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.
A couple of Twin Cities guys are making their own vodka, gin, and whiskey — and it’s winning international awards. In a nondescript warehouse in a small Wisconsin town 45 minutes east of the Twin Cities, a revolution is underway at 45th Parallel Distillery.
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.
People who enjoy “crafting” are heading to the St. Paul RiverCentre this weekend for the annual American Craft Council Show.
A new president has been named for Concordia College.
Alaskan Brewing Co. in Juneau says it is adding Minnesota as a distribution point in May.