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Growlers, Cowlers, tours and more inside the best taprooms of the Twin Cities.
Growlers, Cowlers, tours and more inside the best taprooms of the Twin Cities.
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The Essential Guide to Twin Cities Taprooms

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Growlers, Cowlers, tours and more inside the best taprooms of the Twin Cities.
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To say that the Twin Cities beer scene has exploded over the past few years is a vast understatement. Since the Surly Bill was signed into law six years ago, making it legal for breweries to serve pints of their own beer on-site, taprooms have rapidly been opening all over the place with even more opening all the time.

This essential list includes Twin Cities breweries that are a reasonable drive from the metro area and currently offer on-premise sales of pints of their own beers. That means we’ve left off brewpubs who serve their own beer plus guest beers, wine, and spirits (including places like Town Hall, Day Block, and Northbound Smokehouse) and also breweries that only offer tours, growler sales, and/or samples or have yet to open an official taproom.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. 10K Brewing

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2005 2nd Ave
Anoka, MN 55303

A brother and sister team opened 10K Brewing in the summer of 2015 in downtown Anoka. The three-barrel brewhouse produces styles including a Belgian-style Hefeweizen, a Belgian Blond, and a smoked Baltic Porter which are available to take home in growlers. Official tours are not a thing but if you ask nicely, they'll show you around.

2. Alloy Brewing

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2700 Coon Rapids Blvd NW
Coon Rapids, MN 55433

Coon Rapids’ first brewery opened in June of this year and originated as a home brewing hobby among friends. It has since morphed into a beautiful facility in an area that was thirsty for a great taproom. The former automotive garage was remodeled by the owners themselves and fulfills their goal of making quality craft beer more accessible to the suburbs. Tours are offered at 12:30 on Saturdays and Sundays on a first-come, first-served basis.

3. HammerHeart Brewing Company

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7785 Lake Dr
Lino Lakes, MN 55014
(651) 964-2160
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HammerHeart opened in the summer of 2013 and produces a large number of smoked beers inspired by Norse and Celtic history including Surtr's Flame, a smoked IPA and Thor's Porter, a smoked hot pepper imperial porter. The Scandinavian metal-centric brewery and taproom is located in Lino Lakes just a short 30 minutes away from the Twin Cities. Food trucks stop by most Saturdays and growlers are available for purchase.

4. Omni Brewing Co

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9462 Deerwood Ln N
Maple Grove, MN 55369

Omni Brewing opened its doors in the fall of 2015 in Maple Grove after a successful Kickstarter campaign. Situated in an industrial park about two miles north of the Arbor Lakes shopping district, Omni offers nine beers on tap and recently opened a dog-friendly patio a few weeks ago. Omni brings in food trucks on weekends (but food can be brought in), and also offers yoga, bean bag and cribbage leagues, and live music most days.

5. Big Wood Brewing

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2222 4th St
White Bear Lake, MN 55110

Although the beer first hit shelves in 2012, White Bear Lake's Big Wood Brewery taproom opened in February of 2014. The award-winning Morning Wood coffee stout, Bark Bite IPA, and Udder Milk Stout are a few beers you'll find on tap. Growlers, merchandise, and brewery tours are all available at the taproom plus open mic comedy nights.

6. Maple Island Brewing Company

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225 Main St N
Stillwater, MN 55082
(612) 741-9640
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Located in the historic Maple Island Creamery building on Main Street in downtown Stillwater, Maple Island Brewing opened in September 2014 with a taproom patio overlooking the St Croix River. Pints, flights, and growlers are available with options like White Butt IPA or I Scream Brew, a beer made with 60 lbs of Nelson's chocolate, peanut better, and caramel ice cream. Live music takes place most nights complete with free popcorn. If more food is needed, there's an ordering system at the taproom from neighboring Victoriano's Pizza delivery.

