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  • Saison

    $21.54
    Sold By : Boom Island Brewing
    Farmhouse Ale | 6% ABV | 30% IBU

    Details

    For hundreds of years in Belgium, farmers would assemble whatever fruits and grains they had leftover in the fall to make a beer for their workers in the spring. They would produce a Saison each year, keeping it on the lighter side to ensure their workers thirsts were properly quenched, while maintaining their productivity. Each years Saison would be unique, incorporating orange peel, barley, oats, wheat and perhaps a touch of rye. Our Belgian-style farmhouse ale is brewed with a hint of orange peel to deliver the kind of strategic refreshment you need after a long hot day laboring on a Belgian farm. Or a sultry afternoon by your favorite Minnesota lake.

    Brewery

    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 you’ll want to get your hands on.
  • Sold By : Clockwerks Brewing
    IPA | 5.6% ABV | 54% IBU

    Details

    Lightly toasted malt bread flavor with subtle caramel and bold grapefruit, passion fruit, and papaya. Pleasant Citra and Mosaic hop aroma.

    Brewery

    Clockwerks Brewing Clockwerks Brewing is a downtown Minneapolis brewery focusing on carefully crafted, well balanced, session-style and big-flavor beers in a steampunk-inspired setting. Owners Lonnie Manresa and Brett Michlitsch have been longtime home brewers and haven’t lost sight of their roots; the array of seven tap lines will always feature one home-brewer’s recipe.
  • Birdtown Blonde Ale

    $8.00$17.00
    Sold By : Wicked Wort
    Blonde Ale | 5.1% ABV | 26 IBU Easy drinking with a balance of malt and hops, it offers notes of honey and graham crackers with an easy, floral hop finish.
  • Big Deal Kolsch

    $8.00$17.00
    Sold By : Wicked Wort
    Kolsch | 4.7% ABV | 20 IBU A low bitterness and soft malt presence with a crisp, dry finish. What makes this beer style unique is the subtle notes of apple and pear created by the German yeast.
  • Sold By : Wicked Wort
    Wheat Beer | 5.5% ABV | 15 IBU  Our classic wheat beer with over 300lbs of pure raspberry puree and our house Kolsch yeast which contributes hints of other complex fruit flavors.
  • Minute Man IPA

    $8.00$19.00
    Sold By : Broken Clock Brewing
    NE IPA | 6.6% ABV | 45 IBU

    Details

    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. - Brewer

    Brewery

    Broken Clock 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 Clock’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 “Broken Clock is a place where time stands still and community happens”. Â
  • Sold By : Sociable Cider Werks
    Dry Apple | 6.4% ABV | - IBU Freewheeler blends the Midwest’s finest freshly pressed apples with a touch of lightly hopped cane sorghum. The result delivers more mouth feel, more bright acidity and more effervescence than most cider… never too sweet and always a refreshing alternative to great craft beer.
  • Sold By : Sociable Cider Werks
      Scrumpy Apple | 6.3% ABV | - IBU   Training Wheels steps back to a simpler time when ciders went unfiltered and you couldn’t fall off your bike no matter how many you had. This freshly pressed blend of Midwestern apples is hazy with sediment and sweet with unfermented apple sugars in a throwback to the ciders of the colonial era. Â
  • Sold By : Sociable Cider Werks
    Australian IPA | 6.8% ABV | 65 IBU An Aussie-style IPA, though probably a higher gravity than they would have down under. 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
  • Sold By : Sociable Cider Werks
      Hopped Apple | 6.7% ABV | 0 IBU   Hop-A-Wheelie starts with the same freshly pressed Midwestern apple blend that forms the backbone of our Freewheeler Dry. Then to show off a bit we pile on a half pound per barrel of Cascade, Chinook, and Golding hops. The result is a bone-dry citrus bomb of grapefruit, orange peel and lemon grass that will leave your mouth watering. Â
  • Sold By : Sociable Cider Werks
    Cucumber Habanero Apple | 6.4% ABV | 0 IBU Burn Out sets ablaze the conventions of cider by spicing up a blend freshly pressed Midwestern apples with freshly macerated habanero peppers and cucumber. The spicy nose, followed by the cool flavor of fresh cucumber transitions to just enough lingering heat to send you back for another sip.Â
  • Sold By : Eastlake Craft Brewery
    Double IPA | 9.1% ABV | 100% IBU

    Details

    Dank Aaron is a Double IPA that hits all the right stats - 100 IBU, 9% ABV, 755 HR – you get the idea. Stickier than pine tar from copious amounts of a rotation of our brewers’ favorite hops, Dank Aaron rounds the bases of flavor and aroma – citrus, pine, earthy, and resin. This is a beer that can hit it anywhere, any time, just make sure you can get home safely.

    Brewery

    Eastlake Brewery 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!
  • Django

    $21.54
    Sold By : Boom Island Brewing
    Belgian Blond Ale | 6% ABV | 39% IBU

    Details

    Belgian-style blond ale with a balanced but hop forward aroma profile. Tropical fruit, melon and citrus zest on the nose. Crafted with Wai-iti hops, pilsner and wheat malt, and a hint of citrus, this hoppy number moves to its own rhythm.

    Brewery

    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 you’ll want to get your hands on.
  • Sold By : Boom Island Brewing
    Witbier | 5% ABV | 13.7% IBU

    Details

    With its light, hazy blond color and fluffy white head, this is a classic Belgian-style Witbier. Slight tartness opens into a refreshing smoothness, with faint floral notes that linger on the back.

