Drink rare beers for charity at Northern Lights Rare Beer Fest
On March 29, the Minnesota History Center will host Northern Lights Rare Beer Fest, a charitable beer festival that doubles as an awareness/fundraising event for Pints for Prostates. Thirty breweries will be on hand, including ten locals, each of whom will highlight rare, one-off, and vintage beers.
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With breweries ranging from from Surly, Fitger's Brewhouse, Stone, Sam Adams, and Sierra Nevada, it's an opportunity to highlight some of the brewers' favorite beers along with their most creative. Each brewery will offer two beers, so there will be 60 beers in total at the festival. Tickets can be purchased here.
The following is a full listing of the breweries involved:
August Schell's Bemidji Beer Bent Paddle Boulevard Brau Brothers Central Waters Dark Horse Deschutes Fitger's Brewhouse Fulton Grand Teton Green Flash Lagunitas Lakefront Lift Bridge Northbound Smokehouse Brewpub North Coast Odell Ommegang Oskar Blues Sam Adams Sierra Nevada Squatters Stone Surly Tallgrass Town Hall Brewery Wasatch
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