Dangerous Man just opened their growler room where you can buy the typical 64 oz. jug, a 750 ml version, or a Crowler which is a 750 ml can of beer. The space is beautiful from floor to ceiling where even the point of sale devices are dressed in rich wooden encasements which came from Portland.
The neighborhood brewery also just released their Cabernet barrel-aged Belgian Dark Strong Ale in bottles. The brew itself weighs in at over 11% ABV and is not available on tap so you’ll want to act immediately on this one. Your best bet is to grab two of them and drink one fresh over the holidays, then cellar the other one.
Rob, Sarah, and family put their blood, sweat, and tears into this project and it has paid off, no doubt.
Bauhaus is now available in Duluth. The Schwandt family has brought their four lovely “haus” beers Wonderstuff, Stargrazer, Wagon Party, and Sky-Five up north which they’ve intended to do all along. You’ll be able to find them in liquor stores and on tap around town. The move makes sense for many reasons including the fact that there just aren’t many craft lagers out there aside from Schell’s—and Bauhaus has done a great job of tinkering with traditional recipes and putting their own spin on them.
Bauhaus will also be releasing their winter seasonal called Winterloper. This Baltic Porter will warm you up with its 8% ABV with flavors of dried fruit and roasty malts. The beer is set for release next week (Nov 23rd) and will be available in 22 oz. bottles and on draft at the tap room.
Indeed is set to release the fifth installment of their Wooden Soul series which is aptly named Wooden Soul #5. For folks that like sour beers, this series is killing it big time. This version utilizes apple juice to play with the funky sourness and the tannins from the wooden barrels. You’ll want to grab one of these in the taproom before they run out.