Belgian Witbiers, Once Forgotten, Are Popular Summer Sippers

Once nearly extinct, one of the ultimate summer styles is as popular as ever.


12 Things We Hope To See From The Food And Drink Scene In 2021

From promising debuts and comebacks to the downtown Minneapolis Dayton's Project, our fingers are firmly crossed.

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Minnesota Couple Find Their Joi With Growing Almond Milk Business

Dave Korstad and Izzy Shu have combined their interest in healthy lifestyles into a fast-growing business.


2 Minnesota Cideries Are Leading The Return To Traditional Cidermaking

Keepsake Cidery in Dundas and Milk & Honey Ciders in St. Joseph led the way in planting the heirloom apples prized by traditional cidermakers.

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Summer Crush: 3 Homemade Cocktail Slushies Inspired By Twin Cities Bars

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Minnesota’s 3.2% Beer Supply Shrinks As Major Companies Halt Production

Changes leave very few options in grocery stores.

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Back Home, Mr. Jagermeister Wins Minnesota Sprint Championship

His lone race at Canterbury Park this year makes him 7-for-9 on the track.


The Bjornson Vineyard Gets Its Start By Chance At The U Of Minnesota

The Carlson School of Management set the stage for a union beyond grapes.


Czech Budweiser Brewer Worries About Brexit Impact

The Budejovicky Budvar brewery in the Czech Republic managed to survive a decades-long trademark battle over whether it could call its beer Budweiser. But now it faces another potential threat: Brexit


Two Winemakers Fight On In Appellate Court Against Minnesota-grape Law

Alexis Bailly Vineyard and Next Chapter Winery are challenging Minnesota's "unusual and severe winemaking restriction" as a violation of the U.S. Constitution's interstate commerce clause.

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