It’s probably one of the most versatile deserts you’ll find. It can be light and airy, or so heavy you need a nap after half a slice.
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.
There’s an Ultimate Frisbee tournament this weekend just west of the Twin Cities that may be huge in size, but not in importance for one of the teams playing in it.Team Surly – named after, sponsored, and supplied by the brewery – is gearing up for its sixth-straight trip to the national championship, held next weekend in Denver.
Surly fans, rejoice! We’re getting the first look at the new destination brewery. Surly Brewing Co. and HGA Architects unveiled the images Sunday night at the brewery’s seventh anniversary party at the Varsity Theater in Minneapolis.
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.
A new Minnesota law has led to an explosion in small breweries where you can buy a beer.
First it was the dog sled marathon, then it was the snow sculpting competition, now the unusually warm temperatures have forced changes in the City of Lakes Loppet.