Back Channel Brewing wraps up Thanksgiving week with its Soviet Slayer release party.
Boom Island Brewing Company moves from Minneapolis to Minnetonka with a larger taproom and a promise of more beer.
Coffee shop cum bookstore cum taproom Cream & Amber opened in Hopkins this spring, and it’s quickly becoming a beloved local gem on the near west side of the metro.
The Lake Minnetonka-inspired microbrewery is a social hub for Excelsior, where, yes, you can get a beer, but you can also meet new friends and attend unique events throughout the year.
OMNI Brewing Company, Unmapped Brewing, Wayzata Brew Works and Back Channel Brewing offer up their best beers for summer nights.
While Minneapolis may be Minnesota’s craft beer capital, the Lake Minnetonka area is a hub in its own right, with plenty of great local options.
We’ve all seen suggested beer and food pairings, but how about beer and books?
Go inside Hopkins’ newest hot spot for books and beer—all run by women.
We’ve rounded up the best ways to celebrate Oktoberfest, that quintessentially German tradition, around Lake Minnetonka. Prost!