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Continued: Nightlife: Great-granddaughters revive ancestor's brewery

  • Article by: MICHAEL RIETMULDER , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Last update: July 11, 2013 - 3:34 PM

3-7 p.m., Sat., $30-$40, 21-plus, Bayfront Festival Park, Duluth, www.mncraftbrew.org

 

Further up the North Shore, Caribou Highlands Lodge hosts its third annual Hopped Up Caribou festival, with brewer meet-and-greets and beer samples. The main event is Saturday afternoon, but some weekend lodging packages at Lutsen Mountains resort are available.

3-6 p.m., Sat., $35-$40, 371 Ski Hill Rd., Lutsen, 218-663-7241, www.caribouhighlands.com

 

In-town suds heads might hit Hopkins Tavern’s second annual outdoor party, coinciding with the Hopkins Raspberry Festival. More than 20 breweries will offer samples in the alley and parking lot behind the bar.

1-4 p.m., Sat., $25 advance, 21-plus, 819 Mainstreet, Hopkins, 952-933-1230, www.hopkinstavern.com

 

Michael Rietmulder writes about bars and nightlife.

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  • Kathy Wolf Swanson, left, and her sister Pat Wolf are reviving the Joseph Wolf Brewing Co. in Stillwater after a 90-plus-year shutdown. Their great-grandfather, Joseph Wolf, and his brother, Martin, started the brewery, shown below in its original location in a photo provided by the family.

  • Historic photo of the Joseph Wolf Brewing Company

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