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Aventinus from G. Schneider and Sohn

Aventinus As the temperature drops outside during the late fall, my beer palate takes a turn from the hoppy beers of the harvest to darker offerings that warm the body and soul. One of my all time favorite dark beers … Continue reading

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Belgian Trappist Beer: Brasserie d’ Achouffe’s Chouffe Houblon Dobbelen IPA Tripel

Chouffe Houblon Dobbelen IPA Triple Brasserie d’ Achouffe is a brewery still in its infancy when compared to many of the other legendary Trappist and Abbey breweries that dominate the history and headlines of the Belgian beer scene. However, in … Continue reading

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Weyerbacher Brewing Company is Back

Weyerbacher Brewing Company is the brainchild of husband and wife brewing team Dan and Sue Weirback. Seventeen years from the humble beginnings as avid kitchen homebrewers, Weyerbacher is now setting the benchmark of high-gravity Belgian and English-influenced beers. Weyerbacher has … 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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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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