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August Schell Brewing Company, MN











August "Schell" Brewing Company
1860 Schell's Rd
New Ulm, MN

"Our story began long before 1860 with a man named August Schell. From his birth, his move to the States, and even co-founding New Ulm. We all start somewhere and Schells' story started right here."

If you know anything about Beth, I am not really a drinker ...I'll say I enjoy vodka, but really I don't do it often. I will try it (wine, bourbon, beers, mixed drinks, whatever)...but don't usually enjoy it. We did take a factory tour ... included in that tour would be the grounds, the gorgeous home above, a tasting ...I think like 7 or so type from their different beers. My hubby just drank their root beer ...which was pretty good. My fave was their: Schell's Sangria Red Citrus Lager ...now that was awesome, If i had an occasion where I needed to drink something I might try that again. I thought maybe it was not a real beer?? but it was fruity and good. Check it out if you want, maybe you might enjoy it too? 

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hello,

The brewery and home tour sound like fun. I have been to a wine tasting but not a beer tasting. Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy new week ahead.
Sandi said…
Brewing was so much simpler then...

Hahahaha!
This N That said…
There are microbreweries on every corner today it seems..I guess that was a real brewery?Glad you found something you liked..Have a good week..
Ruth Hiebert said…
That house looks gorgeous. I wonder what I would do if on a tour where I was expected to drink any alcohol ? I just have never and can't say I really want to now. Not that I am opposed to someone having any of it, if done in moderation .
Linda said…
Interesting house! I don't like the smell of alcohol so a tasting does not appeal to me.
Saimi said…
Cool looking place, I don't drink alcohol but I do like to visit and learn about the way things are made.
This N That said…
I'm glad I don't have to cut that hedge..Pretty park..
William Kendall said…
Sounds like a fun visit.

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