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Castle Danger Brewery Prepares for Grand Opening

Updated: 08/08/2014 11:02 PM
Created: 08/08/2014 5:55 PM WDIO.com
By: Julie Kruse
jkruse@wdio.com
Twitter: JulieMKruse

The Castle Danger Brewery in Two Harbors is the first brewery in Lake County and will have its grand opening on August 15.

The owner, Clint MacFarlane, started brewing commercially in March of 2011 in a small location in Castle Danger, Minn. Since then, they've expanded to it's new location at 17 7th Street in Two Harbors. The old facility produced 93 gallon batches a week, while the new facility bumped them up to over 3,600 gallons a week.

As of right now, the new building can seat 100 people; however, MacFarlane said once the patio and outdoor space is done, they will be able to seat nearly 200 people.

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