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Orval Trappist Belgian Ale

All of Orval’s beers are brewed and bottled within the walls of an ancient monastery. These breweries are some of the oldest and most famous breweries in the world. The Monastery of Orval produces only one beer.  It is a … Continue reading

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Minnetonka’s Lucid Brewing Camo Double Pale now available at the Wineshop

Lucid Brewing Camo Double Pale: A Hidden Gem Lucid Brewing Company is brand new to both Minnetonka and the Minneapolis brewing scene. While still in their infancy, I believe their Camo Double Pale Ale is one of the cleanest and … Continue reading

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Duchesse de Bourgogne Flemish Sour Ale: A Beer for Wine Lovers

Duchesse De Bourgogne Flemish Sour Ale On warm Saturday afternoons at the shop, I love opening interesting Belgian beers to taste and discuss with our customers. An all-time favorite of mine and a beer that has a growing cult following at … Continue reading

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Brewery of the Month: St. Bernardus

St. Bernardus Brewery When it comes to developing and refining my beer selection, I usually avoid picking up entire lines from any one individual brewery.  I usually only support the finest of each brewery’s offerings, due to my limited cooler, … Continue reading

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Weyerbacher Sixteen – Braggot Style Ale Brewed with Honey

Weyerbacher Sixteen Weyerbacher Sixteen, was released to commemorate the brewery’s 16th Anniversary. This Dark Braggot Ale hits the mark in flavor and complexity, while delivering yet another gold medal winning offering. Brewed with Honey The brewers at Weyerbacher dump over … Continue reading

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