Rock the Garden // Courtesy of Walker Art Center

Rock the Garden 2014 Lineup Announced

The Current's Rock the Garden show at Walker Art Center has become a perennial symbol of summer in the Twin Cities. Craft beer, locally made food, … [Read More...]


All Pints North Tickets on Sale Today at Noon

Back for a third year at beautiful Bayfront Park—Minnesota Craft Brewers Guild's All Pints North will return to the shores of Lake Superior on … [Read More...]

Beer Camp Across America // Courtesy of Sierra Nevada Brewing

Sierra Nevada Invites All U.S. Craft Breweries to a Seven-Stop, Cross-Country Beer Festival

Leave it to Sierra Nevada to start a movement in craft beer. The brewery was a major factor in the U.S. craft beer resurgence in the 1980s when there … [Read More...]

Barrel-aged Week at Minneapolis Town Hall Starts Monday [Full Beer List]

One of The Twin Cities' oldest and most renowned brewpubs, Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery will open their doors to the public tonight after closing for … [Read More...]


Farmhouse Ale-Braised Rabbit and Wild Acres Lemon Fried Chicken

Farm to table recipes presented by Dinner on the Farm.  Recipe by TJ Rawitzer The Tiny Diner and Farm is a little collaboration between farm and … [Read More...]


Craft Cider in Full Bloom

By Brian Martucci In anticipation of this year’s significantly expanded Minneapolis Cider Week—slated for late May and orchestrated by Town Hall … [Read More...]


Now Open (or Damn Close): Sisyphus Brewing

Now Open (or Damn Close) cheats death. By Brian Kaufenberg When Sisyphus cheated death for the second time, the gods sentenced him to the eternal … [Read More...]


Straight from the Source: Northbound Smokehouse Brewpub

By Doug Hoverson When taprooms began to spring up all over the state, some wondered if the brewpub model was obsolete. Why bother with all the … [Read More...]


NorthWest Canoe: Building Beautiful Boats in St. Paul’s Lowertown

By Jeremy Zoss There has always been a good deal of symbolism tied to the canoe. The Canadians have long considered it a symbol of their national identity. In John Steinbeck’s The Pearl, the canoe represents a link to cultural traditions. Canoes grace the tap handles of Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company beers. On NBC’s Parks [...]


Turn of the Seasons at Dave’s BrewFarm

An idyllic farmhouse brewery in our own backyard. By Matt Wallace Photos by Aaron Davidson Many people in the craft beer industry daydream of Belgium and Germany—far off lands that are rustic and peaceful, where the beer is brewed well in small and out of the way places, where a quiet can settle in, letting [...]

Made the Pledge

30 Days of Biking

By Patrick Stephenson In March 2010, during an especially balmy and bright Minneapolis spring, best friends Patrick Stephenson (yours truly) and Zachariah Schaap co-founded a Social Media Beast named 30 Days of Biking. The premise of 30 Days of Biking was beautifully simple: Pledge to bike every day in April, 1–30, no matter the weather, [...]