The Bakken Museum Partnering with 9 Local Breweries, Cideries for 21+ Event

Contact: Laura Whittet
Associate Director of Communications
O: 612-926-3878 ext. 227
C: 651-242-0779

The Bakken Museum’s August 15 event to bring together Twin Cities’
top breweries for beer and science event

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – Join The Bakken Museum on August 15 for an evening of revelry and exploration (dancing optional). Hear how beer and breweries are influencing science, explore the museum’s exhibits and gardens, and enjoy craft brews on the museum’s rooftop patio.

WHAT: Adult-only event at The Bakken Museum with live music, craft beer samples, and presentations about the science of brewing.

WHO: Event hosted by The Bakken Museum with live music from Joseph Berg and Ar.birn and food for purchase from Eat Street Social. Presentations and tastings from local breweries, including Able Seedhouse & Brewery, Bauhaus Brew Labs, Surly Brewing Company, Lakes & Legend Brewing Company, Modist Brewing Company, Number 12 Cider, Tin Whiskers Brewing Company, Torg Brewery, and Pryes Brewing Company.

WHERE: The Bakken Museum – 3537 Zenith Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55416

WHEN: Thursday, August 15, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

COST: $20 per ticket, free for members of The Bakken Museum

Bakkenalia: On Tap is the final event of a three-part summer series focusing on the science of food and drink. Tickets available online ( until 12 p.m. on Thursday, August 15. Due to the popularity of The Bakken Museum’s 21+ evening events, tickets will be limited. Tickets also available for purchase at the door. Must be 21 years of age or older to attend.


The Bakken Museum

The Bakken Museum inspires a passion for innovation by exploring the potential for science, technology and the humanities to make the world a better place. The museum is Minnesota’s only Smithsonian-Affiliate Museum and features a world-renowned collection of books and artifacts, multiple galleries focusing on the wonders of invention, plant medicine, bio-technology, and science, and The Florence Bakken Medicinal Garden. For more information, visit or call 612-926-3878.