Sheephead ale, from Brau Brothers in Marshall, is everything the style calls for: accessible, crisp, light, and complex without being overbearing. It pours a dark gold with a creamy, consistent head and drinks with a soft biscuit malt countered by a light and piney hop bite. It's one part craft beer ... More >>
At a recent tasting event held at the Roseville location of Cellar's Wine & Spirits, Brau Brothers Brewing Co. head brewer, Dustin Brau, talked to an audience of craft beer enthusiasts while offering up samples of several varieties of their craft brewed beers. We had the opportunity to catc ... More >>
Having announced their move from tiny Lucan, MN to the nearby town of Marshall, Brau Brothers Brewing Company officially opened their new taproom on Oct. 4. The new facility is 37,000 square feet compared to their original location's 5,000, and sits in a converted retail space along highways MN-23 a ... More >>
We hope your week has been full of sunshine, love, and fine food & drink. Here are the top stories from this week's Hot Dish.~"50 Favorite Dishes" from Parka, Blue Door Pub, and Ipotli.~In beer news, Surly confirms plans for their new brewery in Prospect Park, while Dustin Brau of Brau Brot ... More >>
A few weeks back, we chatted with Brau Brothers Brewing Company just as the announcement of its relocation from Lucan to Marshall was made official. While the last talk focused on its beer and its history, The Hot Dish wanted to hear about the new brewery location as well. Uprooting a brewery--one p ... More >>
Brau Brothers Brewing Company is clear about its origins, proudly printing "population 220" for all to see on its original logo. However, as the brewery grows, obstacles have risen, and relocation is afoot for the 15-year-old company, now based in tiny Lucan, Minnesota. Brau Brothers started in 1998 ... More >>
If you missed Surly Brewing's recent visit to Common Roots, stop by this Friday from 7 to 9 p.m., when brewmaster Dustin Brau of Brau Brothers Brewing in Lucan, Minnesota, will be pouring the Brau version of a black and tan. They call it the Black Sheep (there's one in every family, right?), ... More >>
Three young microbreweries try their hand at estate beers, fruit-infused concoctions, and...the "Facemeltör"?