Steel Toe Size 7 $6.50
Great IPA from St Louis Park
Bauhaus Wonderstuff Pilsner $6.50
(NE Minneapolis, 5.4 ABV, 16 oz)
Fantastic family owned brewery in NE Minneapolis that is turning out some great crisp and refreshing brews. Wonderstuff is a great clean beer that gives you the crispness of a pilsner with a touch of hops.
Blue Moon $5.75
(Colorado, 5.4 ABV, 16 oz)
Tasty Belgian wit beer, brewed with Valencia oranges and coriander. Hops are very subtle and let the spices and orange shine. Bit of a lemony wheat and zesty yeast for the finish.
Coors Light $4.75
(Colorado, 4.2 ABV, 16 oz)
Cold and crisp from the cold Rocky Mountain water. There is a reason why this is the #1 beer in MN. Goes down ice cold and refreshing.
Deschutes Fresh Squeezed IPA $6.75
(Oregon, 6.4 ABV, 16 oz)
Using a heavy helping of Citra and Mosaic hops make this a nice tropical treat. This beer changed the IPA market by itself and MN helped by drinking more Fresh Squeezed then the state of Oregon has. See why this is such a popular beer.
Fulton Lonely Blonde $5.75
(North Loop Minneapolis, 4.8 ABV, 16 oz)
Sometimes simple really is best. Very even brew throughout, with a great crispness. Nice amount of wheat combined with some great German hops help make one of the standards of MN craft brewing scene.
Grain Belt Premium $4.75
(New Ulm, MN, 4.6 ABV, 16 oz)
Minnesota’s friendly beer. Slightly sweet, crisp drinkable pilsner similar to PBR but here you get to keep your money in MN vs sending it to LA. Not to mention you are sitting in the original home of Grain Belt.
Modist Dreamyard IPA $7.50
(North Loop Minneapolis, 7.1 ABV, 16 oz)
A hazy juicy delight of an IPA from one of the masters of the style in MN. Utilizes only oats and wheat to produce on soft, hazy, citrus forward beer that doesn’t have the hop bitterness that many people don’t like about IPAs. This will convert even the most anti IPA beer drinkers into saying, “yeah I’ll have one more.”
Pryes Dublin Dry Irish Stout $6.50
(NE Minneapolis, 4.5 ABV, 16 oz)
Incredible Irish stout on nitro. If you like Guinness, you must try this. Smooth, chocolate and nice dry finish.
Sociable Cider Werks Freewheeler $6.25
(NE Minneapolis, 5.8 ABV, 16 oz)
Most traditional European cider that Sociable has to offer. Using Haralson, Honeycrisp, Sweetango and Topaz apples to provide a great well-rounded cider. Light, crisp, slightly tart and never overtly sweet.
Steel Toe Size 7 $6.50
(St. Louis Park, 7 ABV, 16 oz)
We might be a little biased but this might be the best IPA in MN from Bunny’s home in St. Louis Park, Big west coast styled IPA bursting with plenty of hops. Seriously, if you have never tried this and are a fan of hops there isn’t much of a choice.
Summit EPA $5.75
(St. Paul, 5.3 ABV, 16 oz)
Minnesota’s first real craft brewery starting in 1986 with this being the owners own homebrew recipe. Replaced Premium as many Minnesotan’s go to beer and still producing world class, well balanced brews. Can never go wrong with a cold pint of Extra Pale Ale.
Surly Furious $6.50
(Minneapolis, 6.6 ABV, 16 oz)
The biggest baddest craft brewery in MN outside of Schell’s and Summit. These people set the stage for MN’s booming craft scene over 10 years ago now. Big bold west coast style IPA that burst with hops. One of the highest rated IPAs in the country, if you have been sleeping on this brew do not wait any longer.
Ask your server what is currently on our rotating tap lines. One will always from MN’s great brewing scene.