Locals play games surrounding it, put strange things in it, and help hold down North Dakota’s #3 position on the list of states that drink the most beer. Fargoans are also huge supporters of drinking local, and we have the breweries to prove it.
So without further ado, find our 10 (that’s right, TEN) brewery locations below.
The only brewery located in Fargo’s Downtown District, this unassuming building hides a high-ceiling, industrial chic interior… and an array of quirky activities.
You can play a classic Midwestern game of bags (or cornhole, as North Dakotans call it), round up a team for a themed trivia night, or join in Viking Yoga on the second Saturday of each month and get your meditation and your first pint in one go.
The very first brewery to crop up in the Red River Valley, the taproom will surprise you.
The building looks like an old warehouse, and the taproom looks like a production floor (probably because it is the production floor).
Sip beers that are seemingly right out of the tank, surrounded by waiting-to-be-filled cans stacked to the ceiling. Couches, board games, a rotating schedule of food trucks, and a house dog make you feel like you’re one of the family.
Events-wise, you can also join Yoga on Tap every third Friday of the month at 5:30pm to start your weekend with a workout and a beer, or stop in on a Wednesday for trivia night.
The most recent addition to the craft beer scene in Fargo, Pixeled doubles as the city’s first-ever arcade! More than 50 arcade games line the walls from classic games like Frogger, Space Invaders, and Ms. Pacman, to the newest kid on the block, Killer Queen. See a full list of arcade games on their website.
Prairie Brothers are always brewing something new, check out their current tap list.
Cheers To Us
While we're usually pretty humble, we must admit: When it comes to drinking, we are pretty darn good at it. Not so many years ago, the only craft beer produced in the Fargo-Moorhead area was brewed in a garage. Now, the area has seven full-fledged breweries.