloon, producing and serving around 550 barrels of German-style lager a year.

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Able Seedhouse + Brewery Opens

Able Seedhouse and Brewery, the newest brewery in the Logan Park neighborhood, is opening November 6th. We stopped by their soft opening the night before in order to get a sneak…

All Pints North Beer Fest MN Beer Activists

All Pints North Festival Tickets On Sale Tomorrow

Tickets to the Minnesota Craft Brewers Guild All Pints North Beer Fest go on sale tomorrow, Wednesday, April 15 at noon CST.

Wabasha Brewing (Coming Soon)

MN Beer Activists Andrew Schmitt and Sean Cooke stop by Wabasha Brewing for a sneak peek at the new St. Paul brewery opening (hopefully) in the next few weeks.

LynLake Brewery

Interview with LynLake Brewery Head Brewer Joel Carlson

Andrew and Joel talk about LynLake Brewery. They cover the construction, Joel’s experience, the size of the brewery, and what kind of beer and experience people can expect when they visit the taproom in south Minneapolis.

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