As we left Dual Citizen, we found ourselves asking a new question — do the Twin Cities have too many breweries? With so many options already available, the bar for any new brewery on the block is a high one, and for us — Dual Citizen just didn’t meet the mark.
Copper Trail Brewing — located in one of Minnesota’s former Best Small Towns — is the first brewery in Alexandria in over 70 years and becoming one of our favorite travel stops.
Bent Brewstillery is on a mission to change the way people drink craft. But not everyone’s supportive of it.
About an hour’s drive south of the Twin Cities sits one of Minnesota’s cutest, most historical breweries — Chapel Brewing.
With it’s floor to ceiling windows,unostentatious white walls and bold color accents, Wild Mind Artisan Ales is easily one of the brightest, cheeriest breweries we’ve found in Minnesota.
“Utepils” is a Norwegian word that roughly translates to “the first beer you drink outside on a warm, sunny day.” It’s also the name of one of Minneapolis’ most outstanding breweries you might want to drink a first, tenth and hundredth beer at (probably not in one sitting) regardless the weather of the day!
As we look forward to another great year of beer and breweries, we wanted to look back on 2017 and share some of our favorites.
We can’t praise Wicked Wort Brewing Company enough. Our experience was highly positive and a great way to conclude the first calendar year of Ale Adventures.
Adam and I love discovering breweries with a unique theme that creates a meaningful experience. Lakes & Legends Brewing Company on Lasalle Ave in Minneapolis hits the nail on the head with their taproom and beer selection.
Minnesotans and Wisconsinites may not like to claim much in common, but they can proudly boast downtown Hudson’s newest brewery as one of their greatest collaborations.