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Grain Belt Brewing closed more than 40 years ago, yet the property still buzzes with activity. That's because the historic building where Grain Belt kept all its kegs has turned into a multipurpose industrial arts building. One of the businesses that calls this place home is Community Keg House, which keeps beer flowing just like Grain Belt did decades ago.
The exact amount of beer that flows, however, is up to you. Community Keg House invites guests to pour their own pints at four themed tap zones. These themes change monthly, and the beers at each station are rotated every other week, so there's always something different to try. The pub pairs its all-Minnesota beer and cider selection with a menu of inventive bar bites, including pulled pork sliders topped with housemade barbecue sauce and apple-jicama slaw.