Last October, Todd Haug shocked the beer world with news that he’d be leaving Minnesota for Chicago and taking a position with well-known brewery Three Floyds. It’s been almost a year but Todd is making a return to Minnesota, with his band Powermad and WarPigs Brewing USA.
Summer beer fest season may soon be ending, but before it does we’ve got one of the best in the world to drink at. This weekend is The Great Taste Of The Midwest 2017 in Madison, Wisconsin. Here’s a look at the fest and fun taking place.
The question has been coming up frequently recently. “Can I age an IPA? What about a double or imperial IPA?” Here’s the answer.
Science museums are awesome! Except for one element. Too many kids. What if you could enjoy an adults-only night at the museum without the kids, plus you got to drink great beer too? That’s exactly what Fermentational Informational at the Science Museum of Minnesota is all about.
The world of craft breweries, distilleries, and beer bars is a wonderful one. With the great growth of these venues in Minnesota, we’ve got plenty of options to choose from. For those looking to explore the local scene and get a great deal, Craft Notes is an awesome way to check out places you may not have made it yet, revisit old favorites, and enjoy plenty of great drink in the process.
Last week, Goose Island Migration Week landed in Minneapolis. Packed with plenty of beer-filled fun, here’s a look at the happenings.
The world is full of bad ideas and beer is no exception. From to crazy flavor combinations that just don’t work to questionable drinking devices, there are plenty of beers and beer-related items that just shouldn’t be. Here are 5 really stupid beer bottle openers that shouldn’t be a thing.
By being open on Sunday March 12th, Jim Surdyk knowingly and willingly violated the law. When told to close, he again chose to disregard the law and remain open. He laughed about it and dared the City of Minneapolis to do something. When they did, he tried to negotiate for a punishment that wasn’t a punishment at all. Luckily the Minneapolis City Council held strong, believing he deserved more than a slap on the wrist. Now is your chance to tell the City Council’s Community Development and Regulatory Services committee to remain strong and give Surdyk a punishment he deserves.