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Schell’s, Minnesota’s oldest beer maker, fights for the right to be called “craft” beer.
A stunning next act from the folks who brought you Crave.
Why settle for dinner at a five-star restaurant when you can impress your clients and other VIP guests with an evening under the stars in your own backyard?
Burning Brothers Brewing, which will open its doors this summer and hopes to have a taproom, will be the only 100 percent gluten-free brewery in the Midwest.
Following the sale, Supervalu will have annual sales of about $17 billion; meanwhile, the buyer, an affiliate of Cerberus Capital Management, will become the company’s largest shareholder, with 21.2 percent of outstanding common shares.
The company’s earnings climbed nearly 2 percent while sales increased 8 percent during the third quarter, driven largely by sales in recently acquired businesses.
The company said it is exploring additional investment opportunities in other emerging restaurant concepts that have growth potential.
A Caribou Coffee location was included in a prototype of J.C. Penney’s next-generation stores, but the coffee chain has reportedly stopped pursuing plans to open outlets inside the retailer’s stores.
Jack Riebel, chef and co-owner of Butcher & the Boar, and Michelle Gayer, chef and owner of the Salty Tart, are among five individuals vying for the 2013 “Best Chef” in the Midwest award.
The company is asking the Supreme Court to review its recent ruling regarding locked-out workers; meanwhile, a proposed amendment seeks to ensure that locked-out North Dakota workers are not eligible for unemployment benefits in the future.
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