7. Lift Bridge Brewing Company

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1900 Tower Dr W
Stillwater, MN 55082
(888) 430-2337
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Following the signing of the Surly Bill, Lift Bridge was the first brewery in Minnesota to open a taproom. Since moving into their current Stillwater location in 2010, they've seen considerable expansion over the years. At the taproom expect 6-7 beers on tap, including flagship Farm Girl Saison and specialty, seasonal beers including popular Barrel Aged Silhouette and Irish Coffee Stout. Tours are offered on weekends and growlers are available six days a week.

8. Wicked Wort

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4165 W Broadway Ave
Robbinsdale, MN 55422

Opened in January of 2016, the northwest Minneapolis suburb of Robbinsdale got its very own taproom. Located right across the street from Pig Ate My Pizza in downtown Robbinsdale, the taproom offers their one flagship beer, Birdtown Blond, on tap always and a selection of rotating experimental beers on the other nine lines. Flights and growler sales are available and food can be brought in from neighboring restaurants.

9. Bent Brewstillery

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1744 Terrace Drive
Roseville, MN 55113

Not only a brewery, Bent Brewstillery (as its name implies) also distills hard alcohol. The taproom opened in late summer of 2014 after merging with Pour Decisions Brewing earlier that year. Beers include Nordic Blonde, Dark Fatha stout, and their Funked Up sour series. If you're looking to taste the spirits at the taproom, then you must sign up for a tour. Food trucks are sporadic but food can be ordered in or brought from home, growlers are available for purchase, and trivia happens most Thursdays.

10. 56 Brewing

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3055 Columbia Ave NE
Minneapolis, MN 55418
(612) 404-0056
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56 opened its new two-story tap room in May, almost exactly two years after the start of brewing and is an exciting addition to Northeast’s brewing community. The expanded space also offers an expanded tap line, from six to 16. Head there on Monday nights for Pinball Pint Night and get $1.00 in quarters with a first beer purchase. Or rock out on Tuesdays at their Metal Vinyl Night. A membership program for beer discounts, swag, event invites and a variety of other perks are available.

Sharing a beer outside 56 Brewing. Photo courtesy Facebook 56 Brewing / Facebook

11. Fair State Brewing Cooperative

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2506 Central Ave NE
Minneapolis, MN 55418
(612) 293-5231
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In the fall of 2014, Minnesota's first brewery co-op opened along Central Avenue in Northeast Minneapolis. Fair State has received accolades as one of RateBeer's top new breweries in the world and is best known for their lactobacillus-soured series. Growler fills are available, trivia takes place on Wednesdays, and occasionally there will be food trucks at the taproom but patrons can hit up neighboring El Taco Riendo and Parkway Pizza.

12. Sociable Cider Werks

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1500 Fillmore St NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
(612) 758-0105
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Not technically a cidery, Sociable offers up both beers and graffs, an apple-based alcohol product that is not quite cider since hops and grains are added to provide bitterness and body. The taproom opened in December of 2013 and is located in the brew district of Northeast Minneapolis. Chef Ian Gray's food truck, The Curious Goat, has a residency at Sociable's taproom with a rotating section of menu items featuring locally-sourced ingredients.

13. Indeed Brewing Company

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711 15th Ave NE, Ste 102
Minneapolis, MN 55413
(612) 843-5090
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Indeed Brewing Company was founded in 2012 and one of the first to open in the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District. The taproom offers beers including the flagship Day Tripper Pale Ale, specialty beers from the Derailed Series, and the Wooden Soul series of wild, sour, and barrel-aged beer. They've since expanded into an adjacent space and are open five days a week. Food trucks are a staple, growlers available and check out the super popular annual taproom events, Hullabaloo and Whirlygig.

14. Dangerous Man Brewing Co

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1300 2nd St NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
(612) 209-2626
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Located on the corner of 13th Avenue and 2nd Street in Northeast Minneapolis, Dangerous Man opened its doors back in early 2013 and has already seen expansion. The taproom-only model (no distribution) added an adjoining growler shop to meet the huge demand for beer and growlers. With Anchor Fish & Chips across the street and the highly anticipated Young Joni (from Ann Kim of Pizzeria Lola) going in nearby, there are plenty of food options to pair with DMBC's Chocolate Milk Stout or Peanut Butter Porter.

