Castle Danger Brewery

Castle Danger Brewery Hits ‘Growler Cap’

Growler sales at Castle Danger in Two Harbors came to a halt Monday

TWO HARBORS, Minn.- Growler sales are coming to a halt for the rest of the year at Castle Danger Brewery in Two Harbors. It’s all because of a Minnesota state law that says once a brewery produces more than 20,000 barrels in a year those breweries are prohibited from selling the 64 ounce growlers for customers to take home from…

First Ever Summer Showcase

The Duluth Chamber of Commerce hosted a showcase of food and drinks at Wade Stadium Tuesday

DULUTH, Minn.- As a celebration of summer, the Duluth Chamber of Commerce hosted a showcase at Wade Stadium Tuesday night. People enjoyed samples from local restaurants, breweries, and more from all around the Northland. Guests could also buy products from local businesses and even win prizes. Organizers say hosting it at Wade Stadium was the perfect meeting point for all…

1950’s Style Pop Invades The Northland

Northern Soda Company has brought 16 different flavors to the Northland

TWO HARBORS, Minn.- If art isn’t your thing, you’ll also find a wide array of vendors at the art fair. Northern Soda Company out of Arden Hills is giving Northlanders the chance to try their 1950’s style pop made with pure cane sugar. The company has 16 different soda pop flavors with colorful names like North Coast Cooler and Sunday…

Growlers No Longer Sold at Castle Danger

Starting October 1st, growlers will no longer be sold at the Two Harbors brewery

TWO HARBORS, Minn.- Starting October 1st, a Two Harbors brewery will not be able to sell what generates 30% of its taproom revenue. Castle Danger has made more than 23,000 barrels of beer this year, but all that production is now causing them to not be able to sell growlers starting this fall. The current law in Minnesota says breweries…

Minnesota Breweries May Be Forced to Stop Selling Growlers Under Current Barrel Cap Law

Growlers account for 30% of Castle Danger's Taproom sales.

TWO HARBORS, Minn. – Several Minnesota breweries are advocating to change a law, which puts limitations on barrel production and growler sales. If the law stays the same brewery owners believe it could prevent potential business growth. In Minnesota, breweries are only allowed to produce up to 20,000 barrels of craft beer while selling growlers out of their taprooms. Right…