Bad Weather’s core brands have been in stores and bars around the metro since 2013, but with the new space and their own taproom, they’ve expanded their line-up and their presence.
While HammerHeart is quick to give credit to others, their bold and (mostly big) beers are unlike anything else in the local beer scene.
Sisyphus Brewing is a small Minneapolis brewery that emphasizes the small batch experience of getting beer at the source. It’s rare to find a keg or crowler off their premises; to try their beer, aficionados must seek them out.
It’s no secret that as craft beer’s popularity has grown, the showmanship element sometimes overrides the true quality of the product. There are all types of breweries, from small brewpubs and neighborhood-focused shops to facilities that cost millions of dollars. Sometimes more money seems to be spent in the taproom instead of on the brewing equipment. A first impression of Steel Toe Brewing shows that beer is their true number one. From the working class boot logo that decorates their 22 oz. bottles and brand new cans, to their website homepage that proudly proclaims, “We are a small MN craft brewery with big dreams of staying small.”
With 19 beers on tap, 13 ciders, and more room for nitro and cask conditioned beers, there’s a solid mix of house-brewed beers and guest taps at Town Hall Brewery.
Bauhaus Brew Labs offers a local take on German styled beers, drawing inspiration from the lagers of the Old World but adding a distinctly American and contemporary twist in the process.
For celiacs, beer is most definitely a four-letter word. But Burning Brothers wants to let celiacs know they don’t have to fear the beer.