Minnesota has an abundance of quality local brews. And the Land of 10,000 suds also has plenty of fervent fans of their beloved beer. From the Twin Cities staples like Surly and Summit, to greater Minnesota’s standout microbrews like Schell’s and Lift Bridge — there are dozens of downright tasty beers.
The Charity Beer Festival in Minneapolis not only allows you to sample a variety of craft beer producers, but it all goes toward a good cause, too. Seneca Berg is one of the organizers of the event. He said the event takes place from 1 to 5 p.m. outside Falls Liquor Store on Minnehaha Avenue and 46th Street.
If you’re in a last-minute scramble for a unique gift for dad, The Four Firkins Specialty Beer Store in St. Louis Park may introduce Dad to a beer for savoring.
Have a beer, help the economy? That seems to be the idea in some cities that have rushed to embrace craft brewers.
Beef stew, corn beef and cabbage — none of it would be complete without a green beer.
The owners of 612 Brew were shooting for a December 2012 opening for their new northeast Minneapolis tap room, but delays forced them to wait almost two extra months. In the end, it was exactly what they needed.
The results are in from the first weekend of alcohol sales at TCF Bank stadium and the numbers are bigger than the University of Minnesota projected.
Beer and wine went on sale for the first time at TCF Bank Stadium on Saturday. Ever since the Gophers moved into “The Bank,” alcohol has been off limits.
New kinds of beer will be poured this weekend at the St. Paul Summer Beerfest at the state fairgrounds. It’ll feature hundreds of American craft beer and many are made in Minnesota.
For more and more of us, a big pot from the Mister Coffee machine just won’t cut it. Many are turning to the latest trend in the shops and at home.