Kind of like we need current pictures of the brewery.
Thanks Brittany! Let us know what you think.
We started to have Open Houses in 2010 to
share the insanity with our fans
|Current Status for October thru
Due to weather and reduced production capacity until May 2023,
We are primarily supporting Boathouse Brothers, KCHK winners
and special orders.
Thank you for a wonderful 2022! Looking forward to 2023!
|We Are Back in 2022!!
We will be at the:
Farmington Farmers Market
Starting mid-May thru September
Thursdays 2:30pm - 6:30pm
Little Market that Could
Next to Tractor Supply Company
Starting June thru September
June-Sept.: Thursdays 4pm - 7pm
"Curbside Service" at the brewery
Saturdays 9am - 2pm
Starting May thru mid-October
And we would also like to Thank the following local venues
for carrying some of our sodas:
Boathouse Brothers, downtown Prior Lake
Home Made Root Beer since 1994
For more, take a look at a growing list of kudos and history.
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The PLFM is open 8am-Noon on Saturday mornings. In general, the market runs from mid-May thru mid-October. Currently, the farmers markets are our only regular sales outlet. The PLFM is located in downtown Prior Lake on Main street, just west of Hwy 13 at County Road 21. Free parking is available at several lots along Main Street and behind the VFW. This is an experiment that is growing at a surprising rate.
A bit of market history
In 2008, we broadened our outreach with the Eagan Market Fest,
next to the Eagan Community Center, off of Pilot Knob road between
Yankee Doodle road and Lone Oak road. The Eagan Market Fest
is run by the city of Eagan and blends the farmers market with
musical shows and other community events. The EMF is
Wednesdays from 4pm-8pm from early July until mid-September.
Unfortunately, after 3 years we are unable to continue this market
due to other obligations.
Then we started at the New Prague Farmers market. The NPFM starts in mid-May on Saturday mornings from 9am-Noon in the parking lot of the Community Baptist Church, just east of downtown New Prague. And starting in mid-June, when the traditional farmer's produce starts to become available, the NPFM will also be open Wednesday afternoons from 3pm-6pm. The NPFM runs until mid-October.
Another market was at the St. Francis Farmers market in Shakopee. The market was a cooperation between St. Francis Medical Center and Park Nicollet. This market ran mid-June on Tuesdays from 10am-2pm in the parking lot of the St. Francis Medical Center, just southeast of downtown Shakopee on Marschal Avenue. The market runs until mid-October. Unfortunately, after only one year we are unable to continue this market due to other obligations.
In 2012, we broadened our outreach with the Market in the Valley Farmers Market, next to the Golden Valley Government Center (under the water tower), just north of Hwy 55 at Winnetka Avenue. They blend the farmers market with musical shows and other community events. The market is Sundays from 9pm-1pm from June until end of September. Unfortunately, after 3 years we are unable to continue this market due to other obligations.
In 2013, as we broadened our outreach to Dakota County with the Farmington
Farmers Market, next to the Farmington Government Center
(downtown on 3rd Street). They offers residents and visitors
many fresh, locally grown and produced items with other community
events. The market is Thursdays from 2:30pm-6:30pm from
mid-June until end of September.
Our newest adventure started in 2018 when we returned to Shakopee as part of the Chamber of Commerce effort to get the farmers market up and going again, this time in downtown Shakopee. It is running Sundays from 11am - 4pm from mid-July to end of September. It will be nice to be back in Shakopee.
We prefer you contact us at any of the farmers markets, but if you are unable, please see our contact information. In addition, we have looked into other venues, such as craft fairs, to provide our product during the "off season". If you want a tour of the facilities, or just want to stop by, please make an appointment (see our contact information and directions to get here). We have hosted tours for scouting troops, church seniors, retired police officers, and even a "girls night out". Ask to be on our distribution list and we will gladly keep you informed of future sales.
And with the demand (and my wife wanting her kitchen back), we
have built our own brewery building
"out back". In June of 2012, we even put in Air Conditioning
to prevent a bottling washer revolt. Actually, it was to keep the
Swiss chocolate from melting, but the bottle washers enjoy it too.
And we reuse beer bottles!
We are looking for 12 or 22 oz long neck
beer bottles. We are not concerned about color, so brown,
green, or clear bottles are fine.
The primary restriction is that they can not have a "twist-off" lip (unfortunately, that eliminates most US brewery bottles, such as Budweiser, Miller, and Coors). Sorry.
Also, another restriction is that we also won't take painted on labels (eg, Corona & Stone).
But examples of acceptable bottles are Schell's, Samuel Adams, and New Belgium.
Looking for a kegger for your next special event?
We also offer the use of 5 gallon kegs and taps for your party
Looking for something special or different?
We also handle special orders. We have helped out
non-profit organizations (eg., scouting troops, schools) with
refreshments and demonstrations. Or maybe that special
celebration could use a custom label for bottles. We even
have unique bottles to choose from. Contact
us with your request and let us see if we can help.
We are also doing research and development on other products. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to contact us.
Looking for wholesale pricing?
Last modified October, 2022
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