Earlier this week, WCCO reported on a Wisconsin craft brewery’s plans to deliver its beer by drone. The Federal Aviation Administration has gotten word of the plan, and they’re grounding it.
Is it a viral ad or is it the next big thing in brewski? Last month, Amazon announced it was testing out drones to deliver packages. Now a Wisconsin brewery is apparently trying out the idea for itself.
For a restaurant company that’s built a small empire in the Twin Cities, it’s almost funny to hear their latest venture was introduced over beers during a summer music festival.
Renowned more for its Riesling than its rye, New York’s grape-growing Finger Lakes region — think Western Upstate, between Ithaca, Rochester, and Syracuse — is actually one of the country’s most underrated beer destinations. Home to 36 craft breweries and 19 brewpubs (the largest concentration of beermakers in the state, despite what you might think!), it’s the perfect spot for a weekend beercation.
Move over craft beer makers, there’s a new player in town and they’re putting a craft spin on cider. Sociable Cider Werks is a hard cider brewery that will join an already brewery-heavy Northeast Minneapolis.
You love beer. You love vacations. So it’s only natural you’ll like this rundown of America’s seven hottest travel destinations with a hopping beer scene.
You could call 612 Brew the new kid on the block. It opened to the public in February, in a renovated building in northeast Minneapolis. Jamey Rossbach and three of his buddies started 612 Brew after spending years making beer at home.
Have a beer, help the economy? That seems to be the idea in some cities that have rushed to embrace craft brewers.
The Hamm’s Brewery in St. Paul closed in 1997, and now one of the vacant buildings is being renovated into an urban farm.
This German-inspired brewpub is a definite gem in the Uptown district of Minneapolis.
The first brewery taproom in Minneapolis will open on Saturday, following last year’s passage of the so-called “Surly Bill.”
A brewer in St. Louis Park says the government shutdown is drowning his business before he’s even brewed a batch of beer.
From Bloomington to brewmaster — Zac Triemert has truly created quite a name for himself. The Minnesota native went from a pre-med program in college to a job as a chemist to opening up his very own brewery.
Gov. Mark Dayton has signed a bill making changes to state liquor laws that will allow Minnesota breweries to sell pints of beer on-site.