Under Pressure Brewing Celebrates 4-Year Anniversary in Golden Valley
Under Pressure Brewing in Golden Valley credits its loyal “knights” for helping it to celebrate its four-year anniversary.
“We’ve had regulars that stuck with us through thick and thin,” said Lori Ertl, co-owner of Under Pressure Brewing. “They’ve been with us through the beginning, through COVID, they’re still coming in.”
Knights are Under Pressure’s mug club members, a title fitting of the brewery’s medieval theme.
The brewery’s four-year anniversary will include live music, barbecue and new beers. The new options include an imperial stout aged in a bourbon barrel, a pilsner called “Phil-er-up,” and an American strong dubbed “Wild Thing.” The brewery is also bringing back a wee heavy Scottish ale called “Uncle Davie.”
That’s on top of its other 27 taps of beer made in house, plus 50 blends and 15 winter brews. It adds up to about 100 choices in all.
“Anything, light, fruity, bitter, dark, we have everything here. Hopefully we can hit your taste buds, and if we don’t have exactly what you want, we should have something that’s really close to it,” said Ertl.
Under Pressure Brewing is located behind Lat 14 Asian Eatery off Highway 55. The anniversary celebration will be held Friday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Saturday from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m.
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