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Batting 1,000 Bent Brewstillery Wins Numerous Awards

Batting 1,000 Bent Brewstillery Wins Numerous Awards

With only four competitions entered, Bent Brewstillery’s two most recently released spirits, Bent Anchor and Gunner Ghost, claimed ten medals. Bent Anchor, an Irish-Style Poitín, won a double gold award at the Seattle International Spirit Awards. Along with their success

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Celebrate National Negroni Week With Gunner Negroni

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In honor of National Negroni Week, brought to you by Imbibe Magazine and Campari, here’s a fancy yet easy cocktail for you to celebrate with. Making use of Bent Brewstillery’s Gunner Ghost Navy Strength Gin. This Contemporary Gin has received

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Über Lüpin is here to ward off the winter!

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You have to be big and bold to survive a Minnesota winter. It’s a good thing our Über Lüpin Schwarz IPA is just that. The unification of American ingenuity with German excellence creates a new-world beer style with old-world ingredients.

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Maroon & Bold switches to cans, showcases local ingredients

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We’ve made some changes to Maroon & Bold this year, but let’s start with the obvious: this Minnesotan IPA is now packaged in glorious 16-ounce cans. This means you can transport our beer easier to your favorite ice-fishing shanty or winter

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Pour Decisions’ Brother Vesper beer is getting resurrected!

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We’re bringing back Brother Vesper, a Strong Dark Belgian Stout aged on toasted white ash. A vesper is typically defined as an evening prayer, and sipping on this beer under the twilight is nothing short of a divine experience. Brother

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New: Funked Up #9 — Kentucky Road

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This beer was originally released for our first anniversary party — but it’s finally available in bottles for your own revelry at home. This Berliner Weisse isn’t like any other in Minnesota: it’s fermented with five strains of brettanomyces, three strains of

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New: Funked Up #13 — Squishy Brett Hop

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When Squishy Brett Hop enters your mouth, so too do aroma-matching flavors of mango, white apricots, and star fruit. It’ll finish crisp with just a touch of horsey brett. It’s a truly funky, fresh harvest ale ripe for the season.

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Dark Fatha Returns!

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Like many beers, our Dark Fatha has a story to tell. Long before this beer was contract-brewed in 2013 (our first with Pour Decisions, who the brewery merged with), in a galaxy not so far away, Bent Brewstillery Owner and Head Brewstiller

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New: Brewer’s ExperimentALES #9 — Brewer’s Purple IPA

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With so many IPAs on the market, it’s hard to be unique. Enter our purple IPA! Wait, what?! You read that correctly: here for quaffing during the Minnesota Vikings’ home opener on September 20 is the world’s first purple IPA. After you

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New: Brewer’s ExperimentALES #8 — Fest Hop

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The Minnesota State Fair has quickly become a craft beer destination—and this homebrewed beer took home Best of Show at the fair in 2014. Fest Hop is a New Zealand Pale Ale with aromas and flavors of white apricot, pine needles,

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New: Funked Up #8 — Farmhouse Bavaria

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Picture it: The dizzying Alps, lush Alpine foothills, and numerous azure lakes. Farmhouse Bavaria, made In Cahoots with August Schell brewer Jace Marti, evokes these picturesque thoughts for those who drink a pint of the traditional table farmhouse ale. The collaboration

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One-Year Taproom Anniversary

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August 22, 2015 was the date of a big occasion—Bent Brewstillery’s one-year anniversary of opening its taproom. Owner Bartley Blume said it’s been a year of victories and challenges — but also a ton of excitement. “The first year of

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New: Brewer’s ExperimentALES #7—Hil Yis! New Zealand Hoppy Golden Ale

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In our latest taproom-only beer, we combine toasty English malts with New Zealand Rakau hops to create a beer that’s partly fruity and partly spicy—and totally satisfying. Those who imbibe our new Hil Yis! New Zealand Hoppy Golden Ale will wallow

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Bent Brewstillery’s New Poitín Spirit Makes the News

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Bent Anchor, our newest spirit, is unique for a couple of reasons. For starters, Minnesota’s very first Irish-style poitín is made with a ton of cast-off potato skins rescued from The Anchor Fish & Chips’ compost pile. In fact, this

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New: Brewer’s Special Release—Lakeside Blonde Fruited Amber Blonde Ale

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It’s no coincidence that Minnesota’s the Land of 10,000 Lakes, and that we’ve got the perfect beer to enjoy when you’re sitting under blue skies, cruising on the pontoon, or just soaking up the sunshine. Lakeside Blonde is a refreshing

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