15. Bauhaus Brew Labs

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1315 Tyler St NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
(612) 276-6911
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Bauhaus Brew Labs and taproom opened in Northeast Minneapolis in Spring of 2014 and offers mostly German style lagers. Year round beers include Sky Five IPA and Wonderstuff, a Bohemian style pilsner plus seasonal and rotating beers. The colorful outdoor patio is huge and food trucks, live music, bag toss, and trivia are staples at the taproom. Growlers are available for purchase and tours are held the first Saturday of the month with online sign up.

16. Boom Island Brewing Company

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2014 Washington Ave N
Minneapolis, MN 55411
(612) 227-9635
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Boom Island Brewing Company began in 2011 on the shores of the Mississippi but then moved to a larger, more taproom conducive space five blocks away and has been pouring pints since early 2014. Boom Island beers are of the Belgian style including the HooDoo Dubbel and Brimstone Tripel. During happy hour, all flagship beers sell for $3 in the Boom Room (taproom) and growlers are available for purchase.

17. Able Seedhouse + Brewery

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1121 Quincy St NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
(612) 405-4642
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Northeast Minneapolis is home to yet another taproom with the addition of Able Seedhouse + Brewery. This brewery's beer will eventually focus on brewing with locally grown and malted grain. Until then, Able is brewing its beers with commercial grains and creating styles including a wheat pale ale, red ale, and stout.

18. 612 Brew

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945 Broadway St NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
(612) 217-0437
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Opened in February 2013, Northeast's 612 was one of the first on the scene when the initial batch of taprooms started opening up in the Twin Cities. The taproom offers flagships like Unrated, a rye IPA, and Gateway Park, a pre-prohibition lager, plus rotating seasonal beers available in flights, pints, and growlers. Food trucks stop by every day the taproom is open and they've got a big outdoor space for live music. An event space called The Cellar is available for private parties on site and tours are offered every other Sunday.

19. Northgate Brewing

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783 Harding St NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
(612) 354-2858
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Originally brewing for two years out of a tiny space in Northeast Minneaplis (now where 56 Brewing is located), Northgate Brewing moved into its current location on Harding Street in October of 2014. Food trucks stop by often, growlers are available for purchase, and they happen to be located next-door to Wander North Distillery's cocktail lounge. Northgate's taproom is also a gathering spot for Minnesota United fans to congregate and drink beers like Wall's End Brown Ale and Parapet ESB before heading to Blaine for tailgating and soccer-watching.

20. Pryes Brewing Company

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1401 West River Road North
Minneapolis, MN 55411

On the banks of the Mississippi River sits Pryes Brewing’s new taproom. The 6,000 square foot space offers a patio with river views, a parlor, a lounge and a court dedicated to the magical sport of Feather Bowling. That’s a new one. Customers will want to be sure to visit with an empty stomach and take advantage of the food menu serving Red Wagon Pizza on site, which matches perfectly with the brewery’s signature American IPAs.

21. Insight Brewing Company

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2821 E Hennepin Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55413
(612) 722-7222
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Insight opened their taproom in late 2014 but then went through a major re-branding less than a year later. The Yuzu Pale Ale became Hell Chicken and packaging became more cohesive. The taproom, located just west of Highway 280 off Hennepin Avenue, also serves up Troll Way IPA or special seasonal offerings like the Phantom Taxi Double IPA and Gravity Well imperial stout. Tours are by reservation only and food trucks stop by often.

22. Headflyer Brewing

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861 E Hennepin Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55414

One of Northeast’s newest breweries is named for its slogan “take a flyer,” to invite customers to step out of the ordinary. HeadFlyer opened its doors with a big emphasis on hops and a number of their brews are not short on the IBUs. The taproom itself has a sleek, modern feel to it and an assortment of tubed neon lights. Visitors can enjoy a thrilling visit to Mission Manor Escape Room, located directly downstairs from the taproom.

