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Tap Talk: Lift Bridge, Red Cow COW-laborate On Coconut Porter

After four successful “COWlobaoration” iterations, the steaks have been raised.

And that’s no bull.

Red Cow is joining forces once again with Stillwater’s Lift Bridge Brewing Company to create the fifth beer in the “COWlaboration” series. 97 more words

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Mike's Mix: Fall Cocktails At Red Cow

Each week, Mike Augustyniak finds a new cocktail from a local mixologist. This week he talks with Ian Lowther, beverage director of Red Cow, about a couple cocktail recipes. 499 more words

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St. Paul's Finest Dining: Dinner

I realize that starting with Dinner seems a little backwards, but it’s my favorite meal to eat out for so it made sense to me to start with sharing some of my favorite dinner spots in St. 837 more words

MNfusion: Red Cow Owner Luke Shimp, Chef Macdonald Talk New Red Rabbit

Luke Shimp has been a longtime institution in the Twin Cities food scene.

For years, he was the CFO and co-owner of Blue Plate Restaurant Company, the umbrella company of such places as The Lowry, Groveland Tap and Longfellow Grill.  1,607 more words

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Minnesota Twins Home Opener 2016

This week’s Minnesota Mondays feature is all about the Twins Home Opener—which in my eyes is a holiday. There’s nothing like arriving at the ballpark for the first game of the season, cheering for the players as the lineup is announced, seeing the large American flag unfurled in the outfield and seeing the fighter jets flyover the stadium at the end of the National Anthem. 251 more words

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Nodding Cow

On the mantlepiece of the student’s lounge is a nodding red cow, given to us in a ritual gift-giving moment by a departing Japanese student, the legendary Tatsunori of Toshiba. 227 more words

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The Galway Raftery family

In my last post I looked at the Raftery family who fled to Stafford from Kiltullagh, Co. Roscommon, during the Famine, and particularly at the sad life of William Raftery. 1,798 more words