Autumn Brew Review 2018 Courtesy event organizers


Autumn Brew Review 2018

Sept. 15
1-5 p.m.
$45; $10 designated driver
Barhopping, Festivals, Food and Drink, Music

Autumn Brew Review is one of Minnesota’s oldest craft beer events, with 2018 marking the 18th year for the festival. Due to construction at the Grain Belt complex, the party has temporarily moved to Hall’s Island. During the day, more than 100 breweries will pour over 500 varieties at this expansive, Minnesota-centric event. Choose selections from Barrel Theory, Junkyard, Bauhaus, Surly, Town Hall, and Lupulin. There will also be several collaborations, including a Central Minnesota Roggenbier made by Beaver Island and Spilled Grain, the Cat’z Pajamaz by Broken Clock and 56, and a Nut Goodie Porter, the result of an intriguing team up between Tin Whiskers and Pearson’s Candy. Find tickets and more info at 21+.


The 18th annual Autumn Brew Review craft beer festival returns 1-5 p.m. on Saturday, September 15, at Hall’s Island in Minneapolis. The outdoor beer sampling festival presented by the Minnesota Craft Brewers Guild features specialty collaboration beers as well as fall seasonal favorites. One of the Midwest’s oldest and largest craft beer fests, Autumn Brew Review also includes strolling music, food vendors, beer education sessions, merchandise and more. 

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