Castle Danger Brewery in Two Harbors is making some big changes the next couple of years with the help of some grants they were awarded this year. 

If you have not yet tried any of their beers, I highly recommend the Castle Cream Ale. The expansion will include a new packaging hall adjacent to the current building in downtown Two Harbors, moving all the brite tanks (final part of the fermentation process), plus the canning and the kegging operations to the new building.

According to DNT, Castle Danger got the $90,000 grant from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development for restoring The old YMCA and Sawmill and Railroad house which the brewery is currently in.

Castle Danger just released their new Double Crossing IPA in the taproom and it will be released to bars in the coming weeks.

The expansion will also include a lot more than just the productions facility. The taproom will close for a week in April to upgrade the back bar to a 20-tap system and the outdoor patio will get some love to by adding seating and some outdoor activities in May. If all goes all, the 10-tap system that was in the back bar, will be installed to create a patio bar in spring of 2018.

Th Taproom opened up in 2014 and because of it's success, it sounds like the place will just keep on expanding. There are a few hearsay rumors about the coming years and I'm excited to see if they come true. I'm a big fan of supporting local brews and Castle Danger is definitely an excellent choice.

Let me know what you think about the changes coming to Castle Danger in the comments below.