2018 CRAFT BREW LINE-UP
Bent Brewstillery: Roseville, MN – Bent Brewstillery is the first Brewery & Distillery Fusion in the state of Minnesota. Our Company Mission is to make tasty brews and powerful booze with fun names and flavors while rebelling against rigid style guidelines, along with having fun and making the experience entertaining for everyone involved. #DefiantlyDistinct StarTribune 2014’s Best New Brewery in the Metro area Sample the latest creations in the industrial yet comfy taproom or out on the dog-friendly patio. New York International Spirits Competition and American Craft Spirits Association winning craft spirits.
Tin Whiskers: St. Paul – Tin Whiskers is on a mission to make technically excellent beers, and is the perfect place for beer-nerds and non-nerds alike. We bring our electrical engineering backgrounds into the brewery with our beer names, listing of ingredients and our scientific approach to the brewing process and branding, including circuit board flight holders and the creation of new and innovative beers. We take great pride in crafting high quality beer. Our beers are unfiltered and unpasteurized and are therefore ‘alive’ with yeasts and good bacteria. These components continue to flourish even after the beer has been bottled, resulting in beer that is best enjoyed fresh.
Burning Brothers: St. Paul, MN – With a focus on innovation, quality and balance, coupled with our own blend of quirkiness, we strive to provide great-tasting and distinctive craft beers. The brewery takes it’s name from our founders old profession as fire-eaters, which is it’s own distinctive and special story. Don’t fear the beer®.
56 Brewing: Northeast, Minneapolis – 56 Brewing has a core lineup of bold and session craft beers with a focus on locally sourced ingredients and using seasonal variations and infusions. Honey Kolsch, Dark Chocolate Coconut Stout and Rye Lager and Pale Ale style beers. We will utilize a barrel aged program to rotate in for select core and also seasonal brews. High quality craft beer produced at a lower volume in a micro-brewery allows us to focus on quality, consistency and the ability to rotate beer styles efficiently.
Our focus is on community and beer lovers alike, highlighting the NE Minneapolis community and brewery culture.
Urban Growler: St. Paul Microbrewery – Urban Growler® is the first woman-owned and brewed microbrewery in Minnesota. Join us at our kitchen, taproom and beer garden located in St. Paul. Location & Directions We’re beer for you!
Big Wood Brewery: Big Wood Brewery is a brewery and taproom located in White Bear Lake, Minnesota, in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area. The company began in some empty warehouse space in Vadnais Heights in 2009, before moving into their newly built brewery in 2012.
Fair State Brewing Cooperative: Minneapolis, MN
Our goal is to put the natural connection between brewer and community to work to create something that truly belongs to us all. Creating infinite community and quality craft beers.
Lupulin Brewing: Big Lake, MN
Lupulin Brewing is a family owned and family run craft brewery. Lupulin Brewing is dedicated to making unique beers with attention to quality and flavor. The company philosophy is one of community involvement, access to the public, and a little splash of idiocracy along the way. Whether you are a regular or a new comer, we thank you and hope you enjoy our beers. Taproom open in Big Lake, MN.
Lift Bridge Brewing Co: Stillwater, MN
Lift Bridge Brewery is located in Stillwater, the Birthplace of Minnesota, and is a short 25 minute drive east from the Twin Cities. In addition to weekend tours of the Brewing Facility, we have a welcoming Taproom – our selection goes beyond our regular line up and includes limited release and experimental beers.
Granite City Food & Brewery: Roseville, MN
Granite City Food & Brewery’s signature brews, which are made on-site, include The Duke (Pale Ale), The Bennie (Bock), Batch 1000 (Double IPA), The Northern (American Lager) and Broad Axe (Oatmeal Stout). Seasonal brews are featured throughout the year.
Sociable Cider Werks: NE Mpls In our path to discovering the best apples for the perfect midwestern cider we were consistently thrilled by the excellent sugar and acid profiles of our apples, but were always underwhelmed by their bitterness.
Bitter apples, also known as spitters for their acrid flavor, are really only good for making hard cider. So we did what any reasonable brewer would do… We turned to hops and grains to add bitterness and body. The result is tart, dry and flavorful with a well balanced body. Its not your typical cloyingly sweet macro-cider. Its decidedly different. Its delightfully Sociable.