Miraculum IPA comes to us from Pryes Brewing Company, a newly licensed joint that's operating out of Lucid's facility in Minnetonka.
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|Miraculum, a Minnesota IPA, on tap now at local restaurants and bars|
"It's a relatively little known shared equipment arrangement called an alternating proprietorship," says owner-founder Jeremy Pryes of his company's unique current set-up. "When Badger Hill announced its plans to leave Lucid to open a stand-alone production brewery in Shakopee, we jumped at the opportunity to rent their space in Minnetonka."
Pryes says his grander scheme involves opening a standalone facility, selling at liquor stores, and hopefully operating a small taproom where they'll sell mead, Miraculum, and other true-to-style beers.
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