A lot of craft breweries have their own landing craft rooms, which serve as a sort of “couch” where employees can make purchases, receive discounts, or simply hang out with friends.
But if your local craft brewery doesn’t have a landing craft room, then it’s a bit harder to come by.
In this case, that’s the case for the new Cricut Craft Room at the brewery’s downtown Minneapolis location.
The brewery plans to open Cricuts Craft Room in the fall.
Cricots craft beer will be served in the taproom.
(Image credit: Cricot Brewery)”We love craft beer.
We’re not afraid to say it,” said Cricott owner John Cricotti.
“Our customers want to be able to come to the brewery, come in and get a taste.
We like to make our craft beer affordable.”
The new craft room will offer a limited number of Cricoti craft beers, ranging from the more popular “Burgundy, IPA and Barrel Aged Saison” to more experimental brews, like a Belgian Tripel.
But the brewery will be happy to make room for those who want to sample some of the newest craft beer, which is something Cricuto said is something that has been the case with the taprooms in the past.
“We want to make sure that our customers are getting what they want when they go into our taproom,” he said.
“The taproom has always been about the experience.
So, for example, we don’t have that kind of beer that’s all about the hops.
We want to take that experience and bring it to the table.
So for us, we’ve got to make it affordable.”
A Cricute Craft Room will feature a rotating selection of Crioti craft beer available for sampling and a cash bar.
(Photo credit: Courtesy Cricotta Brewery)Cricut’s taproom will be the second in Minnesota and will feature the brewerys most popular beer, Cricotin Beer.
This beer will have a rotating lineup of Crianuts brews and be available for sample and to purchase.
The beer will also be available in the Cricuttas craft beer lounge.
Crianut Brewing Co. will offer two taps for sampling, as well as an extensive wine list and an outdoor bar.