By now you've seen our Cherry Batch #24 artwork release, but just who is the person behind the punchy red lips?
That would be Tom Moriarty, a Duluth-based artist who's work you've seen at places like Brewer's Garage, Duluth Coffee Company and
Endion Station has officially opened to the public! We are happy to have finally been able to open our doors to our third tide-house and our first located in the Canal Park neighborhood. We are also happy to now have a venue that is able to feature som
We know the importance of supporting local businesses and artists. That is why we try our best to make sure we are able to source some great products from our own community and state. Here are our top five locally-made products that you can find in the
On Sunday, August 3rd we were finally able to debut to the public our first collaboration beer with Bent Paddle Brewing Co. at In Cahoots! in Minneapolis. This collaborative event brought four different teams of breweries together at the Red Stag Suppe
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Voters' Choice: The 4 Best Towns in America
After 20 days and more than one million votes since the start of our 2014 Best Towns Tournament, we're finally down to the final four. With less than two weeks left, we
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Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) - In 1996, Fitger's Brewhouse and Taphouse in Duluth began brewing again, ahead of the craft brew boom that has since followed.
"I mean, everybody should know we are in the peak of brewing history righ
A question and answer segment with Dave Hoops and Frank from Fitgers Brewhouse, hosted by Brad Nelson.
Filmed by: Shane Pehrson
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CMT Farm has been making handcrafted, natural goat's milk soap on their 50 acres south of Superior for years. Now, they are trying their hand at something new: a Fitger's Brewhouse beer soap.
Carolyn Jones and her famil
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Many craft breweries—which are said to add more than $740 million to Minnesota’s economy—have longstanding, handshake agreements with local farmers, and they’re closely watching newly proposed