“When I stepped in, I felt like I was in that scene of Beauty and the Beast when Gaston is singing his song…and I’ve never been in a brewery like that!”
Well before we met Sam and Libby, we were familiar with the pair’s brand and products. Their pins are some of the most creative, unique and wear-able beer-related accessories we’ve seen.
For a Father’s Day gift that’s affordable, includes free beer, can be purchased online, gives back and includes an awesome community Hop Passport is as close to perfect as you’ll get!
Pro tip: If you’re planning a trip someplace new, crowd source ideas.
One of the many things we love about the craft beer scene is how supportive it is. So check out some pretty cool beer-related brands and products we’re big fans of ourselves and would love to support by sharing with you, too:
Tucked away in the old Pantown neighborhood of St. Cloud, Pantown Brewing Co. brings the area’s history — and some old brewing equipment — to life again.
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.
For a small-town, northern Illinois community Hairy Cow Brewing, we thought, was easily comparable to anything we’ve visited and enjoyed in highly brewery-populated Minnesota. Here’s to coming home for the holidays, indeed!
“Wooden hill” — It seems an unusual name for a staircase and an even stranger name for a brewery. But once you know the story and the context behind it, it seems more than fitting — an homage to and memory of a man. And not just any man, one of the best kinds of men — a grandfather.
Coming in at 12.8% ABV, we thought this one felt like a swift kick to the mouth…until we tried the barrel-aged.