Cutting Board Class

Hossle Woodworks will demonstrate each step and when it’s time to assemble the board, you’ll pick out strips of wood and glue up your own custom designed 9″x5″ cutting board! Boards will be available for pick-up one week after the class at Broken Clock Brewing, and will be fully finished, oiled and ready for use. … [ Read more]

Pints & Pups: Bulldog Meet-Up

Calling all bulldog owners! This month’s Pints & Pups featured breed is Bulldogs! English, American & French, all are welcome! If you have one of these wonderful, wrinkled dogs, join us in the taproom on March 19th from 6-9pm to meet other sweet dogs and their owners! Farmina Pet Foods will also be in the … [ Read more]

Pi Day Celebration

Pi Day is March 14 and we will be celebrating all things Pi(e)! We will be having pi and pie related games, pie from Sarah Jane’s Bakery, and 3 new beer releases! We will be releasing: Pecan Pie Brown Ale German Chocolate Cake Sweet Stout Peach & Blackberry Pie Tart Ale Bill Green’s Bbq Co … [ Read more]

Blood Drive at Broken Clock Brewing

According to the American Red Cross, every two seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood. Broken Clock Brewing Cooperative will host a “Give a Pint, Get a Pint’ community blood drive with the American Red Cross on February 22nd from noon to 6pm. Participants who donate blood will be given a free beer token to … [ Read more]

Pints & Pups: Corgi Meet-Up

Broken Clock will be hosting a monthly dog meet up with a different breed highlighted each month. This is a great way for owners to meet and chat with other owners of the same breed and for pups to meet some friends who look just like them! Corgis will be the highlighted breed for the … [ Read more]

Northeast Arts Commune Community Pop-Up Shop

Join us on January 18th & 19th for the Northeast Arts Commune Community Pop-Up Shop. These two days will feature 30 different artists including photographers, painters, authors & sculptors. Made by creatives for creatives, The Northeast Arts Commune is a member-based, communal artistic workspace and public classroom. They look to stimulate economic growth surrounding the … [ Read more]

The Taste Test: Hazy IPA

The Growler’s editorial staff partnered with official BJCP judges in a blind tasting to determine the best Hazy IPAs in Minnesota. The results may surprise you.

Working Together: Will Hubbard’s egoless spirit defines Broken Clock Brewing Cooperative’s beers

From grocery stores and credit unions, to restaurants and apartments, all the way up a wall to bouldering gyms, Minnesotans are enamored with co-ops. Chalk it up to our state’s rich agricultural tradition, or perhaps the multitude of progressive-minded wallets in our metro areas. For Broken Clock Brewing Cooperative’s head brewer Will Hubbard, that co-op … [ Read more]

The Growler’s guide to Art-A-Whirl 2018

Spring has sprung (finally), and Northeast Minneapolis is springing into a whirlwind of a weekend—it’s the 23rd annual Art-A-Whirl. From May 18–20, thousands of people will descend on the area to browse art, tour studios and galleries, and watch artists’ creative techniques. But people need to eat, drink, and take a load-off, too, so many … [ Read more]

8 ways to celebrate American Craft Beer Week

American Craft Beer Week (ACBW) is back for a 12th year to celebrate the nation’s 5,300-plus small and independent craft breweries. Starting May 15 and running through May 21, all 50 states will be holding events from exclusive brewery tours, beer releases, beer dinners, and more. Here are just a few of the ways you can get out … [ Read more]

Now Open (Or Damn Close): Broken Clock Brewing Cooperative

Like most beer fans and homebrewers with big dreams, the collective behind Broken Clock Brewing Cooperative always thought it would be great to have their own brewery. They just didn’t know how to raise the capital while keeping community spirit at the forefront of their business. Then, one day it hit them: a co-op brewery … [ Read more]

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