The Brewer's Garage is a unique event space located in downtown Duluth, with a history of brewing tradition tied to the original Brew Pub, Fitger's Brewhouse. From our brewer's grain and malt storage space to a concert venue, fitting up to 300 people, our Garage can host a variety of parties. Enjoy Fitger's Brewhouse craft beer while enjoying the edgy, grunge space for your next private event. We can accomdate your "warehouse wedding" or a grunge-rock birthday party, and much more. The Brewer's Garage is Duluth's coolest new event venue.
Our space is a mixed-use space found on historic Bob Dylan Way (E Michigan Street) in Duluth, MN. Easy parking ramp and 24/7 bus access make it simple for anyone to arrive at the space. Our space serves the community in many capacities: Artist release show, music venue, art studio, performance space, film location, and party space. We can accommodate an almost limitless range of people, places and things.
Join us at The Brewer's Garage for a fun night of music on Michigan Street!
Date: Friday, August 3rd
Tickets at the Door: $15
Opener: NorShore Summit at 8pm
Bad Bad Hats at 9pm
Bad Bad Hats is an indie rock band from Minneapolis, Minnesota. The band consists of Kerry Alexander, Chris Hoge, and Connor Davison. Named for a trouble-making character from the Madeline children's books, Bad Bad Hats is defined by a balance of sweet and sour. Their music honors classic pop songwriting, with nods to nineties rock simplicity and pop-punk frivolity. Through it all, Alexander's unflinchingly sincere lyrics cut to the emotional heart of things.
Alexander and Hoge met while attending Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minnesota. In 2012, they formed Bad Bad Hats with friend and bassist Noah Boswell, and began performing around the Twin Cities. That same year, they were signed by Minneapolis label Afternoon Records. Their 2015 debut album Psychic Reader caught the attention of outlets including The New Yorker, NPR, Pitchfork, and Paste. Since the release of Psychic Reader, Bad Bad Hats has toured the U.S. extensively, supporting artists including Margaret Glaspy, Hippo Campus, and Third Eye Blind.
Lightning Round, the band's second full-length album, finds Bad Bad Hats more confident and mature than ever. Producer and collaborator Brett Bullion (who also produced Psychic Reader) encouraged the group to record live in the studio, an approach which pushed the band outside of their comfort zone and lends many songs on the record a loose, organic feel. There is a vulnerability in this (fluttering tape loops, a few wrong notes) and it makes the music on the new album feel as honest and unpredictable as Alexander's lyrics. In this spontaneous environment, Hoge, who is known to play every instrument in the band, delivers some of his most inspired musical performances yet.
As for Alexander, she's still writing love songs, ones that recount with cinematic swell the subtle joy and pain of the everyday. Her vocals are supported by open, breathing arrangements that feature lush keyboard sounds and woody guitar tones. Davison was recruited to play drums on the album and became a full-time member in the process. His drumming and melodic contributions give the new songs a level of nuance not heard in previous releases.
Lightning Round marks the final release with contributions from original member Noah Boswell, who will be leaving the group this fall to pursue a master's degree. Bad Bad Hats continues with Alexander, Hoge, and Davison. They have plans to tour the country this year.
Brewer's Garage Address:
207 E Michigan Street Duluth MN
A sweet Saturday morning with the Om Brewers at the Brewer's Garage, the latest brainchild of Fitger's Brewhouse Brewery and Grille. An old auto garage turned artist/musician dream event center. With craft beer. https://www.ombrewers.com/sign-up/brewers-garage-yoga-beer-duluth-july
Saturday, July 13
11:00AM - 12:00PM
This class is all levels because we don’t take ourselves too seriously. Come for a sweat + savasana, stay for the sip + socializing. This isn't a regular yoga class - it's a cool yoga event and unlike anything you've ever been to in Duluth.