This is a single hop barrel-fermented dry-hopped sour featuring Mosaic hops. Dry, oaky, stone fruits, citrus, a hoppy edge, and restrained acidity. We aged it for you, drink it fresh.
Low in alcohol and fairly smoky, our Grodziskie was dry-hopped and barrel fermented with a blend of yeast and bacteria, resulting in a moderate acidity and "farm-y" character.
Third in the Bricoleur series, this beer is an 80% stainless fermented, 20% barrel fermented blended sour beer. Brewed with malted wheat, hopped with Centennial and Meridian.
Smoked beer is an acquired taste. So is sour/funky beer. We've acquired those tastes, and as a result we present to you this barrel-fermented, 100% oak- and beechwood smoked sour wheat.
A nod to the traditional German-style black lager, intensively step-mashed for malt body, not sweetness, assertively hopped for a grassy, spicy aroma. Complicated without being obtrusive.
Our interpretation of the classic Vienna lager - pale amber in color, medium bodied, ever so slightly toasty from Munich and Vienna malts, complimented by a grassy noble hop nose.
A German-style pilsner, dry and crisp with a grassy hop aroma from a large kettle addition of Hallertau Mittelfrüh. One hop, one malt, lager yeast. Simple and delicious.
Bricoleur #4 is an 80% stainless fermented mixed culture Saison, 20% barrel-fermented mixed culture sour blend, dry-hopped with Hallertau Blanc. Tart, funky, with a hoppy nose.
A traditional Bavarian-style wheat beer. Pale, spritzy, with plenty of banana, clove, and vanilla notes - all from the yeast! No bananas were harmed in the brewing of this beer.
Brewed exclusively with El Dorado hops, this dry-hopped IPA is fermented with a combination of Saccharomyces Trois and Brettanomyces. Fruity, funky, and hoppy.
This is a single hop barrel-fermented dry-hopped sour featuring Simcoe hops. Juicy, tropical, and quaffable, this beer balances pale ale and sour beer. We aged it for you, drink it fresh.
Hi-diddley-ho, beer drinkerinos! This is a mixed culture sour red fermented with lactobacillus and Brettanomyces. Toasty dark malts, acidity, funk, and an irritatingly positive disposition.
A dry, rustic, hop-forward farmhouse ale brewed with a high percentage of malted wheat, Centennial hops, and French Saison yeast.
Saison Drei is a pale, dry, rustic, and funky farmhouse ale fermented with a classic temperamental yeast strain and Brettanomyces. Brewed with local Mt. Hood hops. Naturally conditioned.
Dry, pale, and aroma-forward American IPA brewed with wheat malt and Horizon, Chinook, Crystal, Cascade, Simcoe, and x331 experimental hops.
Roselle is soured with our house lactobacillus strain and infused with hibiscus flowers, which lends the beer floral and citrus aromas and flavors and its red hue. Tart, fruity, and floral.
The things that inspire us are closer at hand than we might think: corn, domestic six and two row barley malts, lager yeast, barrels fashioned of MN oak, Cascade hops of local origin, a bevy of microbes.
Absolutely not! Everyone is welcome, anytime. We have
special prices for members sometimes, but non-members are always welcome. The more, the merrier.
4-11pm Monday-Thursday, 2-12 Friday, 12-12 Saturday, 12-9 Sunday. Phew.
We’re located at 2506A Central Ave NE, right next to Recovery Bike.
We fill 64oz and 750ml growlers.
Most beers are $14 for 64oz growlers, and $7 for 750ml growlers. Sours and strong beers cost slightly more.
We fill growlers from other breweries, provided they are the proper size, and are clean. We can’t stress the clean bit enough!
We have a couple of on-going things you might find interesting:
Member-owner happy hour ($1 off pints, $0.50 off half pints):
Co-op Member Mondays: are you a member of a local food co-op? Show us your member card in the taproom on Mondays and get your first pint half price!
Trivia: every Wednesday is Trivia night at FSBC, hosted by member-owners Tommy Helgen and Kat Sutton. Starts at 7pm. It pays to get there early, as tables tend to fill up.
New Beer Thursdays: We have a special tap every Thursday – sometimes it’s a new batch, sometimes it’s a 5-gallon cask, sometimes it’s an infusion. New stuff gets tapped promptly at 4pm. Check social media to see what’s coming up this week.
We also have a few board games, a non-plastic darts board, and a TV that shows select MN-related sporting events (sans sound, for those who aren’t into TV).
Occasionally we have food trucks parked out front. Though if you want guaranteed available grub, we encourage you to check out all the nearby offerings. You can bring it in the taproom! Here’s a list of some spots within one block of the brewery: