Bent Paddle Expands with New Taproom in Minnesota

DULUTH, Minn. –Bent Paddle Brewing Co. is excited to announce the April transition dates from their old to new taprooms in Duluth’s emerging Lincoln Park Craft District.

Schedule of Taproom Transition Events:

April 6-8: Bent Paddle Farewell to the Original Taproom Weekend! All events take place in current Taproom located at 1912 West Michigan St.:

  • Friday, April 6, 12-11p – Paddle Break Blonde Beer Release Tapping
  • Saturday, April 7, 5-11p – Reggae Spring Up Dance Party AKA “The last chance to shake your booty in the production brewery!”
  • Sunday, April 8, 4-7p – Farewell night in the “Old” Taproom featuring live music by Kyle Ollah plus a very special live painting by local artist Adam Swanson. Final farewell cheers to the original taproom at 6:30p followed by the taking down of the original taproom sign.

April 9-11: Bent Paddle taprooms closed in preparation for Grand Opening.

Thursday, April 12: 5-10p – Be one of the first patrons to get a look at the 5,500 sq. ft. new taproom at the Grand Opening located at 1832 West Michigan St. The event will feature exciting new pilot system beer on tap, a brewers’ open house in the pilot brewery, live music all night by Erik Berry, Black River Revue, & Feeding Leroy, and much more.

April 13-15: New Taproom Grand opening weekend hours:

  • Friday & Saturday 12-11p
  • Sunday 11a–7p

“We have put a lot of heart & soul into the design of our new taproom and though we are a bit sad to leave our original gathering space we are beyond excited to share our new taproom experience with all of our loyal paddlers on April 12th,” says Bent Paddle Co-Founder Karen Tonnis.

About Bent Paddle Brewing Co.

A 30-barrel production craft brewery and public taproom located in Duluth, Minn., Bent Paddle Brewing Co. makes quality craft beer using Lake Superior water. Its mission is to brew craft beer with a concentration on sustainability for its business, employees, the environment, and the greater community – all while ‘Bending the Traditions’ that it encounters, for a more unique and interesting craft beer experience.