23. Inbound BrewCo

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701 N 5th St
Minneapolis, MN 55401
(612) 615-8243
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Inbound BrewCo opened their 12,000 square foot North Loop taproom in late April but Inbound has been around since 2011...sort of. Minnetonka's formerly named Lucid Brewing Company is now North Loop Brewing Company and has launched a new brand-slash-taproom experience called Inbound BrewCo. The new taproom is super close to Target Field, has 100 indoor seats, a huge bar, an outdoor patio, and offers a variety of North Loop Brewing beers. Food trucks and live music frequent the brewery and the taproom is open daily from noon until midnight.

24. Modist Brewing Co

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505 N 3rd St
Minneapolis, MN 55401
(612) 454-0258
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Perhaps one of the newest to the list, Modist held its grand opening in mid-April of 2016. The 18,000 square foot brewery and taproom is in prime location in the North Loop, just steps from Target Field. Growlers can be filled (if you bring your own in) with beer like Toats and Phresh and you can even become a Modist Maker. By giving the brewery $500 up front, you'll get a $600 gift card, priority access to limited beer, a t-shirt, and a tour for you and ten friends.

25. Fulton Brewing Company

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414 6th Ave N
Minneapolis, MN 55401
(612) 333-3208
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Fulton, Minneapolis's first official taproom, opened in March of 2012 just steps from Target Field. The brewery has since expanded into a secondary production facility in Northeast Minneapolis, added a canning line, and continues expanding into new markets. The taproom opens 2 hours prior to Twins home games and you can expect to see cask beers every Thursday. Check out food trucks, live music, and tours which are offered most Saturdays,

26. Clockwerks Brewing

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25 N 4th St
Minneapolis, MN 55401
(612) 339-9375
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The downtown Minneapolis brewery and taproom opened in fall of 2016 and specializes in providing craft session ales steps away from the theaters, stadiums and other hot spots of downtown Minneapolis. Clockwerks primarily serves lagers and sessional ales, but always has seasonal beers on tap for variety. They also support the homebrew community by permanently dedicating one tap to recipes submitted by local homebrewers. The taproom is full of steampunk aesthetic, comfy vintage furniture and free pool on a table they found in their building’s basement.

27. Utepils Brewing Co.

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225 Thomas Ave N
Minneapolis, MN 55405

Pronounced “OOH-ta-pilz,” the 18,000 square foot taproom is one of the biggest in the state. The name is a Norwegian word translating to enjoying the first beer in the sunshine after a long, dark winter. Every detail of the taproom, including multiple tributes to Regensburg, Germany, is designed to make visitors feel like they’re in a European city square. The lighting and the openness of the massive taproom gives it an outdoor feel to help escape Minnesota winters. An 11,000 square foot beer garden is on hand as well to enjoy the actual sunshine.

28. Surly Brewing Company

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520 Malcolm Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414
(763) 999-4040
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Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Surly now has dual locations. The original Brooklyn Center location is still kicking out beer with larger batches coming out of their Prospect Park destination brewery, which opened in late 2014. The new brewery has two restaurants from nationally acclaimed chef Jorge Guzeman. The beer hall offers up burgers, pretzels, and charcuterie, but also there's a restaurant upstairs called Brewer's Table offering a finer dining, tasting menu experience.

29. Sisyphus Brewing

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712 Ontario Ave W
Minneapolis, MN 55403

Sisyphus held its taproom grand opening in June of 2014. The brewery, located near the Walker Art Center and Dunwoody Institute gained local attention after a successful Kickstarter campaign for a mural on their building was defaced just a few months later. The taproom offers flights or pints with a side of comedy on Thursdays and trivia on Wednesdays.

30. Bang Brewing Company

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2320 Capp Rd, Saint Paul
MN, 55114
(651) 243-2264
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Opened in fall of 2013 along St. Paul's central corridor, Bang is a dedicated organic brewery inside a prefabricated grain bin. Bang offers a number of four-lettered beers on tap including This, a fresh hop beer, and That, a dark mild ale. Food trucks Foxy Falafal and Ngon Bistro make regular appearances at the bin. Growlers are available for purchase and the taproom recently debuted a brand new patio and outdoor space.

