Summit Brewery Tour
Recently, our team got the chance to visit with the folks at Summit Brewing. After learning more about their plans for 2017 (which are going to knock your socks off), we toured their overwhelming brewhouse and learned more about their process.
Want an honest look at what a tour at Summit Brewing looks like? For some of our team, it was their first time at Summit (or touring with our company). Here’s what they thought:
Race Hopper says, “First off, Damo is an amazing guy to hear speak. Any time you get to hear that knowledge and perspective about beer, it’s amazing. The tour was great and it was cool to see all the processes and facilities. It’s great to represent a company that’s moving forward like that.”
Sarah Schilling comments, “I couldn’t believe how big the equipment actually was! Damo was also super interesting to listen to because he is so smart and so knowledgeable. It’s a hoot to listen to him talk because he knows everything and can talk about it forever.”
Ben Dockter, who had toured Summit before, went for his first time with our team and received an especially in-depth tour. He says, “I’m always impressed when I go there with the facility itself as well as the care that goes into the product. Summit is one of my favorite brands; I love the hometown feel and the quality.”
Megan Pelowski also realized just how large Summit’s facility is. “And it’s local, what’s better!?” She also learned why her favorite Summit beer (Oatmeal Stout) isn’t packaged. “Damo did an amazing job talking about the different styles and why they brew what they brew,” she comments. “I highly recommend other people go on the tour. Summit is by far one of the best breweries in Minnesota, and people need to take advantage of that.”
Mandy Cutter, one of our newer team members, says, “Summit was my first ever brewery tour. The size of the tanks was very overwhelming. Even the medium ones, I was like a child looking at a horse. Damo led the tour and was phenomenal. I learned about the brewing process on a computer watching a YouTube video, so being able to see it was really cool.”