‘Harriet Brewing’ to Kill Winter with Sol Bock Revival

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Sol Bock Revival Harriet Brewing 2014

It may not feel like it, but winter’s end is in sight! Outdoor events (that aren’t purposefully meant for cold weather) will soon be returning to the Twin Cities and the Belgian-Beer master of Minneapolis is leading the charge. With a combination of beer, food, music and art, the 3rd Annual Sol Bock Revival at Harriet Brewing (April 26th) promises to be a full day of everything awesome.

Harriet Brewing is the unquestioned beer-lord of all that is east of the light rail and west of the river, but some consider it to rule the entirety of south Minneapolis. The brewery is constantly opening its doors in new ways for musicians, artists and anyone looking to try a complex tasting beer; on April 26th they hope to use all these resources to welcome in the long days of summer.

Harriet Brewing Growlers

When: April 26th, 1 pm – 10 pm

Where: Harriet Brewing, 3036 Minnehaha Ave Minneapolis, MN 55406

Cost: Free

 

Beer

The featured beer is of course the Sol Bock (their German style Maibock), but their other Belgian varieties will also be in great supply. They’re all pretty awesome, you’ll find something you like unless your palate doesn’t extend beyond Bud Light.

 

Food

Dandelion Kitchen, Potter’s Pasties and of course AZ Canteen (I’ve talked about them recently).

 

Music

2 pm: No Man’s String Band (the innovative and eclectic Harriet Brewing Taproom regular)

4 pm: Dead Pigeons (another awesome regular of the taproom)

6 pm: The Roe Family Singers (led by husband and wife team, with Kim Roe being a locally distinguished female vocalist)

8 pm: Evergreen Grass Band (a band that hopes to play so fast that they disrupt the space-time continuum)

 

Art

There will be live art by Jeff Troldal, Shell Kelley and Jesse Brödd.

 

For more information check out Harriet Brewing’s official description.

 

Images via: Harrietbrewing.com

 

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Erik Bergs

Erik fancies himself first and foremost a fiction writer (which is his focus while completing a Master of Fine Arts at Hamline University). As for completed education, he attended Southwest High School in Minneapolis and later majored in both Religion and English at Pacific Lutheran University. He currently lives in South Minneapolis, but has also lived in Tacoma, Washington and Yamagata City, Japan. Erik holds a wide array of interests which he compliments with hair-brained ideas and, on rare occasion, thought-provoking angles. His greatest passions include travel, food, stories (in all their forms) and of course his fiancee.

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