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JUNE 2021

VOL. 13 | NO. 5

SUMMER ISSUE

FEATURING

A Rental Close to Home: The 605 Cabin GIST WINE SHOP: MORE THAN RETAIL

605 STOPS BY: THE BUTTERFLY HOUSE & AQUARIUM

ON THE MENU: BRO BRGR BAR

MEET THE CREATIVE: BRIAN BIEBER


put the dd in mixed drinks From Cinco de Mayo to Labor Day, summer is filled with celebrations. If you plan to raise a glass, plan a sober ride home. And make sure to reward your DD with a refreshing mocktail from our summer series. They’re fake drinks for real friends.

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Tequila-less Sunrise ingredients 3/4 cup pulp free orange juice 1/2 cup peach juice 3 tbsp lemon soda 3 tbsp grenadine Ice

instructions Step 1 - In this order, fill a highball glass with ice, orange juice, peach juice then lemon soda. Step 2 - Add grenadine syrup. It will sink to the bottom then rise to the top as you drink. Step 3 - Garnish with cherries and orange slices. Enjoy.

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CONTENTS VOL. 13 | NO. 5

JUNE 2021

THIS MONTH’S FEATURES

HOME + LIVING 24

A RENTAL CLOSE TO HOME | THE 605 CABIN

LIFESTYLE 56

ARCTIC SOMBRERO | A COOL PRODUCT

FOOD + DRINK 68

GIST WINE SHOP | MORE THAN RETAIL

IN EVERY ISSUE

605

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ART + DESIGN 36 88

MEET THE CREATIVE | BRIAN BIEBER HANG OUT WITH | LINDSAY WILLERS & AMBER BLOM

CULTURE + ENTERTAINMENT 16

605 STOPS BY | THE BUTTERFLY HOUSE & AQUARIUM

EVENTS 8 10

6 THINGS EVENT CALENDAR

FOOD + DRINK 46 66 98

ON THE MENU | BRO BRGR BAR 605 BREWERS | COVERT ARTISAN ALES & CELLARS 605 PROFILE | 605 MAGAZINE SUMMER ISSUE PALE ALE

LIFESTYLE 78

605 TRIES | IVCLUB

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LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER: CO-FOUNDER + DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS Alana Snyder CO-FOUNDER + MARKETING & EVENT MANAGER

Sharissa Hermanson

John Snyder

Coralie Richards

MULTIMEDIA DESIGNER Tyson Schultz

I love hearing about innovation, and I’m so inspired by people in our state. This issue had several examples of this, including ivclub, Gist Wine Shop, and Arctic Sombrero. Jenny Haiar created a unique experience to hydrate and rejuvenate you (with snacks and beverages available). Mel Guse rebranded her former successful business and conceptualized a custom sommelier experience (on site or at home). Ron Heiman spent years inventing a way to keep your drinks cooler (and incognito, to boot). The energy seems to continue to buzz and rebuild in South Dakota going into a summer with a fresh start, and I’m excited to see where it continues to go.

LETTER FROM THE TEAM:

Amber May Brad Zimmerman PRINTER

Jordan Cushman

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LEAD MULTIMEDIA DESIGNER

Alana Snyder

CIRCULATION

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Dawn Geertsema EDITORIAL AS S ISTANT

When I saw The Butterfly House & Aquarium in our content plan for this month, I was quick to volunteer myself to write that article and be involved every step of the way. I’ve loved it there since my grandma began taking me when I was just a pigtailed little girl. Hearing about the ambitious expansion and spending time with the creatures there gave me so much anticipation for their future—and for mine as a frequent visitor and lover of all things Butterfly House. I think I’m most excited for being able to give pets to the cownose stingrays again when the pandemic lifts, and the possibility of adding sharks to what I lovingly refer to as the “water-dog” tank is so exhilarating. I know what it feels like to pet a shark, though. Just ask my puppy. THANK YOU TO OUR 605 MAGAZINE ISSUE SPONSOR:

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EVENTS

605 SUMMER CLASSIC.

6 things to do this month

Due to the possibility of cancellations, please check event websites/social media posts before attending.

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605 Day Party + 605 Magazine Summer Issue Beer Collab Launch June 5 FERNSON DOWNTOWN | SIOUX FALLS | 4 P.M. + LOST CABIN BEER CO. | RAPID CITY | 4 P.M.

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Celebrate 605 Day with the 605 Magazine team from either side of the state with the debut of the 2021 605 Magazine Summer Issue brew. This pale ale is made with local honey and is a collaboration between Fernson Brewing Company and Lost Cabin Beer Co. Enjoy music by Pinnacle Productions and HomeSlice Media Group in the summer sun, munching on food and sipping on your beverage of choice. Don’t miss the chance to win or buy local swag. MORE INFO: 605MAGAZINE.COM.

