Next month the Minnesota Craft Brewers Guild is bringing some hoppy and malty cheer to America’s Best Outdoor Town; All Pints North Summer Brew Fest is returning to Duluth for a third year. With the heat of the summer in full swing, the “Air-Conditioned City” and Minnesota craft beer are perfect temptations for taking that weekend road-trip out of the metro.
As the organization also behind the Autumn Brew Review (Minneapolis) and Winterfest (St. Paul), the Minnesota Craft Brewers Guild is a not-for-profit promoter of our state’s breweries and a steward of our brewing renaissance. All Pints North is yet another great opportunity to try some off-the-radar beer; this can substantially help small brewers connect with consumers (like you).
The event will involve four hours of unlimited craft beer samples, beer-focused activities and education, live music and local vendor food (for additional cost of course). Be sure to check availability of hotels, as the North Shore is a figuratively (not literally) hot spot for travel during the summer.
When: Saturday, July 26 — 3 pm to 7 pm
Where: Bayfront Festival Park (Duluth, MN)
Who: Must be 21+ years of age with valid I.D. for entry
Cost: $35 (+tax and ticketing fees) in advance. $45 at the door (if available). $10 for Sober Driver ticket
Buy tickets here.
Images via: mncraftbrew.org