BREWERY MEMBERS

Visit our member breweries and brewpubs around the state!

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Brewed in the Land of 10K Lakes means leveraging as much local resources and labor as possible. Driving our local economy will drive us. Minnesota-centric values means keeping a Nice atmosphere will make everyone’e experience more enjoyable.

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Among the exposed brick, timber and polished concrete floors you’ll spy lots of beer-making machinery, including a 15bbl steam heated brewhouse with six-30bbl mirror polished fermentation tanks.

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We are a family owned and operated brewery in New Ulm, Minnesota. Our story began in 1860 when August Schell, a German immigrant, couldn’t find a traditional German beer in his new home.

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We are a family owned and operated brewery in New Ulm, Minnesota. Our story began in 1860 when August Schell, a German immigrant, couldn’t find a traditional German beer in his new home.

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We are a family owned and operated brewery in New Ulm, Minnesota. Our story began in 1860 when August Schell, a German immigrant, couldn’t find a traditional German beer in his new home.

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We at Cosmos plan to be on the forefront of brewing greatness. From old-world styles to modern techniques, our philosophy is simply universal. We have surrounded ourselves with local and international inspirations and continue to develop our craft.

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“There are so many breweries opening in ‘nowhere’ places for no reason, Cuyuna is a ‘somewhere’ place with a reason,” explained Nick. “The people of this region are wonderful and supportive. This community is definitely a community we want to be part of.”

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Dangerous Man's taproom was formerly a bank that resided on the corner of 13th Avenue and 2nd Street in Northeast Minneapolis. The tall pillars reminiscent of a bank are still in place today, as well as a iron bank door that can be seen in the southwest corner of the taproom.

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Built in 1883 by Leonard Day, a local flour milling and lumber industry entrepreneur, our building was named after Day and his ownership of the entire city block surrounding it. In the 19th century, it was trendy to name the first building on the block after its owner- our very own vanity license plate, if you will.

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180 miles north of the Twin Cities and 65 miles east of Fargo may look like a strange place to brew great beer at first blush, but tiny (Pop. 3,000) Perham MN is home to Disgruntled Brewing. And Disgruntled is all about brewing great world-class beer.

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This is not taproom business as usual. You’ll find an inspiring and warm space to enjoy FINNEGANS expanding portfolio of charitably delicious beers.

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Our story begins, as many great stories do, in a biergarten in Bavaria. Two bier lovers sit across from each other in the pleasant sunshine, lamenting the lack of biergartens back home in the states.

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Craving a place they could enjoy a craft-brewed beer, nice glass of wine, organic food and live music year-round, Jeff and Susan Gecas opened The Gun Flint Tavern on May 22, 1998 in the old Grand Marais State Bank building.

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Craving a place they could enjoy a craft-brewed beer, nice glass of wine, organic food and live music year-round, Jeff and Susan Gecas opened The Gun Flint Tavern on May 22, 1998 in the old Grand Marais State Bank building.

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The Hoops Brewing Company was established in 2015 by owner Dave Hoops. After 25 years as a ground-breaking craft brewer in 3 states, Hoops knew it was time to realize his dream: Hoops Brewing in Duluth, MN.

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At some point most homebrewers begin to dream of starting their own brewery. I had always liked my beer, but I realized that there tends to be a brewer’s bias towards their own beer.

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In the Winter of 2000, co-founders William “Norm” Norman and Scott Kolby first began homebrewing together on a stove-top with a stainless pot, liquid malt extract, a few specialty grains crushed by a rolling pin, pellet hops and dry yeast.

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We are a family owned and operated brewery in New Ulm, Minnesota. Our story began in 1860 when August Schell, a German immigrant, couldn’t find a traditional German beer in his new home.

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Way back in 1986, before craft brewing was even cool, Summit Brewing Company Founder and President Mark Stutrud set out in St. Paul, Minnesota, to make craft beers inspired by old-world brewing traditions and ingredients.

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We are a family owned and operated brewery in New Ulm, Minnesota. Our story began in 1860 when August Schell, a German immigrant, couldn’t find a traditional German beer in his new home.

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Nestled on the banks of Bassett Creek between the Harrison & Bryn Mawr neighborhoods of northwestern Minneapolis, Utepils’ 18,000 square foot site features an iconic taproom, relaxing outdoor beer garden, and a full scale craft brewery unlike any other.