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.
With Valentine’s Day on the way, we thought it would be fun to put together a list of some of the most romantic beers around Minnesota to celebrate your February 14th with!
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:
Hangovers suck! Here are three hydration/revitalization drinks/solutions we’ve found that have worked for us.
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.
“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.
RIS is dangerously smooth and subtly potent — between the two of us, we finished off the bottle a lot sooner than anticipated and were starting to feel more than just the Christmas spirit by the time we sipped our last drop.
Rustech’s taproom is probably one of the most organized, cleanest and aesthetically consistent we’ve seen. The brewery’s slogan is “Gather Enjoy and Relax” — or GEAR — and the theme falls somewhere between rustic farmhouse and mechanical steampunk.