This summer continues to be a full-force blast of fun.
Friday marked the second beer-tasting event of the summer, featuring another of Duluth’s talented craft brewers, Bent Paddle Brewing.
Laura and Emily were super friendly and such a blast to have in the store. Enthusiasm for a craft is certainly something all needle workers can appreciate and these two have it in spades. They were serving up two of their flagship beers – the Bent Hop Golden IPA and their Black Ale. Both beers are delicious and highly recommended by all tasting attendees.
If you are interested in sampling some of Bent Paddle’s super yummy beers, you can find six packs of their flagship beers, and beers on tap, all around town.
Of course, the more exciting option would be to check out their taproom and tour their facilities! The taproom is open Wednesday – Saturday and features a cold press, coffee-infused black, as well as two nitro taps. We also think the taproom would be a great place for a knitter’s group to meet (hint, hint!) .If you are interested in taking a tour of the facility, they begin every Saturday at noon. Just sign up ahead of time on their website and bring a food item for the food shelf – the tours are otherwise free.
They have some new, exciting brews coming out soon – the Venture Pilsener, which should be out in August, and the 14 degree ESP in September or October, which is named after their logo – a canoe paddle, bent at a 14 degree angle. So get in there, guys! Try those beers!
There is more fun stuff coming up, of course – knitting at the beach which take place again this Tuesday at 6pm at Brighton Beach so let’s cross our fingers for a little heat!