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New Brew: Stacked Deck Brewing Company to Open this Fall in St. Paul

New Brew: Stacked Deck Brewing Company to Open this Fall in St. Paul Photo: KSTP/ File

March 17, 2017 12:13 PM

Minnesotans will have a new place to enjoy a beer in St. Paul this fall.

Hempel Companies and the Saint Paul Port Authority have announced that Stacked Deck Brewing Company is set to open a tap room and production facility within the Treasure Island Center - what was formerly a Macy's location - in the fall.

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The brewery includes roughly 10,000 square feet of space on the street-level of Cedar Street, with roughly 3,000 square feet for the tap room and 7,000 square feet for production space.

"We could not be more excited to open our doors at Treasure Island Center," Stacked Deck Brewing Company CEO Andrew Erickson said in a statement. "It's the perfect location to introduce our uniquely crafted 30+ different brews – it's right on the light rail, connected to the skyway system and within walking distance to Xcel Energy Center, CHS Field and the new Palace Theatre."

The brewery is working with the architecture firm that helped design Tattersall Distillery in Northeast Minneapolis and Wild Minds Artisan Ales in the Windom neighborhood of Minneapolis.

The company will initially employ 10 people, with future plans to increase its employee base to 20 by its third year.

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Rebecca Omastiak

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