Maple Märzen

Maple Märzen

Lager Brewed with Maple Syrup
Seasonal: Fall

Our Maple Märzen is a great fall beer offering highlighting local products. Märzen beers were traditionally brewed in March (März) while the weather was still cool and brewing was practical. The beer would be lagered through the summer and served in the fall. Fall festivals including Oktoberfest proved to be a great time to enjoy these well-aged and complex beers which were also crisp and refreshing.

Maple Märzen blends traditional German malts and hops with local maple syrup. The result is a rich and toasty malt flavor with a strong maple character. The German Noble hops lend a subtle balancing spice to the beer but play second fiddle to the malt/maple profile. German lager yeast helps the Märzen stay crisp and clean tasting, letting the other ingredients shine through. This is a traditional lager style with an added Northwoods twist, making it a welcome addition to a sunny but cool autumn day or at any campfire.

Castle Danger Brewery donates a portion of the total sales of Maple Märzen to the Superior Hiking Trail Association.




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We've been busy up here in Two Harbors... introducing Lager Royale, a crisp and refreshing Premium Lager. This is a light and easy-drinking beer with subtle sweetness and low bitterness. If you're new to craft beer or if you're not a big fan of hops and bitterness, Lager Royale is a beer for you! 🍻 Available today at our taproom and rolling out to the market this week!

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Happy National Rescue Dog Day! This is a friendly reminder that not all dogs are great at posing for the camera. 😂  But, we love them anyway. Treat your favorite hound with a Castle Danger dog bandana, available at our taproom or online. 🍻

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Minnesota Liquor laws SUCK!

Today marks the first day that Castle Danger Brewery can no longer sell growlers. LUCKILY, I made the quick trip up yesterday and got my growler filled one last time.

Why can’t they sell growlers you may ask? Because they have reached the state max of 20,000 barrels produced per year, above that they can no longer off-sale in their own taproom. The problem is, these breweries feel this hit hard. Growlers account for 1/3 of taproom sales and they are now losing that income. This also effects the consumer as most craft breweries typically make a lot of One-off or specialty beers that may only be available in the taproom. With growlers, customers are able to take those new favorites home. Without this option, consumers are forced to only enjoy this product in house. Not to mention we are basically punishing these breweries for producing amazing, high quality beer that people love and want to buy.

If you want to help show Minnesota Lawmakers that we want the cap raised to 250,000 barrels, the link to the petition is in my Bio. If we get enough signatures legislature will have to look at this new law this period. Support small business like it’s your dang job!!!
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Feeling extra smiley today thanks to the return of 70° weather on the North Shore. 🍻

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