Lift Bridge Brewing Company, Stillwater’s first craft brewery since Prohibition, announced the launch of another collaboration with 93X, the Half-Assed IPA. Read More
Lift Bridge Brewing Company
Lift Bridge Brewing Company is a Minnesota-based craft brewery located in Stillwater, Minnesota. It is Minnesota’s 6th largest Craft brewery, well known for its flagship beers Farm Girl Saison and Hop Dish IPA. Lift Bridge currently distributes in Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota and South Dakota. In 2018 the brewery produced over 19,000 barrels.
Since 2008, Lift Bridge has created quality craft beers that supply adults with what they need to slow down and enjoy life. Through every can, bottle or tap pull, Lift Bridge wants drinkers to taste the history of Stillwater, the pride and fun the company has in its creation and the uncompromising natural ingredients used during the brewing process.
Ultimately, the company hopes to provide consumers with an experience that makes them proud to call themselves a beer drinker. In 2015, the brewery began crafting sodas, creating high-end, non-alcoholic beverages with more attention to flavor and style under Lift Bridge Soda Co.
2019 also kicked off the launch of Lift Bridge Hard Seltzers in 12 oz. slim cans. Introducing 3 mouth-watering flavors including: St. Croix Berries, Voyageur Citrus, and Northwoods Juice Box. Lift Bridge Hard Seltzer boasts a 5.0% ABV with 120 calories and two grams of sugar. There are also taproom-only flavors of Hard Seltzer that will be featured throughout the year.
Visit liftbridgebrewery.com or follow the company on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for more information.
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