Yep! The growler (you know, the big glass bottle) still costs $8, but it’s infinitely refillable, and the fills (yes, of anything on tap) will cost only $6 this weekend (October 29- November 1) That’s half the normal price of $12. Fill a couple for watching the election returns next week. I know I will!
Yes, Harry Potter and true crime fans, trivia returns this week! With (I can’t believe it’s not) Butterbeer as well! You need tickets, and there are only 8 left as of this writing for the Harry Potter trivia, more for Serial Killers. For tickets, please click the links below: Harry Potter, Thursday October 29, 7:00 […]
Finally! Just in time for Halloween, trivia returns. We kick it off on Thursday October 29 with Harry Potter, then follow with the always popular Serial Killer trivia on Friday the 30th. A big change: now you need a ticket to participate. Each team member needs a ticket ($8.50 plus taxes and fees, so around […]
By Jeff Zeitler on Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020
The taproom has felt so empty these past few months, even with our brief attempt at reopening in July. We’re looking forward to opening the doors again to the general public and getting the cider pouring again! If you haven’t yet heard we are opening Thursdays 4-9, Fridays 4-9, Saturdays 1-9 and Sundays 1-5 from the 24th […]
We aren’t hosting real tours at the moment, but you can go on a virtual tour and tasting this Thursday, hosted by Jeff of Urban Forage. Several other cideries will host as the autumn unfolds, giving you an opportunity to see into a slew of Minnesota cideries even during this unending pandemic. It should be […]
Hey! It’s been a while, but we’ve finally bottled and labeled and gotten all of our wine varieties uploaded to the online store. We now have Frontenac, Frontenac Gris and Edelweiss available. If you only try one- try the Frontenac Gris. It’s the flavor of late summer in a bottle and even if you think […]
This week Mayor Frey announced that all bars in Minneapolis will have to close, and no reopen date has been given. Our taproom falls under that order, so we are closing it up for now. We are still taking orders online and doing free home delivery, so please keep that in mind when you’re in […]
We’re trying this for now. Opening the taproom Fridays 4-8 and Saturdays 1-8. This weekend, bring your rhubarb in and get 10% off a bottle of rhubarb wine per pound. Stay and try out our new back patio too while you’re at it!
Hey! There’s one more day to take advantage of our Memorial Day But Without All The Camping And Barbecuing Sale. All bombers of cider are $9.99 and bottles of wine or mead are $19.99. And delivery is free! Check it out here at our online store. We’re working on a plan for reopening our taproom, […]
To all our dandelion picking volunteers: thank you for being willing to go out with us! I wish we had better weather today, but as it is, it’ll be too dark for the flowers to open- making them difficutl to find- and too wet to sit on the grass and pick- at least for long. […]
I know that some people will be terribly disappointed, but it looks like it’ll be too cool and wet on Sunday the 10th for dandelion picking. That, and the dandelions, after making a good start at the beginning of May have significantly slowed down flowering. We’re still probably going to have a good crop of […]
In our house, there are two beverages we’ll usually have each day. Chia (also known as chai) in the morning and hard cider in the evening. The hard cider is usually just me. Gita’s main beverage is chia, which may as well be the national drink of Nepal. I’m posting Gita’s recipe (first time ever […]
Our bottle shop is closing for now- at least until April 10th. We can’t risk getting sick, or getting you sick, so for now, it’s online ordering only. The upshot is- free delivery! Yes, order and pay online and we’ll deliver it to your home for free within 24 hours. If we don’t get it […]
Hi! We’re open, but only for bottle sales this Thursday 4-7, Friday 4-7 and Saturday 2-5. We’re also selling gift cards if you’re interested and glad to chat too (just stay 6 feet away, ok?) Cheers, sort of.
In the best interest of our employees, customers and our own health, we have decided to close the Urban Forage taproom for the rest of March, and possibly beyond, due to the rising threat of COVID-19. We plan to continue selling bottles off-sale for some limited hours, and also are beginning plans for delivery service! […]
Prolific Longfellow artist Anita White returns for her third show at Urban Forage this weekend with a wide assortment of framed linoleum block prints. Anita’s focus in this show is primarily on plants, flowers and the occasional insect. Be calmed and dazzled by botanical block prints that might put you in that spring mood, even […]
Talented Longfellow artist Brendon Farley is exhibiting this February at Urban Forage. Brandon paints our (almost monochromatic in the winter) neighborhood of South Minneapolis with a brilliant range of color. His painting makes everything– alleys, garbage cans, empty soccer fields, snowy streets; beautiful, even romantic, capturing the late twilight winter sky, the glow of streetlamps and the little pools […]
I tell you, this is a nice place to be on a sunny winter day. It took extra money and effort to build in the tall new windows on the south side when we renovated this building. But boy is it worth it. On a chilly but bright February day it’s positively radiant in here. […]