MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Despite the cancellation of the Minnesota State Fair this year, some Twin Cities breweries are taking it upon themselves to bring fair-inspired beers to their locations.

The Freehouse in Minneapolis is teaming up with Pryes Brewing for a limited release state fair beer. The Pryes Winning Cobbler will be hitting some Twin Cities restaurants, taprooms and select liquor stores this month.

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Jeremy Pryes, of Pryes Brewing, explained the inspiration behind the blueberry pastry ale.

“Blueberries are the star in this cobbler-style pastry ale. Real blueberry flavor is followed by a smooth vanilla finish. It’s simply delicious, and if you close your eyes, it’ll remind you of being at the fair, as it does for me,” Pryes said.

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Pryes Winning Cobbler will be available at all Blue Plate Restaurants: Groveland Tap, Highland Grill, Longfellow Grill, The Freehouse, The Lowry, Edina Grill and 3 Squares Restaurant.

And it will be hitting the Pryes Brewing Taproom on Aug. 27 — which would have been the first day of the fair.

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