Currently Available Beer
|Detail||Minnie Sota IPA||6.3%||68|
|Detail||Cinder Hill Cream Ale||4.4%||17|
|Detail||Hope Chocolate Milk Stout||4.1%||14|
|Detail||Straight River IPA||6.3%||68|
|Detail||Union Depot IPA||6.5%||67|
|Detail||Lemond Lime Gose||4.7%||12|
|Detail||Steele Scotch Ale||7.5%||11|
Cinder Hill Cream Ale
Cinder Hill is a steep 60 foot hill on Linn Avenue overlooking downtown Owatonna, and is used by local athletes for training. MSB’s Cinder Hill Cream Ale is a very drinkable, refreshing beer that would hit the spot after a few runs up and down Cinder Hill.
The Kaplan family has been synonymous with success in Owatonna for over 150 years. The crisp, clean old world flavor of Kölsch will take you back in time to revel in those successes. This is a refreshing German beer that draws you in to that second Kölsch.
Steele County’s very own Czech village, Litomysl (“wistful thoughts”), is renowned as the home of Holy Trinity Church, built in 1940-41 w/ 600 loads of rock from local farm fields. We pay tribute to local Czech history with our wistful Litomysl Lager.
Herb Joesting became known as the “Owatonna Thunderbolt” when he was an All-American fullback at the University of Minnesota. This American IPA will give you the hops and energy to thunder down the road of life.
Steele Scotch Ale
Steele County was created by the Minnesota Territory legislature in February 1855, with Owatonna serving as the county seat. This Scotch ale is a fitting tribute to the hardworking heritage of the early settlers of Steele County.
Hope Chocolate Milk Stout
Steele County’s own Hope, MN, is home to Hope Creamery, makers of the best butter money can buy. We think you’ll love our fine dairy flavors when you toss back one of our Hope Chocolate Milk Stouts. Brewing with deep roast malts and lactose, provides this ale with its sweet, complex flavor. Nitro Tap.
Straight River IPA
The healing water of Owatonna’s Mineral Springs makes its way to the Straight River, rolling directly west of MSB’s brewery and taproom. This ‘lazy river’ imagery perfectly aligns with this hazy, citrusy, thirst-quenching IPA.
Lemond Lime Gose
Lemond Township is just SW of Owatonna, forming a portion of the western border of Steele County. It’s easy to think of Lemond’s rich farmland and lazy summer days as you enjoy the lime flavors of this classic wheat beer.
Luverne Wanous, member of the World Concertina Congress Hall of Fame, has entertained local and global fans with his concertina since 1952. MSB’s first pilsner pays tribute to Luverne’s legacy. We’re confident it hits all the right notes.
Saco Seltzer, a flavored sparkling water named after the Saco Church built in 1891 and moved to the Village of Yesteryear in 1962 where it can still be toured today. We plan to flavor the Saco Seltzer with several refreshing fruit flavors. We know you’ll enjoy MSB’s first seltzer offering.
The Sabra IPA is named in honor of Sabra (Whiting) Otteson, one of Owatonna’s most successful and respected business leaders. Sabra was a third generation owner of J-C Press, a company dating back to the late 1800’s. The Sabra IPA’s hint of coconut with a sweet pineapple finish sets a new bar for summertime hazy …
Union Depot IPA
The Union Depot station was situated where N/S and E/W tracks intersected, forming the “Famous Diamond”, the most important post-Civil War junction in Minnesota. Originally located just north of Front Street, this elegant structure was restored/relocated, and can still be seen on Eisenhower Drive. Raise a glass to those who arrived in Owatonna through the …
Somerset township is located southwest of Owatonna, and has a fitting name for the summer flavors of our first wheat beer, lightly infused with lemon. This is a perfect beer for MSB’s patio this summer, or for your own patio/deck.
Minnie Sota IPA
Born in the late 1800’s just east of Owatonna in the town of Bixby a young lady by the name Minnie Sota Mitchell would soon make her mark by becoming the first female elected official in Owatonna – serving 12 years as our City Clerk. Mineral Springs Brewery is honored to name our newest beer, …