Two recent articles in local press document our client Travis Temke’s ongoing project to convert a historic fire station in St. Paul into a taproom, coffee shop, dining room and banquet hall. The vacant building at 754 Randolph Ave. was once Fire Engine House No. 10, built in 1885 and operating for a century and . . .
On August 10, 2012, Indeed Brewing, the client of our craft brewing practice, sold its first beer. Just within last two years they grown from a staff of six to a staff of over 50, going from one taproom to two, adding a 12,500 square foot warehouse, and expanding their distribution from the Twin Cities . . .
HeadFlyer Brewing, a new client of our craft brewing legal services group, is moving into the newly renovated Miller Textile building in northeast Minneapolis. It will open its taproom and brewery in a 9,435 square-foot space in the building. Developer Ackerberg Group, which spearheaded the renovation, plans to reposition the property into a signature destination . . .