By Evan CraftsThe new owners of a craft beer bar are hoping to become one of the most important players in a state where craft breweries are booming.
With the help of a big-name brewpub owner, the Minneapolis Craft Beer Bar plans to transform its taproom into a craft-brew destination.
The beer, which will include a taproom, tasting room and a restaurant, will feature beers from both established craft breweries and smaller breweries.
The name of the bar is going to be the Minnesota Craft Beer.
The Minneapolis bar will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., from Tuesday through Sunday, and it will be served by an all-inclusive service.
The brewery will be located at the same location, but the taproom will be separated from the bar.
The bar’s beer will be offered in a glass bottle and a pint glass.
The Minneapolis bar is also adding a bar with draft beers on tap, a small-tap menu and craft cocktails.
Craft beer has become a hot topic in Minnesota, especially in the Twin Cities, which has a population of about 1.2 million.
Some of the city’s breweries have gone from having to close to having to expand their operations.
The craft movement is gaining steam in Minnesota.
Last month, the state approved a $1.9 million tax credit for small craft breweries.
That credit will be available to small brewers that create less than 50 barrels of beer.
The state also gave tax breaks to microbreweries that offer craft beer on tap.
The Minnesota Craft Brewing Association has said it is interested in partnering with Minnesota breweries.
“We’re thrilled to be a part of this development, and we’re looking forward to seeing the bar’s new taproom open up in a matter of weeks,” said Joe Gee, president of the Minnesota Brewers Guild.
The owners of the Minneapolis bar are looking for a brewery to grow to about 50 barrels.
The owner said he has been working for months to find the right brewer, and he hopes to find a new one soon.
Gee said the Minneapolis craft bar will have about 100 employees.
He said the bar will include several food trucks and beer-themed hangouts.
The bar will also be equipped with live music and live entertainment, and the Minneapolis brewpub owners will have the ability to offer their own live music, Gee said.
The new bar is slated to open in the summer of 2021.
The owners hope to expand to other Minnesota cities in the coming years.