PREVIEW: INDEED BREWING CO.'S HULLABALOO
Live music and beer will make a smash at the Northeast brewery’s two-day fall festival.
This Saturday and Sunday, Indeed Brewing Co.’s taproom will be crawling with flannel-wearing, pint-sipping music lovers. The annual Hullabaloo festival is back with an impressive musical lineup and enticing beer reveals.
In addition to celebrating the return of Indeed’s seasonal Yamma Jamma Harvest Ale, the festival marks the release of the barrel aged 2016 Rum King Imperial Stout, which, for the first time, will be available in cans for purchase at your local liquor store. Plus, the brewers at Indeed are hoping to tap into this year's first batch of Fresh Hop Ale, one of their most anticipated brews, on Sunday afternoon. To complement your pint, enjoy a Jucy Blucy from Blue Door Pub or try a vegan salted pretzel courtesy of Aki’s BreadHaus. Needless to say, you won’t go hungry (or thirsty) at this jam-packed fall festival.
Nothing goes with beer and food like live music, so Hullabaloo will host 14 bands from 12 to 11 p.m. on Saturday and 12 to 8 p.m. on Sunday. I am personally looking forward to seeing the folksy Americana group, Romantica, perform off their newest album, Shadowlands. The Twin Cities-native band will be the perfect way to round out a weekend of homegrown fun.
Hullabaloo is free and open to the public, but keep in mind that the event is cash only. Hit up your local ATM prior to arriving, and I recommend parking a few blocks away. A brisk fall stroll never hurt anyone—plus, how else are you going to burn off those calories earned from this all-around tasty event?