Castle Danger Brewery’s Taproom Grand Opening set for August 15 & 16

Castle Danger Brewery's New Taproom // Photo courtesy of Christian Dalbec Photography

Castle Danger Brewery’s New Taproom // Photo courtesy of Christian Dalbec Photography

Castle Danger Brewery, formerly a 3 bbl production brewery located at Castle Haven Cabins, officially moved its brewing operations to the newly built 10,000 sq ft. brewery space located in downtown Two Harbors this July. The expansion included a new 30 bbl brewhouse and 60 bbl fermenters, increasing their production exponentially. Now, they’re are ready to announce the Grand Opening of the 2,000 sq ft taproom on August 15 & 16.

Castle Danger's Former Brewery

Castle Danger’s Former Brewery

Castle Danger's New Brewery

Castle Danger’s New Brewery

Clint and Jamie Macfarlane began the brewery as a complementary business to the resort they owned and operated. Located on the banks of Lake Superior in Castle Danger, Minnesota, they quickly outgrew their small brewing system and began the plans for expanding. The expansion project began back on November 1, 2013 on the former parking lot, which was originally owned by the railroad and subsequently the YMCA until 1962.

The Grand Opening party will be a two-day event and will be filled with beer, food, live music, games, and brewery tours. On Friday, August 15 the taproom will be open from 3–11pm. On Saturday, August 16 the taproom will be open from noon–11pm. For more information visit Castle Danger’s Taproom Grand Opening event page.

About Brian Kaufenberg

Brian Kaufenberg is the editor-in-chief of The Growler Magazine.

Speak Your Mind