Choose from Three Options
- $100 for five $25 gift cards towards food and drinks ($125 value)
- $11 for a beer flight and Great Waters winter hat for one ($21 value)
- $20 for beer flights and Great Waters winter hats for two ($42 value)
- Each flight includes three Great Waters beers
Great Waters Brewing Company
A lot of elements go into making Great Waters Brewing Company's beers. To begin with, the brewery's located on the site of the original St. Paul Cathedral, where a natural spring well burbles beneath the earth. This means brewers have a steady supply of fresh, impurity-free "holy water" for each batch of beer. With more than 15 years of experience under their belts, brewers transform this water into small-batch beers using an ages-old cask-conditioning process.
Since opening in 1997, Great Waters has been relying on all of these things to make their brewery successful, and it's worked. To date, they've produced more than 80 beers, including one that won a gold medal at the Real Ale Festival, and they've even received four certifications of compliance from the UK's Campaign for Real Ale organization. At any given time, Great Waters highlights nine of these acclaimed beers on draft. Here's a look at a few you might run into:
St. Andrew's Cross Scotch Ale: This strong, cask-conditioned scotch ale showcases notes of smoke, caramelized malt, and hops, as well as a robust color (8.1% ABV).
Saint Peter Pale Ale: A medium-bodied pushed beer, the pale ale's been in the rotation since 1997 (5.5% ABV).
The Black Watch Oat Stout: Malted oats and roasted barley lie at the core of this cask-conditioned stout, while coffee and chocolate notes swirl around at the finish (5.8% ABV).