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.
It’s time to celebrate the Craft Brew. This weekend is the end of Craft Brew Week in America. When it comes to Craft Brews, Minnesota is at the top of the class with several new breweries debuting in the last year. Dara took some time to sling back a few beers and here’s her list of the Top 5 Tap Rooms in Minnesota!
Summit Brewing Company is bringing in new tanks to keep up with the popularity of its beer.
Minnesota’s state leaders are spending Wednesday focusing on a major threat to the state’s tourism industry. It’s the possible invasion of Asian Carp, a destructive fish, in Minnesota waterways.
If you’re interested in giving Minnesota products this holiday season, what’s more Minnesotan than Minnesota beer?
Minnesota Craft Brewers Guild WCCO Holiday Beers Tasting Notes August Schell Brewing Co. August Schell Brewing Co. was founded by German immigrant August Schell in 1860 and passed into the possession of the Schell family […]
Biking is one of the most popular forms of transportation in the Twin Cities. On Monday, cycling advocates rolled on into the State Capitol.
Craft beer has become a big business in the U.S., especially here in the Twin Cities, and there’s quite a buzz about a new craft beer in Minnesota.
Algae is the focus of a four-day commercial trade show in the Twin Cities, billed as the largest of its type in the nation.
A law that was put into effect in Minnesota this summer was supposed to stop the sale of synthetic drugs. However, test results from the state’s largest lab show it’s not that simple.
More than 600 people are taking part in a day-long summit to end violence in Minnesota.
A boy being attacked on a school bus is an extreme example of bullying. But to make sure it doesn’t get to this point, teachers and school administrators attended a special summit in Minneapolis.
A couple of thousand tea party members convening a weekend summit in Phoenix are determined to have a say in choosing the next Republican nominee for president.