UMN and Urban Growler team up to save the rainforest

Not every beer has the lofty goal of saving the rainforest, but that’s precisely what the University of Minnesota and St. Paul’s Urban Growler Brewing Company aimed to do with two recent beer releases. Their collaboration centers around the rámon nut, a seed that grows in tropical forests in Central America, South America, and the … [ Read more]

Rails & Ales: Light Rail Brewery Crawl is back

Rails & Ales: Light Rail Brewery Crawl is back for a third year, and now includes a dozen breweries, the organizer, GetKnit Events, announced via press release. The crawl takes place via Metro Transit’s Green Line Light Rail on Saturday, August 27, from 11am–6pm, and hits up the following breweries: Inbound BrewCo Modist Brewing Fulton Beer Day … [ Read more]

Urban Growler tapping “cold hopped” cream ale

When a Wisconsinite asks you for the Metro’s closest approximation to New Glarus Spotted Cow, a solid bet is to point them towards Urban Growler‘s Cowbell Cream Ale. Now, one of their newest releases is taking that solid foundation, and getting hoppy with it. Their Hayloft Series™ Cold Hopped Imperial Cream Ale is a cross … [ Read more]

Urban Growler on Grand Opening, Carnitas, and more

Urban Growler Brewing Co. has announced an official grand opening. On Wednesday, August 27th, they’ll host Mayor Coleman, plus live music on the patio, special beers, giveaways and more. We caught up with Deb Loch and Jill Pavlak (second and third from left, respectively) to get the details. Current Taproom Hours: Urban Growler has been soft … [ Read more]

Faces Of The Green Line

Every face tells a story. Written in every smile, wrinkle, scar and dimple, our faces show who we are and where we’ve been.  In our travels along the new Green Line LRT corridor, we’ve spoken with business owners about the impact of transit development on their neighborhood and livelihood. We heard all kinds of opinion, … [ Read more]

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