Able Seedhouse + Brewery is releasing Laser Blade, a new dry-hopped sour IPA perfect for porches, patios, grilling and hanging this summer. Read More
Able Seedhouse + Brewery
Founded in 2015, Able Seedhouse + Brewery is a community of creative, hard-working and thoughtful people dedicated to building locally-inspired and ultra-fresh beer. Every concept, piece of art, package, design, and beer poured at Able are the result of a very curious group of people and the community supporting them.
We’re located in the Arts District of Northeast Minneapolis at 1121 Quincy St NE. We value art. We value artists. We program constantly to support art and local artists — in the taproom, in our packaging, and outside the four walls of Able. The local artist community literally built our taproom, from the lights, to the tables, to the graphics, to the glassware, flyers, etc. Every new, curious idea we have here tries to answer the question — does this idea support art?
We just want to make stuff. That is the impetus for the Seedhouse. The start of Able. We literally, and figuratively, started by planting one seed. That one seed turns into many. As we grow the Seedhouse, we’ll also be growing new markets, growing our farmer networks, and growing a local business. We work with Minnesota small grain farmers to source our seeds, bring them into the Seedhouse, malt them on premise in our half-ton malting system, and try to make limited, small production beers with that malt.
Our vibrant community in Northeast Minneapolis is full of artists, chefs, brewers, entrepreneurs, families, and fine human beings. We exist to play a small additive role in our community. We employ from our own community, we share a physical space with our community, and in turn, our small footprint here in Northeast Minneapolis becomes a small expression of our community, of our neighborhood, and of our fine humans who live and work here.
Our taproom features an active event schedule and an evolving beer menu. Able is also home to Animals Barbeque Company.
To learn more, go to: ablebeer.com.
Able Seedhouse + Brewery is an independent craft brewer.
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Able Seedhouse + Brewery in the News
Able Seedhouse + Brewery released their trusty flagships First Light and Supergiant in 16 oz. cans alongside their newest brew: Frequency, a Session IPA. Read More
Able Seedhouse + Brewery has released Pleasure Principle, a fruit-punch hazy IPA with vanilla and more than 40 pounds of fruit per barrel. Read More
Just in time for Spring, Able Seedhouse + Brewery in Northeast Minneapolis is proud to bring back Propers, an Award-Winning British-Inspired Pub Ale. Read More
Able Seedhouse + Brewery in Northeast Minneapolis continues its deep dive into hops with the introduction of Shapes and Sizes V3. Read More
Able Seedhouse + Brewery is proud to introduce Neon Groves, a sun-kissed yellow fruited sour ale is full of bright tangerine, apricot and mango juiciness. Read More
Able Seedhouse + Brewery is set to release Modern Chemistry, a hazy pale ale collaboration between Able and the band Motion City Soundtrack. Read More
Building off the chocolate cherry dessert stout vibes of its November release Oh Baby, Able Seedhouse + Brewery has released So Dreamy. Read More
Able Seedhouse + Brewery is adding to its sour beers with a new creation titled: Uhh Yeah Dude, its name is a nod to the brewery founders’ favorite podcast. Read More
Building off their first version, Able Seedhouse + Brewery in Northeast Minneapolis introduces Shapes and Sizes V2 New England-style IPA. Read More
Able Seedhouse + Brewery in Northeast Minneapolis is proud to release “Oh Baby”, a full body stout starts with a beer base which is rich and sweet. Read More
Able Seedhouse + Brewery in Minneapolis is proud to partner with Drekker Brewing Company in Fargo on a summer IPA limited release titled Whoaa Bundy. Read More
Able Seedhouse + Brewery announced a collaboration with Ballpark Café to create a specialty beer being released exclusively for the Minnesota State Fair. Read More
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