Can Can Wonderland now has a self-service booze tap wall

It's the Can Can Wonderwall!
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If its whimsical mini golf and boardwalk arcade isn't enough for you, Can Can Wonderland now let's you pour your own drinks.

The St. Paul attraction recently installed a "tap wall," giving guests the option of choosing from 36 different drinks that they can pour themselves.

Some 22 of those are beers, with 4 of them wine, and 8 taps Can Can Wonderland's own cocktail creations. The remaining two are non-alcoholic, a cold press coffee and a ginger berry kombucha.

It's part of a wider expansion of the artist-inspired playground, which also includes the opening of three new party rooms, an interactive art installation, and new food and drink menu items that are due to debut on Nov. 1.

Guests will be able to use the tap wall first by presenting a credit card, to start a tab, and then a driver's license to check their age.

They then get a wristband containing "radio frequency identification" that is linked to their tab, and restricts them to a certain number of ounces per hour of beer they can pour.

For cocktails, you're allowed to pour an ounce to try it before pouring an entire glass.

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Can Can Wonderland CEO Jennifer Pennington said: "We pride ourselves on being both a ‘bucket list’ destination and a community gathering place, and we’re thrilled to put an even bigger stake in the ground with this self-service tap wall and all the other exciting elements."

Here's the tap wall list.


  1. Hamm’s
  2. Coors Light
  3. 21 Amendment Blood Orange IPA
  4. Fair State Roselle Sour
  5. Indeed Day Tripper
  6. Bad Weather Hopcromancer
  7. BlackStack Local 755 IPA
  8. Bauhaus Stargrazer Black Lager
  9. Lakes & Legends St. Gail Rsp Honey Ale
  10. Sociable Cider Freewheeler
  11. Modist False Pattern Hazy IPA
  12. Blue Moon
  13. Stella Artois
  14. Sam Adams Seasonal
  15. Surly Todd the Axe Man
  16. Lagunitas PILS
  17. Lake Monster Last Fathom Dark Lager
  18. Maui Lilikoi Saison
  19. Burning Bros Irish Red Ale (gluten free)
  20. Ballast Point Grapefruit IPA
  21. Flat Earth Cybus X1 Porter
  22. Indeed Mexican Honey


  1. Pine Ridge Chenin Blanc/Viognier
  2. Marietta Red Blend
  3. Rose
  4. Chardonnay

Can Can Cocktails

  1. Neon Love
  2. Subtle Beast
  3. Smash Brothers
  4. Cuba Libre
  5. Carnie Palmer
  6. Ti Punch
  7. Old Fashioned
  8. Twister


  1. Big Watt Cold Press Coffee
  2. GT's Ginger Berry Kombucha

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