Beyond the Pint: The Architecture & Landscape of Brewing in St. Paul

06/09/2019 01:00 PM - 04:30 PM CST

Admission

  • $40.00

Location

Saint Paul, MN

Description

From St. Paul institutions like Schmidt Brewery to contemporary favorites, the brewing landscape in St. Paul is both familiar and ever-changing. Join us for a bus tour through the West End and East Side, led by Kristin Anderson, professor of art and architecture at Augsburg University.  We’ll learn about the areas' brewing roots, key people and places in the beer industry, and latest additions to the craft beer scene.

 

Tour begins and ends at Keg & Case Market. We will get on and off the bus to view remnants of the bygone brewing industry. We will take longer stops at St. Paul Brewing, Yoerg Brewing, and Waldmann Brewery & Wurstery. We will end at Schmidt Artist Lofts/Keg & Case Market, where you'll be free to explore the marketplace and try Clutch Brewing upstairs at Keg & Case. Registration includes beer at St. Paul Brewing as well as a beer and appetizers at Waldmann. 

 

Reminders

This tour is part of the preservation education program of the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota. We are proud to offer a variety of classes for homeowners, Realtors, students, professionals, and others who work with and appreciate old buildings. Due to the hard costs of this bus tour, this is not eligble for free admission for our Sustaining Donors. 

 

Ticket transfer policy: If you are unable to attend an event but would like to transfer your registration, just email nheneghan@mnpreservation.org with your name and contact info (email address and phone number), as well as the contact info of the person that will be taking your spot in class. We’ll update our attendance list accordingly.

 

Refund policy: Refunds are provided up to seven days prior to the class. Please email nheneghan@mnpreservation.org if you would like a refund on your purchased ticket. PAM will arrange to refund the cost of the class. 

 


This program has been financed in part with funds provided by the State of Minnesota from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the Minnesota Historical Society.

 

 
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