Minnesota Brewery and Taproom Guide
The giant list of Minnesota Breweries.
A farmland brewery that grows its own hops and barley, it throws a weekend long camp out braufest in June and is open for tours every Saturday.
Castle Danger Brewery
3067 E. Castle Danger Rd., Two Harbors
Cold Spring Brewing Company
219 Red River Ave. N., P.O. Box 376, Cold Spring
Around since 1874, it’s of the oldest breweries in the state. Many local beers that don’t have a brewery of their own are contract-brewed here.
The newest edition to the Northeast tap scene, Dangerous Man's taproom in the old Northeast Bank Building often fills up fast. Lots of good brews (some more creative than others), like a hemp beer for 4/20. The taproom also has takeout menus from surrounding restaurants such as Element Woodfire Grill and Anchor Fish and Chips.
211 E. 2nd St., Duluth
Just off Main Street in the cute lakeside town, this no-frills brewery has a very chill, friendly vibe.
Bringing a non-perishable food item for the food shelf gets you in on the brewery tour, plus check out Unfiltered Fridays and Food Truck Saturdays.
414 6th Ave. N., Mpls.
The first taproom in Minneapolis, Fulton draws a young crowd from the shadows of Target Field.
Please note this list does not include brewpubs.