Brewers Hope Change In MN Law Would Let Them Sell Their Own Six-PacksIt's National Beer Day, but that's not the reason some Minnesota craft breweries are excited about business. A bill at the Capitol could soon allow them to sell six-packs at their taprooms. Right now most can only sell individual growlers or crowlers, which are like oversized cans.
3 Minnesota Beers Make List Of Top 50 Beers In U.S.Beer is actually the third most popular drink in the world, behind only water and tea. Historians believe beer dates all the way back to 9500 BC.
After A Push To Change City Laws, Bloomington Has Its First BreweryThe first ever brewery in Bloomington opened this weekend. Until recently, the city laws had prohibited them. But not anymore.
Recently Opened Fridley Brewery Wins Gold Medal For German Dark LagerA Twin Cities brewery is celebrating after winning a gold medal at the Great American Beer Festival.
Clawgarita, Mountain Brew, Strawberry Cream Ale: More Than 50 New Drinks To Debut At The Minnesota State Fair
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Craft Brewers Say They're Forced To Dump Beer Due To State Taproom Laws"We had to dump a 30-barrel batch of beer down the drain, and we expect to have to dump more coming up," Bauhaus director of operations Drew Hurst said.
Minnesota Soon To Be The Only 3.2 Beer State In The U.S.Utah will become the next-to-last in the country to say goodbye to lower-alcohol 3.2% beer on Friday.
Exploding Beer: Lakefront Brewery Recalls 'My Turn Junk' Due To Burst RiskA Wisconsin brewery says one of its beers might explode.
Castle Danger Brewing Hits Limit On Growlers, Spotlighting Liquor LawA popular North Shore brewery will soon have to stop selling growlers, and it's shining a light on Minnesota liquor laws.
Final Four Guide: Best Breweries To Visit While You're In TownBeer-lovers visiting Minneapolis for the Final Four won’t have to go far to find Minnesota’s most beloved beers. Walk in any direction out of U.S. Bank Stadium and you’ll probably find a bar or restaurant serving craft beers from the Twin Cities, the North Shore and other parts of “The Land of 10,000 Beers." But for hop heads seeking a more direct experience of the state’s brewing culture, there are a few places that need to be on your radar, because they’re well worth the Lyft ride.
Stop Everything, It's Too Cold To Even Deliver BeerTemperatures are so low that beer will freeze -- around 32 degrees or slightly lower, depending on alcohol content -- on the trucks before it can be delivered.
Check Out The 2019 Winterfest Craft Beer FestivalMinnesota’s craft breweries are partnering with more than 20 restaurants to pair high-end beers with high-class bites at the 2019 Winterfest craft beer festival on Friday, Jan. 25.
'Drunk And Irritable' Wasps Are Rampaging Through Britain, Experts SayThe European nation is in the middle of the summer frenzy for wasps, as experts explain that the insects have started feeding on "fermented fruit and leftover pub ciders."
New State Fair Beers Include Key Lime, Funnel Cake FlavorsThe fair announced 27 new beverages premiering at the fair, as well as 13 returning “only at the fair” specialty drinks.