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Flat Earth May Update

Arborfest is this Friday the 7th at Macalaster College go to for ticket information.

We’ll be participating in a beer tasting at St. Anthony Village Liquors (2700 Highway 88, St. Anthony Village) noon to 4 p.m. on the 8th.

Head out to the Brewers Bazaar in Stillwater on the 15th. This has always been a fun day in Stillwater.

Want something a little more laid back? Join us at the Slow Food MN – Where the Wild Things Are event in Lake City on the 16th. This is a fantastic event that you don’t want to miss. More information is available at

There will be NO growler sales on Wednesday the 19th! We will be closing down the brewery and heading over to Stub & Herb’s (227 Oak St., Minneapolis) as part of American Craft Beer week. The 19th is Flat Earth Day and we will have 32 Flat Earth beers on tap!

Growler sales are Monday thru Friday Noon to 6:30 p.m. and Saturdays Noon to 3 p.m. Tastings are ONLY on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30 to 6:30 and Saturdays, noon to 3:00.

Brewery tours are full for this month, but we do have some spots still available for our tours in June on the 5th & 19th. The tour is free but you must have a reservation. Email the number in you party to

New places to grab a Flat Earth – Bennett’s, Twisted Fork & Fabulous Fern’s in St. Paul and Black Sheep Pizza, Galactic Pizza and Applebee’s on Washington Ave.

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  1. Duke says:

    32 Flat Earth beers on tap?

  2. Ben says:

    Yup, that’s what John was saying the other night too. Pretty crazy. I’d guess they did smaller homebrew sized batches or a ton of infusions.

  3. Kyle says:

    Not sure how they’re gonna pull that off.

  4. Flat Earth says:

    No home brew. The list of all the beers is available at 31 of the beers have been available at the brewery in growlers plus will be bring one brand new beer to Stub & Herb’s and a firkin I think.

  5. Willie says:

    Why you would think Flat Earth would do a homebrew batch for this event is beyond comprehension. Publicly serving test batches is considered lame by many pro brewers. Flat Earth is by far the most underrated and under respected brewery around and Ben & Kyle’s comments reflect that. Enjoy the beers their making for us, and quit spreading lame rumors.

  6. Chad says:

    Mmmmmm, Rode Haring.

  7. Ben says:

    I didn’t mean that they’d be serving homebrew, just that to make 32 beers without infusions they’d likely have to make much smaller batches then the standard 30bbl or whatever their normal batch size is as theres no room to store 32 full batches of beer at the brewery. Nobody is starting a rumor by saying “I’d guess…” Settle down Willie, don’t get so pussy hurt.

  8. Duke says:

    I had a beer from Surly that was essentially a homebrew, it was call FU Brett Favre. I didnt have any problem drinking it and I dont see how thinking that Flat Earth may be serving some small test batches is knocking the brewery.

  9. Willie says:

    Ben, just merely pointing out that you often throw comments out based on pure folly rather than on solid fact. Please restrain your snark and school ground name calling. That’s not what Ryan and the crew have worked so hard to set up here.

  10. Tom says:

    Does the TTB require approval for each infused beer or are the infused beers OK without TTB approval as long as the base beer has been approved? I know that approval isn’t needed when selling in growlers at the brewery but when sold at a bar in kegs they need it.

    I also don’t see what the problem would be with a homebrew beer. Many homebrews are better in quality then those sold by plenty of breweries out there. I don’t see much difference between a homebrew batch and a one-off batch of beer brewed at a brewpub other then batch size (and there are plenty of brewpubs across the US that make batch sizes similar to homebrew setup sizes).

  11. Flat Earth says:

    Actually, having just chatted with the friendly neighborhood TTB Agent, label approval is only necessary for interstate commerce.
    Not sure why people are getting whipped up about “homebrew size” batches term. Each infusion comes from a larger batch of base beer. We’ve been working on this for quite some time.

  12. Wow! 32 beers! I’ve tried a lot of different beers from Flat Earth but I doubt I’ve had that many. This is gonna be good!

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