56 Brewing Dark Territory

Brewed by 56 Brewing

Sweet Stout5.6% ABV31 IBU

Independent Craft Brewer Seal

A rich and complex stout composed of smooth, sweet and dark tones without being overpowering. Forefront aromas of chocolate, roasted dark malts.

Dark territory is a term used in the North American railroad industry to describe a section of running track not controlled by signals or traffic control. Train movements in dark territory were previously handled by timetable and train order operation but now replaced with train dispatchers managing train movements directly.

The brew house is adjacent to BNSF & CP train and railroads that run throughout Minneapolis, hence the appropriateness of this craft beer brewed in our facility.

Food Pairing: Pairs well with: Roasted Beef, Blue Cheese


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