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Continued: Breakfast: It's what's for beer, at the Freehouse in Minneapolis

  • Article by: MICHAEL RIETMULDER , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Last update: December 13, 2013 - 11:33 AM

Advocating for all things beer and booze requires a little coin. Accordingly, consumer-driven nonprofit Minnesota Beer Activists, which has made Sunday liquor sales one of its core issues, is throwing a fundraising bash Saturday at Dangerous Man Brewing Co. Proceeds from a silent auction with tons of beer-geek-geared items will help cover the group’s operating costs. The northeast Minneapolis brewery will also be tapping a one-off beer for the event.

Noon-6 p.m. Sat. • 21-plus • 1300 NE. 2nd St., Mpls. • www.mnbeeractivists.com

Spirit of the Norse

This week Norseman Distillery became the first in a wave of upcoming Twin Cities’ small-batch spiritmakers to get product on the market. Founded by former homebrewer Scott Ervin, Norseman debuted with a vodka (available at select metro retailers) made with local grains. It plans to release a gin, a rum and eventually a whiskey. Ervin has set up his newly minted distillery in the northeast Minneapolis building that also houses gallery space CO Exhibitions.

 

Michael Rietmulder writes about bars, beer and nightlife.





 

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  • Freehouse is located at 701 Washington Av. N. in Minneapolis.

  • Michael Schmidt, right, and friends started breakfast with a Bloody Mary at Freehouse.

  • Some of the brews at Freehouse, from left: a kolsch, a blond Belgian, a porter and an IPA.

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  • At Freehouse in the North Loop, chef Breck Lawrence is bringing innovative cuisine to go with craft beers. ]richard tsong-taatarii/rtsong-taatarii@startribune.com

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