Minnesota Brewery and Taproom Guide
The giant list of Minnesota Breweries.
Located in the former horse stables of the Stahlmann and Schmidt breweries.
3036 Minnehaha Ave., Mpls.
There’s a hippy-trippy live music vibe and a lot of good Belgian-style beers at this midtown brewery and tap room.
One of the new kids, hidden in the shadows of the Northrup King building, the taproom boasts a long, long, long wood bar and a decent patio.
Jack Pine Brewery
7942 College Rd., Baxter
Established in 1994 in Duluth, LSB has four year-round beers, a handful of specialty/seasonal brews, and a surprisingly awesome root beer.
It’s your taproom up at the cabin! Leech Lake beers are unfiltered, unpasteurized, and naturally carbonated.
Just outside of Stillwater’s downtown, this taproom/brewery hosts lots of food and music events.
6020 Culligan Way, Minnetonka
Two scientists launched Lucid, which offers tours. Cost is $2 donation to Lake Minnetonka conservation or two cans of non-perishable food for the food shelves.
1119 Center St., North Mankato
Mankato’s first production brewery since 1967.
Please note this list does not include brewpubs.