This upcoming November marks three years since we began adventuring and story-telling our way through the Minnesota and Midwest craft … More
We recently received an invite from the Stevens Point Area Convention and Visitors Bureau to come check out the Stevens … More
While we always appreciate the general convenience and accessibility of “big city” breweries, there’s something special about rural community breweries. Goat Ridge Brewing Co. is no exception.
Hangovers suck! Here are three hydration/revitalization drinks/solutions we’ve found that have worked for us.
You’re probably familiar with the beer club concept where, for a subscription fee, a company ships a monthly package of specially hand-picked beers to your door. Shirts on Tap does the same thing, except instead of beer they mail you a box of a specially customized t-shirt, brewery bio, stickers and more.
We can’t say with certainty how many new breweries opened in Minnesota this year — our best guess is about 30 — but it’s been enough for us to put together a list of our favorites. Here are five new Minnesota breweries that blew our minds — in a good way — in 2018.
We left feeling impressed and confident that Nordic’s off to a really strong start. If their soft open is anything to go by, we’re going to be frequenting Nordic Brewing Company a lot more in the future.
Pryes is a solid NE brewery close to our hearts that’s about to be a little closer still to fans in the metro with their very own canned beers!
Whether you’re an avid festival-goer or just a beginner, Dells on Tap is perfect for just about everyone — a great selection of distinguished craft breweries will draw a crowd but the event is also small enough in size to not be overwhelming. Plus, you can’t go wrong with a weekend in the Wisconsin Dells!
Iceland’s craft beer scene may be small, but it’s strong and thriving.