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31. FINNEGANS Headquarters

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619 S 10th St
Minneapolis, MN 55404

The final beam of the nonprofit brewery’s dream facility, taproom and hotel dubbed a ‘brewtel’ was signed and installed on August 8, 2017. Finnegans’ headquarters promises to be the first of its kind once it opens just blocks from U.S. Bank Stadium, which makes sense for a ‘one of a kind’ brewery. Finnegans donates 100% of its profits towards feeding the hungry. The Finnegans Reverse Food Truck can be found at many events accepting both food and cash donations.

32. Wayzata BrewWorks

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249 Grove Ln E
Wayzata, MN 55391

Opened just this past spring, Wayzata Brew Works is located on prime real estate just steps from Lake Minnetonka. Beers offered include a Kolsch, Chocolate Stout, and even a Shandy (their lager infused with strawberry lemonade). A distillery may be on the horizon with a planned partnership with nearby 6Smith. Food offerings include pizza and soft pretzels and bringing in food or ordering from nearby restaurants is encouraged.

33. Urban Growler Brewing Company

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2325 Endicott St
Saint Paul, MN 55114
(612) 501-1128
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Minnesota first ever women-owned and -operated brewery open its doors in late summer 2014 along St. Paul's central corridor. Head brewer, Deb Loch brews traditional beers including the CowBell Cream Ale but also features her Plow to Pint series which focuses on local ingredients and the farmers that produce them. Urban Growler was one of the first taprooms with in-house food offerings including burgers, sandwiches, soups and salads, and even desserts.

34. Lakes & Legends

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1368 Lasalle Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55403

The 12,000-square-foot brewery on the first floor of a luxury apartment building on Lasalle Avenue near Loring Park in downtown Minneapolis focuses on Belgian-style beers. Opened in late 2015, Lakes and Legends produces beers including the Harmony Farm Saison and the St. Gail raspberry braggot and also has a "farm to bottle" series which utilizes locally farmed ingredients to infuse beers. Food trucks, live music, trivia, and bag toss are all on the events calendar most days, and growlers are available for purchase.

35. BlackStack Brewing

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755 Prior Ave N
Saint Paul, MN 55104
(612) 369-2934
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The family-run brewery opened its doors in March 2017 a few blocks North of University Avenue and the Green Line. BlackStack has more than 20,000 square feet to work with and have used much of it to create a beautiful and massive taproom for its customers. The rustic brick building they call home fuses Saint Paul industrial history on its exterior with a modernized and hip feel on the inside. A trip to BlackStack can also include a round of mini golf at the wonderfully bizarre Can Can Wonderland next door.

36. Flat Earth Brewing Company

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688 Minnehaha Ave E
Saint Paul, MN 55106
(651) 698-1945
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Founded in 2007, St. Paul's Flat Earth Brewing Company began its days in a smaller facility on Benson Avenue (near Pearson's Candy) and has since relocated into the former Hamm's Brewing complex on the city's Eastside. Flat Earth opened its taproom only last year and now offers pints of beers like the flagship Cygnus X-1 Porter and Northwest Passage IPA. The brewery is open from noon to 6:30 p.m. every day for growler sales and the taproom is open 6-days a week offering trivia, live music, and food trucks on certain days.

37. Burning Brothers Brewing

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1750 Thomas Ave
Saint Paul, MN 55104
(651) 444-8882
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Burning Brothers is the first and only dedicated gluten free brewery in the Twin Cities. Located in St. Paul's central corridor, the taproom opened in April of 2014 with its Pyro pale ale and has since added a coffee strong ale and IPA among others gluten free options. Food trucks typically stop by on Fridays and Saturdays and growlers are available for purchase.

38. Lake Monster Brewing

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550 Vandalia St
Saint Paul, MN 55114

Lake Monster open its taproom back in December of 2015 but has been contract brewing and packaging out of Wisconsin since fall 2013. The taproom is located just north of Hwy 94 off Vandalia in a spacious taproom and offers up year round beers including the Calhoun Claw Pilsener and Empty Rowboat IPA but also newer offerings like the Unteathered Sour Brown and the Murmur Milk Stout. Food trucks stop by almost daily and if you're looking to get fit, they offer yoga and a pint most Saturday and Sunday mornings.

