NE IPA | 7.2% ABV | 47 IBU
This IPA is from Northeast, inspired by the popular style from the Northeast. Thick and hazy looking with a hefty load of Citra and El Dorado Hops providing a juicy aroma and taste.
A hazy, juicy IPA with the aroma of a hopped up IPA, but without the harsh bite. Loaded with hops with citrus and tropical fruit flavors. Mouth feel is full bodied and creamy. Inspired by Cory Whitmer #69 and Nate Dixon #93.
A brewery owned by the community, where members are able to vote on what beer styles are brewed and what should be made available. Broken Clockâ€™s focus is on the community and its members who share the brewers passion for brewing fun and unique styles. In fact the name Broken Clock reflects their dedication to the community, to quote founding member Jeremy Gharineh in a Growler Magazine article â€œBroken Clock is a place where time stands still and community happensâ€.
Our tribute to the history of the Day Block building, this amber-colored ale is balanced and refreshing with hints of toast and caramel. A slightly citrus hop flavor comes through toward the end, leaving a sweet finish.
To pay homage to the rich milling history of Minneapolis, Day Block Brewing takes its name from Leonard Day. In 1883 Day built what would be called the Day Building, where Day Block now brews its always fresh beers. Day Block Brewing honors the previous businesses and the hardships they faced with the mantra â€œBlood, sweat, tears (and now beers)â€. To provide their customers with the freshest and best quality beer and food Day Block receives all their ingredients from locally sourced farms, like it was done back in the times of Leonard Day.
Dank Aaron is a Double IPA that hits all the right stats - 100 IBU, 9% ABV, 755 HR Ã¢â‚¬â€œ you get the idea. Stickier than pine tar from copious amounts of a rotation of our brewersÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ favorite hops, Dank Aaron rounds the bases of flavor and aroma Ã¢â‚¬â€œ citrus, pine, earthy, and resin. This is a beer that can hit it anywhere, any time, just make sure you can get home safely.
Eastlake is located in the hip and happening Midtown Global Market, where you can catch live music and stuff yourself with authentic ethnic food while sipping on a craft brew. The beer names pay homage to this amazing state we live in- from the Blueliner to the Nicolette Mauler. They specialize in funky tart sours and hop-froward IPAs, a hidden gem perfect for a Sunday Funday trip. Known For: Killer food just a hop and a skip down the hall from the taproom plus events happening all week- check out a Twins ticket raffle or Vinyl Night. Plus the Kirby Pucker is a fan fav!
Australian IPAÂ | 6.8%Â ABVÂ | 65Â IBU
An Aussie-style IPA, though probably a higher gravity than they would have down under.Â Hoppy light bitter and dry. Definitely more similar to what we consider to be a session IPA on this side of the pond, but with that elegant Australian hop aroma and dryness.Â
Refreshing light bodied golden ale, using noble hop varieties. Clean delicate aroma makes this one of our most popular beers.
Located just steps from the Xcel Energy Center in Downtown St. Paul is the classic brew pub Great Waters Brewing Company, offering a diverse brewpub menu and award-winning beers in a historic building with year-round patio.
Founded in 1997 Great Waters has produced over 85 different styles, and proudly uses well water for all of their beers; which enables them to create one of a kind Minnesota brews.
With a delicate balance of spicy esters, layers of light fruit notes, and a higher alcohol level than traditional beers, this is a classic Belgian-style Tripel. It finishes moderately dry with slight hop bitterness.
Boom Island Brewing
Boom Island has one of the most interesting background stories out there- the founders met as French horn players who left the orchestra to pursue their next creative venture as brewers. The entire family got involved to construct the OG brewery and equipment, and their dedication comes through in the beer. Before opening, hubby and head brewer, Kevin, took an adventure across the pond to brew side by side with the Belgian pros and brought back the best kind of souvenir: yeast strains he uses to this day to make the beer we know and love.
Known For: True Belgian style beers and limited releases youâ€™ll want to get your hands on.
Cream Ales, spawned from the American light lager style, are brewed as an ale though are sometimes finished with a lager yeast or lager beer mixed in. Adjuncts such as corn or rice are used to lighten the body.