For The Rathskeller’s new General Manager, the craft is taking pride in the cocktails and the customer experience

The Rathskeller's new General Manager, Kai Soderberg. Image: Jodie Cowan/JTA By Dennis Kempton Over the years since it first opened, The Rathskeller has burnished its reputation as one of the top whiskey bars in the state of Minnesota. And for good reason. When you have the most unique spot in the city, people expect more. [...]

2018 – What a Year for Brewhouse Beer!

We fondly look back at our past year with our Brewhouse family. One more year loaded with sweet recollections,  cheerful times, and (of course) excellent beer.  2018 felt like the turning of a page for our organization for so many wonderful reasons.  We welcomed our new Head Brewer, Alex Chocholousek, (it's a mouthful, we fondly refer [...]

Fetchin’ Food with Foster

Check out Foster getting his fill on at The Brewhouse! Thanks so much for reviewing us, Fetching Food with Foster! <3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0wUTgzR390&feature=youtu.be

Minnesota’s Oldest Brewpub Comes to Market

May 9, 2018 Fitger’s Brewhouse, Duluth’s oldest brewpub, will begin distributing beer across Minnesota on June 1, 2018. After two decades of demands for the Fitger’s famous “Apricot Wheat Ale” to come to market, the family-run business will begin distributing its sought-after beer throughout Minnesota. Fitger’s Brewhouse owner, Rod Raymond, and his son, Beau Raymond, [...]

The Placebo Pilsner

Sometimes curve balls DO get knocked out of the park. The old adage of “being thrown a curve ball” is usually a reference of being overwhelmed or taken aback by the unexpected. Our Master Brewer Ted Briggs was thrown a curve ball when brewing a Pilsner last month. Like a typical traditional pilsner, Ted started with soft Lake Superior water, which just happens to be the best for this style beer outside the village of Pilsen in Bohemia (Germany).