As home to the United States’ second-oldest family run brewery (which also happens to be the largest & oldest brewery in Minneapolis), the Twin Cities are already firmly entrenched as a craft beer bastion. Beer-friendly legislature meant an 81% increase in breweries between 2011 and 2012, and between that and the amazing time we had there on the Mash last year, of course we wanted to go back. Check out the lineup below.
Brooklyn Beer Here
Saturday August 9th – Friday, August 15th, varied locations: All week long during the Mash we’ll have cooking demos, beer pairings, Tap Attacks, and the chance to grab a limited-edition Mash apparel collab.
Dinner On the Farm w/ Haute Dish
Sunday, August 10th, 3pm Luster Lands Organic Farm, $55: Head to Luster Lands Organic Farm for a family-style farm dinner made by Chef Andrew and Haute Dish with Brooklyn beer, local food, live music, and games.
Craft Beer Revolution
Monday, August 11th, 6:30pm, Fulton Brewing Company, $6: Steve Hindy is joined by local heroes of brewing from Fulton, Schell, and Urban Growler to discuss all things craft beer.
Summer Feast & Soiree w/ Chef Thomas Boemer
Thursday, August 14th, 7pm, Secret TBA location, $75: Chef Andrew teams up with Thomas Boemer of Corner Table for a multi-course beer dinner with live music in a pop-up location.
Saturday, August 16th, 8pm, Amsterdam Bar & Hall, free: The Mash ends on a high note with Marnie Stern, BNLX, and Pink Mink.