Located in the beautiful Union Park at the foot of McGovern Hill, Fred Heim’s aptly named Union Brewery brewed beer and seasonal beverages for the Deadwood community. Heim’s gardens, arguably, out-did his spirits. The Union Brewery gardens were chosen as the location for the 1878 July 4th celebration, and were hailed by newspapers as the finest in the territory. Mr. Heim also owned and operated the Union Brewery Saloon, on the corner of Lee and Main Streets, which opened in October 1876.
Welcome to the Off Sale Podcast – a weekly beer review by the staff at Fused Interactive. This week we’re drinking Marooned On Hog Island made by San Francisco based 21st Amendment Brewing. This particular craft beer is categorized as an Oyster Stout. Listen along and find out more. Cheers!
Welcome to the New 612 Brewery in Northeast Minneapolis
612Brew is brand new brewery that opened its doors for the first time in the Northeast neighborhood of Minneapolis. The taproom has a seating capacity of 70, not including the outdoor patio, and feature exceptional hand-crafted brews. A few them include “Rated R” which is a rye IPA with a burst of citrus hop aroma, “Zero Hour” is a black ale that is aggressively hopped & blacked out with Midnight Wheat, “Six” is a golden-colored American pale ale, and more.
Hoppenstance is a beer blog managed by Ben Lippert, a Sioux Falls online marketing professional and craft beer connosiour. I believe that many things in life occur by happenstance. That, combined with my love for beer, gave me the idea for this beer blog. Raise your glass to circumstance. Cheers!