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Local Breweries to Have a Drink At

At Duluth Homebrew Supply, we love to support local businesses. We carry products from local businesses like Duluth Loves Local, Harbor Hops, and Sota Clothing. When we aren’t drinking the beverages we make ourselves, we like to visit and support local breweries. Below is some information about local breweries that we like to visit and support:

 

Bent Paddle Brewing Company (bentpaddlebrewing.com)

Bent Paddle has a small taproom serving all their distribution releases and typically a tap room only selection. No kitchen but carry-ins are welcome and sometimes a food truck stops out front.

* Bent Paddle gives a discount for American Homebrewers Association members.

1912 W Michigan St, Duluth

Blacklist Artisan Ales (blacklistbeer.com)

Blacklist has a sizable taproom and a garage door that opens with nice weather. The taproom pours their distribution releases and multiple special taproom only selections. No kitchen. Blacklist occasionally has live music in the evenings.

120 E Superior St, Duluth

Canal Park Brewing Company (canalparkbrewery.com)

Canal Park serves a rotating selection of beers in their pub-style restaurant. Canal Park offers a great outdoor area looking towards Lake Superior to sit and eat or to just have a beer.

300 Canal Park Dr, Duluth

Castle Danger Brewery (castledangerbrewery.com)

Castle Danger has a large taproom and outdoor patio. The taproom pours their distribution releases and special taproom only selections. No kitchen but carry-ins are welcome.

17 7th St, Two Harbors

 

Fitger’s Brewhouse (fitgersbrewhouse.com)

Fitger’s Brewhouse pours a selection of flagship beers in addition to many seasonal and special beers in the pub-style restaurant. The beer list is constantly changing and there is outdoor seating.

* Fitger’s Brewhouse gives a discount for American Homebrewers Association members on growler fills.

600 E Superior St, Duluth

Hoops Brewing (hoopsbrewing.com)

Dave Hoops, former head brewer at Fitger’s Brewhouse, just opened this brewers in Canal Park. Focusing on great examples of beer styles, Hoops will have a large beer hall-like taproom. No kitchen but carry-ins from around the area are welcome.  Hoops even had runners to get food if the location does not deliver.  Take beer to go in crawlers.

325 S Lake Ave, Duluth

Lake Superior (lakesuperiorbrewing.com)

Lake Superior has a small taproom off the side of their production brewery which pours a selection of their production beers. You can see almost the entire brewery while you have your beer. No kitchen.

2711 W Superior St #204, Duluth

Thirsty Pagan Brewing (thirstypaganbrewing.com)

Thirsty Pagan pours s selection of flagship beers and a large selection of seasonal, special, and sour or wild fermented beers to accompany its pizza menu. Thirsty Pagan frequently has live music in the bar area and has a small outdoor space.

1623 Broadway St, Superior

 

Coming Soon as of June 27, 2017

 

Earth Rider Brewery (earthrider.beer)

Tim Nelson, co-founder of Fitger’s Brewhouse, is renovating the former Leamon Mercantile Co. building in Superior into a brewery. The taproom will be in the Cedar Lounge just down the block from the brewery. Renovations are going and plans are to begin brewing later summer.

1617 N. Third St, Superior