On Monday the Teamsters Union nabbed an important win in their push-back
against a popular provision to allow for Sunday growler sales in the Minnesota State Senate's liquor bill. All hope (for beer-lovers) seemed lost as the provision was officially stripped
in the Senate Tax Committee. It appeared destined to become...
It may not feel like it, but winter's end is in sight! Outdoor events (that aren't purposefully meant for cold weather) will soon be returning to the Twin Cities and the Belgian-Beer master of Minneapolis is leading the charge. With a combination of beer, food, music and art, the 3rd Annual Sol Bock Revival at Harriet Brewing (April 26th) promises to be a full day of everything awesome.
Harriet Brewing is the unquestioned beer-lord of all that is east of the light rail and west of the river, but some consider it to rule the entirety of...!--more-->
What makes beer so awesome? Is it the hops? The amount of yeast? Or is it something else? If you’ve ever wondered what’s actually going on inside that cold glass of frothy relaxation, check out The Science Museum of Minnesota’s Fermentational Informational: The Science of Beer, coming up on Thursday, April 3.
Get to the museum at 6:00 pm for a quirky, interesting evening, and a new way to wind down your week. As it is part of the museum’s Social Science event series, the...!--more-->
Have you been to a hick bar lately? How about an establishment that’s just out of the reach of a grain elevator’s shadow? Well if you were to find yourself drifting out to the western edge of the metro, then take the time to meander over to Hector, Minnesota. There’s a bar there. It’s fun. It’s called: “The Other Place
Now we've all heard the typical city-slicker response: “I can’t go to a place like that! Their vodka is probably really old, their food is either greasy...!--more-->
Minneapolitans aren't often seen roaming the smooth prairies of southwestern Minnesota (especially in March); but my fiancée and I had the opportunity to do just that. Little did we know, until informed by my good friend and his wife (who recently became residents of the area), that the Brau Brothers
, the undisputed beer-lords of our state's southwestern corner, had constructed a legendary drinking hall and brew-lab in the city of Marshall.
Marshall, for those of you who believe civilization ends on...!--more-->