    Brewery

    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 you’ll want to get your hands on.
  • Sold By : Boom Island Brewing
    Belgian Tripel | 9.5% ABV | 22.5% IBU

    Details

    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.

    Brewery

    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 you’ll want to get your hands on.
  • Sold By : Boom Island Brewing
    Belgian Dubbel | 8% ABV | 12.6% IBU

    Details

    Rich and complex malt flavors combine with low hop bitterness to make this a classic Belgian-style Dubbel. Extra points if you detect a hint of banana and clove flavors hidden in its seductive aroma. "Midwest-made, but as good as the genuine right-from-Belgium article." -John Holl All About Beer. Caramelized bananas in the aroma along with a faint earthy note, cola and a low level of spiciness with a hint of clove. Toasty malt, with a flavor like singed wood. Good carbonation to help balance. Low residual sugar so that it has a pretty dry finish. Beautiful thing to have a beer be dry without being bitter! Very drinkable and a welcome departure from the bitter bombs of our current beer culture. Tempted to whip up a pork loin rubbed with Asian five spice blend just to try with this. Would probably go well with some desserts too: Bananas Foster, flan. Ray Daniels is the founder and director of the Cicerone Certification Program and the author, editor or publisher of more than two dozen books on beer and brewing. Follow him on Twitter @Cicerone_org.

    Brewery

    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 you’ll want to get your hands on.
  • Sold By : Eastlake Craft Brewery

    Sour Brewed with Grapefruit; Prickly Pear Cactus | 5.1% ABV | 3 IBU

    Details

    Batting third is Kirby Pucker, our rotation of brews that undergo a second fermentation with lactobacillus. Influenced by the classic rum punch cocktail, we added pomegranate, preserved lemons, and pineapple to our house sour recipe. Pucker up! After all, Lake Street is for lovers.

    Brewery

    Eastlake Brewery

    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 fave!

  • Sold By : Eastlake Craft Brewery

    Juicy Citra IPA | 7% ABV | 70% IBU

    Details

     

    Brewery

    Eastlake Brewery

    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!

  • Dynamo

    $15.00
    Sold By : Tin Whiskers Brewing

    Orange Chocolate Imperial Stout | 12% ABV | 25% IBU

    Details

    Dynamo Chocolate Orange Imperial Stout was debuted for the first time during Winterfest 2016. It was consumed with eagerness by beer nerds and non-nerds alike. And now, we are releasing this fan favorite on tap under its very own brand. This big, bold imperial stout tastes like the candy from your childhood with notes of orange peel and rich dark chocolate.

  • Sold By : Running Tap

    NE IPA | 7% ABV | 33% IBU

    Details

    A Double Dry Hopped Hazy IPA brewed with Wheat, Oats, and (too many) Citra, Mosaic, and El Dorado hops. #donthazemebro

    Brewery

    Fair State

    Opened in September 2014, Fair State is the first brewery in Minnesota to use a cooperative business model, and only the third in the country. The brewery is actually owned by coop members. Members enjoy voting rights, the opportunity to serve on the cooperative board of directors, special discounts and beer release access, and a number of other perks. The art gallery-like taproom features a large number of rotating taps, including the tasty, sour, LÄCTOBÄC series beers.

  • Sold By : Headflyer Brewing
    American Pale Ale | 5.4% ABV | 28 IBU This soft, hazy pale features loads of late addition Mosaic and Amarillo hops to produce plenty of juicy flavor in a more sessionable package - Brewer
  • Sold By : Running Tap

    Amber Lager | 5.3% ABV | 25% IBU

    Details

    Our interpretation of the classic Vienna lager - pale amber in color, medium bodied, ever so slightly toasty from Munich and Vienna malts, complimented by a grassy noble hop nose.

    Brewery

    Fair State

    Opened in September 2014, Fair State is the first brewery in Minnesota to use a cooperative business model, and only the third in the country. The brewery is actually owned by coop members. Members enjoy voting rights, the opportunity to serve on the cooperative board of directors, special discounts and beer release access, and a number of other perks. The art gallery-like taproom features a large number of rotating taps, including the tasty, sour, LÄCTOBÄC series beers.

  • Sold By : Clockwerks Brewing

    Orange Witbier | 4.5% ABV | 13% IBU

    Details

    Cloves, orange, pepper, and coriander; light and refreshing.

    Brewery

    Clockwerks Brewing

    Clockwerks Brewing is a downtown Minneapolis brewery focusing on carefully crafted, well balanced, session-style and big-flavor beers in a steampunk-inspired setting. Owners Lonnie Manresa and Brett Michlitsch have been longtime home brewers and haven’t lost sight of their roots; the array of seven tap lines will always feature one home-brewer’s recipe.

  • Equanaut IPA

    $7.00$19.00
    Sold By : Clockwerks Brewing
    IPA | 6.9% ABV | 83% IBU

    Details

    Ekuanot and Citra hops lead, supported by apricot and bright citrus flavors and aroma. Biscuity malt balance; dry hopped with Cascade and Mosaic.

    Brewery

    Clockwerks Brewing Clockwerks Brewing is a downtown Minneapolis brewery focusing on carefully crafted, well balanced, session-style and big-flavor beers in a steampunk-inspired setting. Owners Lonnie Manresa and Brett Michlitsch have been longtime home brewers and haven’t lost sight of their roots; the array of seven tap lines will always feature one home-brewer’s recipe.
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