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Comedian Nick Griffin

After nearly 18 months off the road, Comedian Nick Griffin brings laughter back to the Twin Cities for two shows at Sisyphus Brewing October 22 & 23 at 8pm. Hosted by Ellie Hino...

Comedian Nick Griffin

After nearly 18 months off the road, Comedian Nick Griffin brings laughter back to the Twin Cities for two shows at Sisyphus Brewing October 22 & 23 at 8pm. Hosted by Ellie Hino...

Autumn Brew Review Beer Fest

The air is getting cool and crisp, and it's getting us excited for a cozy #AutumnBrewReview! 🍂 It's all the best parts of an autumn day in Minnesota - plus unlimited samples of your...

RAILS & ALES: LIGHT RAIL BREWERY CRAWL

EVENT DETAILS: At GetKnit we understand the value of tradition and are honored that many of you have made Rails & Ales a yearly ritual with your friends and family since its inception in 2014....

10 Truly Dog-Friendly Patios in the Twin Cities

Looking for a place that both you and your pup will enjoy? These places will welcome you with open arms
A spread of Minnesota State Fair-inspired food awaits at the Potluck food hall in Rosedale Center

Weekend Best Bets: August 5-8

This weekend around the Twin Cities: live music, Indian dance, State Fair-inspired food, a drag show, and more

Brewing Up Justice: Minneapolis Craft Beers That Embrace Diversity

Broken Clock Brewing and Brewing Change Collaborative have united to promote racial equity in the brewing industry
Friends enjoying a beer at Indeed Brewing Co., one of many Minnesota breweries

6 Ways to Support Local Breweries During COVID-19

With taprooms, bars, and restaurants closed until May 4, Minnesota breweries need your support now more than ever
Left to right: U.S. House representative Andrew Volstead, who pushed through the act that outlawed alcoholic beverages in the United States; Surly owner and brewer Omar Ansari, who pushed through the law that allowed breweries to serve beer on-site

Minnesota’s Alcohol Laws: A Brief History

From the 100-year-old Volstead Act to arguments about 3.2 beer, here are six key moments