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Brew N Stew

Saturday, September 28th from 11 am to 6 pm

Todd Park (5600 Chicago Ave)

Brew N Stew celebrates the art community in the City of Minneapolis. Live music from local bands each hour, local beer and food trucks and local artists selling their original works.

Band Line-up for 2019

Click here for all the information on the bands performing at this year's Brew N Stew!

Activities

FREE Art Project at HPDL tent

Inflatable Slide

Yard Games

Kid's Games

Story Time tent (stories at noon, 1 pm and 2 pm)

FREE Smores courtesy of Pearl Park

Food Trucks and Stew Competition

The Fabled Rooster  

The Purple People Feeder 

Pharoah's Gyros

Twin Cities Paella

Kowalski's Market

Fresco's Kitchen

Stew Competition Information:

5 of the food vendors (not Kowalski's) will be participating in the stew competition.  Purchase a $2/2 ounce portion of each stew and vote for your favorite on the HPDL facebook page or on twitter @hpdl_mpls with hashtag #stewORdie.  People's choice will be announced on the main stage at 4:30 pm.  

Beer!!

We are happy to announce that East Lake Brewery is our beer sponsor for Brew N Stew 2019!  Go and check them out at Midtown Global Market.

We will be pouring 4 beers and a cider.  Prices are 

$5/12 oz

$7/16 oz

$15 for a 16 oz Brew N Stew beer mug.  $6 refills on the mug

Artists

Zealous Paintings

Conny's ReCreations

Leslie Anderson

Candere

West Ash Designs

Skyler Walz

Samuel Hightower

The Leather Loft

Wood Art by Bob

Frostbeard Studio

Rachel Weiss Art

Emilee Comeau Art

Staci Cravens

Wyrd Sisters

Vikse

Cindy DeVries

Mika and Gaea

Julia Jenkins Art

Jack Samels

Abigail Rain Art

Acme Project Shop

Chris Broste Photography

Sara Pimental Art

In Yo Face Facepainting

Chel Mattson

Studio 2 Ceramics

Important Notes

Please be aware that there is road construction around Todd Park this year.  56th is closed so please take Portland to reach the park.  There is plenty of street parking around the park and if you live in the neighborhood we encourage you to walk or ride your bike.