Sidhe Brewing to close on Mar. 25, new brewery to open in Lowertown’s Station 4

Sidhe Brewing, a two-barrel nanobrewery operating on Payne Avenue in St. Paul’s East Side for nearly two years, announced Friday it will officially close on March 25. Co-founder and head brewer Kathleen Culhane cited the hard-to-find location and the lack of foot traffic as major factors in the decision to close Sidhe Brewing, but this isn’t the end … [ Read more]

Sídhe Brewing beers now in crowlers

This May, Sídhe Brewing celebrated the first anniversary of its nanobrewery and taproom located on Payne Avenue in St. Paul’s East Side neighborhood. While Sídhe’s beer was only available on draft and in growlers at the taproom in year one, a new packaged option is available in year two. Sídhe Brewing announced Wednesday morning that it is … [ Read more]

Sunday Growler Sales in St. Paul to Begin July 5

This weekend marks the 239th year since the U.S. declared its independence from Great Britain and the first time since Prohibition people will be able to buy beer on Sunday in Minnesota’s capital city. If that’s not cause for celebration, we don’t know what is. Cities across the state are updating their ordinances to allow … [ Read more]

Sidhe Brewing Comes to St. Paul’s East Side

Fate seems to have led Kathleen Culhane step by step through her life toward the grand opening of Sídhe Brewing in St. Paul’s Payne-Phalen neighborhood. She is a trained chemist who has worked in laboratories, built pilot ethanol plants, troubleshot mechanical systems, and managed quality control processes. Those experiences and her twenty-year homebrewing hobby have … [ Read more]