As Minnesota Public Radio reports: "Small breweries ready to tap into market - or fall flat"
Small beer-making operations have been popping up all over the city — and around the state. At least 10 new breweries opened in Minnesota last year, from Castle Danger Brewing on the North Shore to Olvalde Farmhouse Ales near Winona.
and the Journal & Courier (IN) reports: "Beer Man: Minnesota waking from brewing slumber"
It looks like the state is waking from its slumber, however, with several breweries opening the past several years and more in the works. Surly Brewing Co. opened in 2005 in a Twin Cities suburb and has quickly made a name for itself.
Visual.ly, a data visualization startup in Silicon Valley, has created a motion graphic depicting the history of the U.S. brewing industry. From the heights of the saloon era to the lows of prohibition, the brewing industry has gone through a number of changes, finally coming to a head (literally) with today's craft brewing renaissance. --via CraftBeer.com
We at Indeed Brewing Company can't more happy to be contributing to the "American Beer Revival!"