1.Flat Earth Brewing Company
St. Paul’s Flat Earth Brewing Company is one of the best places to hit for a cold brew. Whether you enjoy Angry Planet Pale Ale or the Northwest Passage India Pale Ale you’ll undoubtedly enjoy it here. Perhaps you’d rather check out the Cygnus X-1 Rye Porter? Your taste buds will be happy either way.
On April 20-22 the brewery is hosting its popular annual Eastside Anniversary Bash. Music and beer will be available and they will be hosting the Swede Hollow Park Clean-Up event. Join the fun on Friday for the evening bonfire from 3-11 p.m. Saturday there will be a food drive along with some other activities. Don’t miss the Sunday festivities for the Hot Wheels Races which begin at 12 noon and wrap up at 6:30 p.m. in St. Paul, Minnesota.
2.Black Stack Brewing
Black Stack Brewing is another great place for sipping beer in St. Paul, MN. Black Stack is located at 755 Prior Ave North in St. Paul. They have a fairly wide selection of brews such as INC, a 6.5% stout, and the Ratify, a Belgium Wit with coriander and orange peel flavors. You may also like to try Spare Darts which has an extremely light roast flavor. Last but not least check out the Coffee Cream Ale. This beer pretty much explains itself.
3.Bad Weather Brewing Company
Next on the list is Bad Weather Brewing Company. Their motto is “Beer for any season, beer for any reason.” producing ales that are untethered and unpredictable just like the weather in St. Paul Minnesota. Be sure to visit the Taproom for a Witbier Belgian Wheat. Or have a taste of the Irish Cream Ale and or the Maibock. Located at 414 7th ST. West in St. Paul, Minnesota.
4.The Urban Growler
The Urban Growler is fourth on the list and they offer several flagship beers for year-round tasting. For instance, the Minnesota State Fair Blue Ribbon winning Midwest IPA. Get a load of the Kentucky Uncommon, which uses the recipe for bourbon but is modified for beer. Another route you can take at The Urban Growler is the De-Lovely Porter. This dark beer comes off smooth and refreshing.
5.Burning Brothers Brewery
Rounding out the list is Burning Brothers Brewery. Here you can indulge in their limited release beers like the Parched Lime Shandy, as well as the Black Pepper Porter. Perhaps you’d prefer the English Mild, or maybe the Dry Stout? All will put a smile on your face. As far as the year-round beers they carry here at Burning Brothers Brewing in good old St. Paul, MN your choices include the Pyro American Pale Ale, along with the Fused Orange Blossom Honey Ale. How about some coffee flavored beer? Then you should be sure to have a swig of the Scorched Coffee India Pale Ale or the Roasted Coffee Strong Ale.
Whatever beers suit your palate, the above list is sure to set you straight here in lovely St. Paul Minnesota.
***Bonus*** If you are looking for a place to visit with historical relevance, gorgeous backdrops and educational opportunities, look no further than Minnesota’s State Capitol Building in St. Paul.