August 20, 2015 // UPDATED 9:05 am – August 21, 2015 BY: ERIC BEST “If a “brewtel” was going to be built anywhere, it was Minneapolis.” Read the full article here.
Aug 21, 2015, 7:08am CDT Updated Aug 21, 2015, 8:18am CDT “Minneapolis leaders criticized Kraus-Anderson’s 2014 plan to redevelop its headquarters site at the edge of downtown, saying it was too suburban in style and relied too much on surface parking.” Read the full article here.
By Kristen Leigh Painter Star Tribune AUGUST 20, 2015 — 11:03PM Kraus-Anderson’s revised proposal for its block near Elliot Park has apartments, brewpub. Read full article here.
Minnesota’s craft beer industry continues to boom, and so does the community of brewers in the state as the Pink Boots Society prepares to launch its first Minnesota chapter.
ST. PAUL, Minn. – In the purchase and subsequent consumption of what’s playfully dubbed “Irish Holy Water,” fans of Finnegans beer are feeding the hungry in Minnesota, which has included clients of Catholic Charities in the past.
Since its beginning 15 years ago, the Minneapolis-based beer company has centered its business model on the common good, contributing 100 percent of its profits to alleviate hunger.