39. Barrel Theory Beer Company

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248 7th St E
Saint Paul, MN 55101
(651) 600-3422
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Everything in this Lowertown brewery from the floor, to the bar, to the tap handles, to the ceiling joists is exposed, dark and beautiful wood. The quality of the atmosphere is echoed by the beer. Co-Founder Brett Splinter was once director of technology at Surly, but left to form his own place in Barrel Theory which opened summer 2017. Splinter envisions brewing beers aged in bourbon, wine, virgin and other barrels at a certain point. As the barrel aging will take time and patience, unaged styles are available on tap including an array of IPAs guaranteed to satisfy any hops lover.

40. Tin Whiskers Brewing Co.

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125 9th St E Ste 127
Saint Paul, MN 55101
(651) 330-4734
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Founded by electrical engineers, Tin Whiskers opened its taproom in June of 2014 right in the heart of downtown St. Paul. Food options are solid with Black Sheep Pizza, Sawatdee, and Key's Cafe located next door to pair with the brewery's Wheatstone Bridge or Tequila Barrel Aged Watts Wheat Wine which they released in honor of their 2nd anniversary. Yoga, trivia, and game nights are abundant at the taproom and growlers are available to take beer home.

41. LynLake Brewery

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2934 Lyndale Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55408
(612) 224-9682
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LynLake Brewery is located, you guessed it, in the LynLake neighborhood (at 29th and Lyndale) in a historic 100-year old theater complete with neon marquee and a kickass rooftop patio. The taproom opened in the fall of 2014 and offers flagship beers, seasonals, casks, nitros, plus Big Watt cold press on tap. They've partnered with some local restaurants for food options (World Street Kitchen, Taco Cat, among others), offer growlers, occasional tours, and trivia and bingo nights.

42. Eastlake Craft Brewery

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920 E Lake St #123
Minneapolis, MN 55407

Situated in a corner of East Lake Street's Midtown Global Market, Eastlake Brewery took advantage of a space among the likes of Manny's Tortas, Hot Indian Foods, and the recently added Taco Cat. They've been brewing “post-modern American and traditional English ales” on a 7 barrel system which runs off 100% wind energy since opening less than two years ago. Eastlake offers happy hour deals every weekday from 2-5pm (with $2 off beers), music, Twins game deals, and growler sales 7-days a week.

43. 12welve Eyes Brewing

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141 4th St E Ste LL2
Saint Paul, MN 55101

Located in Lowertown’s historic Pioneer Endicott building, 12welve Eyes was founded by three thick-glasses wearing childhood best friends. The taproom and the brews are both all about intimacy. Hardwood floors and low hanging ceilings give the 12welve Eyes taproom a cozy and unique feel. The brewers already have collaboration efforts in the works on a stout featuring chocolate from Legacy Chocolates, and with the Minnesota Museum of American Art on another effort. Just blocks away from Tin Whiskers and Barrel Theory, 12welve Eyes is the latest addition to Lowertown’s booming brewery scene.

44. Steel Toe Brewing

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4848 W 35th St
Saint Louis Park, MN 55416
(952) 955-9965
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St. Louis Park's Steel Toe Brewery opened its doors in August 2011 and as a taproom in early 2013. They've since expanded the taproom into an adjacent space to meet the growing demand for pints and growlers but remain a relatively small production facility by design. At the taproom, pints are available of a variety of beers including two of the best beers in Minnesota—Size 7 IPA and Size 4 session ale.

45. Bad Weather Brewing Company

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414 7th St W
Saint Paul, MN 55102

Although Bad Weather has been brewing out of a shared space in Minnetonka since 2013, their shiny new taproom and production brewery headed east to the West 7th neighborhood of St. Paul and opened in late 2015. The new, larger space allows for more styles of beer to be produced like the Climate Change series (which modifies existing beers by creating infusions or adding ingredients) flagships Windvane, nitro options, plus house-made sodas. Hours may vary when Wild home games take place up the street and but you can also find trivia, food trucks, and arcade games which allow for plenty to do while hanging at the taproom.