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Surly unveils new Minneapolis brewery renderings

Posted by: Eric Roper Updated: June 24, 2013 - 1:56 PM

Craft beer brewer Surly has released new images of their long-anticipated "destination brewery," which will soon be built in Minneapolis' Prospect Park neighborhood.

The images were unveiled Sunday night at the company's seventh anniversary party. The company purchased the 8.3 acre site on Malcolm Avenue and 5th Street SE this April, and have said they could be brewing there by 2014.

The $20 million facility is expected to feature a brewery, a bar and an event center. Here are the renderings, courtesy of HGA Architects:

The exterior image is a stark contrast to the more colorful rendering of a taller building that Surly released as they pushed for a state law change to make the facility possible. Here is a before and after:

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