Summit Brewing Company tells Minnesota Public Radio it will open its on-site taproom by late September. At first, it will only be open to the public on Fridays from 3 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Summit Brewing Marketing Coordinator Carey Matthews said, "This is definitely something we're excited about, to bring more people in to experience our beer where it was made."
Food trucks will also be on hand outside the brewery, Twin Cities Business reports.
Gov. Mark Dayton legalized taprooms when he signed the "Surly bill" into law last year.
Brooklyn Center-based Surly Brewing Company has narrowed its list of locations for a $2o million destination brewpub, but has not announced a final decision.