Disgruntled Brewing in Perham is staying open after all, under new ownership

After announcing in April that the brewery would be closing its doors in mid-May, Disgruntled announced in a May 27 Facebook post that it will remain open under a new ownership team.

Craft beer flows from a tap at Disgruntled Brewing in Perham.
Craft beer flows from a tap at Disgruntled Brewing in Perham.
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PERHAM — Disgruntled Brewing in Perham will remain open under a new ownership team, according to a Friday, May 27 Facebook post.

"The legacy continues," the post states.

Disgruntled had in April announced that it would be closing its doors on May 15 .

"The original owners, who have been there through everything with us, will always have a special place in all our hearts," the Facebook post states. "We wish them the best of luck with what the future has in store for them. We cannot thank them enough for all that they've done for us all."

The post concludes with a quote from Meister Eckhart, a German theologian, philosopher and mystic, who said, "And suddenly you just know ... it's time to start something new and trust the magic of new beginnings."


Disgruntled opened for business in 2016, with its official "first pour" occurring on Feb. 7 of that year.

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