Our Taproom

We built the kind of taproom we’d like to drink at, in hopes you’d want to drink with us.

This is what happens when a European tavern meets Minnesota nice. It’s a friendly, approachable spot with a focus on celebrating community roots and developing local pride. So come in, enjoy a pint, further your connection to the community, and gather with friends old, new, and not-yet-met.

We constantly rotate our beers and our events in an effort to give you something new and noteworthy each and every time you come in.

Our taproom is first-come, first-serve, but it is nice to get a heads up if you’re bringing a big group. Eventually we’ll have some space you can reserve for private events. Contact us if you’re interested in that.

Our St. Paul taproom is on the ground floor of the C&E Flats building. We’re in the up and coming Raymond Village, just off the Green Line Raymond Stop, near the corner of University and Raymond.

Getting Here

By Car

There’s free parking in the Raymond & Territorial Road parking lot. There’s also plenty of metered street parking. Please don’t park in the lot behind the brewery, as that’s reserved for C&E residents.

By Bike

We’re right off the Pelham Bikeway, part of the St. Paul Grand Round. We have loads of bike racks for our two-wheeled commuters.

By Rail

Take the Green Line to the Raymond Ave. Stop and walk one block southwest.

The most common questions for a brewery are about growlers, dogs, food, and kids. Here’s our stance on each.

We have our own growlers and crowlers available for purchase and filling. In addition, we will happily fill your own growler, even if from another brewery. Please just make sure it’s clean.

We love dogs. But, unfortunately, we can’t legally have them in our taproom yet. We are actively working on changing this and will let you know as soon as we can proudly declare ourselves as dog-friendly.

Lots of options. Feel free to bring food in or get takeout delivered. You can order from our neighbors, The Naughty Greek, and they’ll deliver your food right to your table. We also try keep a rotating food truck outside.

Sure, bring them in. Just try not to do anything that will embarrass them later in life.