It’s been four years in the making and it took a change in the law to make it all happen. Friday morning, Surly Brewing’s $30 million destination brewery opened to a packed crowd.
On Friday, a popular Twin Cities brewery will open the doors to its new beer hall and restaurant. Surly Brewing Co. is expecting a packed house for the grand opening of its $30 million building near the Minneapolis’ Prospect Park neighborhood. “We’re terrified, we’re excited, we’re ready. I think everyone’s just ready to go,” said Omar Ansari, founder and president of Surly Brewing Co.
The Witch’s Hat Tower in Minneapolis’ Prospect Park neighborhood is celebrating a big milestone this weekend. The famous water tower is turning 100, and the public is getting special access to the structure that’s atop the highest natural land area in Minneapolis. The tower and Tower Hill Park were placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997, and both have a rich history going back to the 1830s
For 100 years, the Witch’s Hat Water Tower has provided one of the best views in the Twin Cities. To celebrate its milestone birthday, the Minneapolis tower will open for free tours this weekend for the first time on a weekend since 1928.
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Surly Brewing has locked down a site for its “destination brewery.” The company purchased land in the Prospect Park neighborhood near University Avenue along the Minneapolis-St. Paul border.