Supporting neighborhood craft brewers is not essentially a hard occupation, but it will make you hungry. Guaranteed, you can count on kismet: Perhaps you’ll locate your most loved food stuff truck parked outdoors your most loved taproom. But with all the volatility these times, it’s nice to have a guaranteed matter. These breweries are not afraid to venture into the kitchen and make a plate to go with their beer. Here’s what we’re ingesting and ordering.

Urban Growler: Fish Fry

It is what can make every Friday particular. The reliable Wisconsin perch fish fry runs all day Fridays, featuring perfectly crisp breaded lake perch, sided with fries, creamy coleslaw, tartar sauce, and a hunk of pumpernickel rye bread. No need to have to cross the border: It is right there in St. Paul. 

Wooden Hill Brewing: The Ryan Dog

You can make scorching pet dogs at residence, but you can’t make this pet dog devoid of plenty of perform. So let this Edina brewery deal with it: They commence with an all-beef pet dog, deep-fry it, pile on bacon, spicy mayo, salsa, and queso, and then gild it with onions and cilantro.

LynLake Brewery: The First Burger

Just after making an attempt a couple menus in its new kitchen, this metropolis taproom selected one husband or wife: Burger Joint. They’re slinging Oklahoma-style burgers, which they griddle with onions smashed into the patties and double stack with cheese and pickles.

Pryes Brewing: The Calabrian Pizza

Chewy crusts and generous toppings are the rule for the pizzas at this riverside brewery. But our best selection is this spicy pizza with smoked pancetta and soppressata, briny olives, and pickled onions layered over a zingy Calabrian pepper sauce.

Brewpubs: It is a craft brewery and a complete cafe!

Northbound Smokehouse & Brewpub

A south Minneapolis location that will get the smoky treats right. Get the smoked cheddar soup laced with the dwelling porter.

Town Corridor Brewery

The initial place at 7 Corners is the finest. Purchase the award-successful Masala Mama beer with Dortmunder-battered walleye tacos.

Barley John’s Brewpub

One of the OGs of neighborhood craft beer, this New Brighton location serves a typical scorching artichoke dip that goes excellent with its signature wild rice brown ale.

Stephanie March

Foods and Dining editor Stephanie March writes and edits Mpls.St.Paul Magazine’s Take in + Consume area. She can also be listened to Saturdays on her radio display, Weekly Dish, in which she talks about the Twin Cities food stuff scene.

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