Tag beer

Your Morning Coffee

Strib: “My number one, number two and three obstacle to growing my business is the U.S. government.” Busted at MSP customs with $20,000 in undeclared cash. PiPress: Skyway bike cops! MPR [via MinnPost]: Opposition to change in tiered-house law could… Continue Reading →

Surly’s Big News

Surly blew up the local interwebs yesterday with some super big news: they’re planning a $20 million “destination brewery” and event space with 60,000 square feet for a roof top beer garden, restaurant and a 30 foot bar. That’s a deluxe deal. More… Continue Reading →

Beer Dabbler is Back

The 2nd Annual Beer Dabbler is back at the Winter Carnival, January 29th. It’s $25 in advance and $35 day-of but that’s worth it for a day of craft and micro-brew tasting and a pint glass to keep.  Plus, this… Continue Reading →

Happy Cinco de Drinko!

¬°Felicidades! Sure, many of us celebrated last Sunday, but today is officially Cinco de Mayo, May 5th. “Happy Cinco De Mayo,” writes North of Mpls, “a holiday of little significance in Mexico!!” It‚Äôs really just a ploy to sell you… Continue Reading →

Heavy Table: Let’s Grab a Beer

… but where? Heavy Table provides a flowchart to make that sometimes-difficult decision-making much easier to accomplish. Import or domestic? Craft or macro? So many choices (but too few in St. Paul!)

What if a Beer Could also Hydrate?

When I saw the PiPress headline “Minnesota Senate supports watered-down beer ban at TCF Bank Stadium” I honestly thought they were considering selling watered down beer at the stadium. Granted, it was rather late, and I was working on three… Continue Reading →

Nordeast BEER

Ok. Ok. So have you tried the new Grain Belt Nordeast yet? What’s the word? City Pages HotDish: Grain Belt Nordeast hits Northeast kare11.com: New Grain Belt Nordeast beer wcco.com: Grain Belt’s New Brew A Tribute To ‘Nordeast‘ Strib: Prost!… Continue Reading →

Does Twitter Make You Drink?

Disclaimer: We do not take responsibility for any hunger pangs or thirst created during the watching of the video. KARE-11 does a story on local companies using social media. The stars: Surly and Punch Pizza.

It’s Friday, Have a Brewskie

Rich Goldsmith starts his Fox News career with a Stout roundup. “What the onset of a long winter calls for, of course, is a well-poured pint of stout,” he writes. “Stouts are made to be sipped and savored while lingering… Continue Reading →

Grain Belt Sign for Sale

That inappropriately-located-by-a-high-school Grain Belt sign is on the market. Already refurbished for $125K 20 years ago, the sellers are hoping to find someone willing to light the sign again. This deal has Schubert Theater written all over it — does… Continue Reading →

© 2022 Secrets of the City — Powered by WordPress

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