SIOUX FALLS - Craft beer continues to make an impact on the brewing industry, not only nationally, but here in South Dakota.
WoodGrain Brewing Company will be the next local brewery to open its doors, and it'll be in downtown Sioux Falls.
On September 3rd, WoodGrain will be the 3rd to do so in the city.
Owners Jason Currie-Olson, Steve Hartman and Ryan Van Tol describe WoodGrain as a "local micro-brewery specializing in quality craft-made beers served in a warm, inviting, and comfortable tap house location."
Recently moving in to The Plaza building, on the corner of Phillips and 9th St. in downtown Sioux Falls, WoodGrain will take center stage in a town that has fallen in love with craft beer.
Opening the first week of September, the owners of WoodGrain have already released four 'All Year Beers' (Wheat, Pale Ale, India Pale Ale and Milk Stout) and two more Seasonal and Specialty brews (Rhubarb Wheat and Coffee Porter).
Supporting their friends at other local microbreweries is important to WoodGrain Brewing Company.
As a result, WoodGrain offers a variety of South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, and Nebraska craft beers from breweries like West O, Wooden Legs, Bank Brewing Co., and Fernson Brewing Co.