Levit t at the Falls Kickoff June 11 LEVITT SHELL | SIOUX FALLS | 6:30 P.M. After a year without an in-person season, Levitt at the Falls kicks off its season on June 11. The lawn opens at 6 p.m., allowing access to the night’s drinks and food trucks: Backyard BBQ, The Leaf Grill, and The Lunch Box. Music begins at 6:30 p.m. with opener Groove Inc. before Ranky Tanky takes the stage. This Grammy-winning group plays songs with soul in many genres, including jazz, funk, R&B, and gospel. MORE INFO: LEVITTSIOUXFALLS.ORG.

Wild Bill Days 2021 June 17-19 MAIN STREET | DEADWOOD | TIMES VARY Head to Deadwood to celebrate Wild Bill Hickok, one of the most memorable gunslingers of the town. On Main Street, jam to different artists including headliners Ronnie Milsap and Jo Dee Messina. Try your hand at panning for gold, stop by the National Dock Dogs Competition, and tune in for a classic car auction. MORE INFO: DEADWOOD.COM.

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Oahe Days Arts & Music Fes tival June 18-19 STEAMBOAT PARK | PIERRE | TIMES VARY For some family-friendly fun, load up the vehicle and spend a few days at Steamboat Park at Oahe Days. Give some carnival games your best shot, and get dizzy on a few rides. With options like Happy Zappy Laser Tag, pony rides, Little Players’ Children’s Theater, Bouncy Inflatable Land, and more, there’s something for everyone. Friday, Arch Allies will perform rock music from the likes of Journey, Def Leppard, and Bon Jovi. Headlining the Oahe Days Saturday concert is Parmalee, an increasingly more popular country group. MORE INFO: OAHEDAYS.COM.

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605 Summer Cl assic June 19 CHERAPA PLACE | SIOUX FALLS | NOON Join the 605 team for the 605 Summer Classic, an unlimited, all-South Dakota beer tasting with over 18 breweries. Listen to live music from the Elisabeth Hunstad Trio and DJ Chris Hintz, stroll the vendors, and try your hand at some South Dakota trivia. When your munchies roll around, grab a bite from Harry’s Yellow Submarine or MSP Pretzel. Don’t miss the official after party at Monks Ale House. MORE INFO: 605SUMMERCLASSIC.COM.

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Main S treet Arts & Cr afts Fes tival June 25-27 CENTENNIAL PARK | HOT SPRINGS | TIMES VARY Check out the local art, handmade crafts, food, and music of Hot Springs at the Main Street Arts & Crafts Festival. Explore everything from woodworkers to jewelers to candlemakers to entertainers and more. Performing at the Main Stage Pavilion will be local musicians Allen and Jill, Rupert Wates, and Carol Markstrom. And the kids can spend time in the Children’s Tent or exploring their inner artists at the Sidewalk Chalk station. MORE INFO: MAINSTREETARTSANDCRAFTS.COM.

W E LC O M E BAC K TO THE LEVITT O U R C I T Y. O U R M US IC. JUNE

11 – SEPTEMBER 11

www.levittsiouxfalls.org


EVENTS

J U N E 202 1 E V E NT S +ENTERTAINMENT

ABERDEEN

4

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+SHRINK RAP LADIES

Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Aberdeen. 12:10 p.m. More info: visitaberdeensd.com.

4, 11, 18, 25

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+WEEKLY RACING Brown County Speedway, Aberdeen. 7 p.m. More info: visitaberdeensd.com.

10-12

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+YELDUZ SHRINE CIRCUS

Aberdeen Civic Arena, Aberdeen. Times vary. More info: facebook.com.

+SPORTS

18

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+DOUBLE S DUO

+BLACK HILLS

+BROOKINGS KITE

+PERT NEAR

Black Hills Roundup Grounds, Belle Fourche. Times vary. More info: blackhillsroundup.com.

Fishback Soccer Complex, Brookings. All day. More info: facebook.com.

Custer Beacon, Custer. 8 p.m. More info: custerbeacon.com.

ROUNDUP

Aberdeen Elks Lodge, Aberdeen. 7 p.m. More info: visitaberdeensd.com.

19-20

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BRANDON

+ARTS IN THE PARK

5

Melgaard Park, Aberdeen. 10 a.m. More info:aberdeenareaartscouncil. com.

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25

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+RON GOERHING Aberdeen Elks Lodge, Aberdeen. 7 p.m. More info: visitaberdeensd.com.

+FAMILY FUN WEEKEND

Storybook Land, Aberdeen. Times vary. More info: aberdeen.sd.us.

17

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+SUMMER CONCERT SERIES: FLASHMOB!

Malchow Plaza, Aberdeen. 6 p.m. More info: visitaberdeensd.com.

HOUSE & RUN FOR THE WINE

11

25-26

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+BROAD CAST

THEATRE SHOWS Wilde Prairie Winery, Brandon. 6 p.m. More info: brandonvalleychamber.com.

Times vary. More info: hubcitysoccerclub.com.

21-22

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Whitetail Bowmen Archery, Aberdeen. 9 a.m. More info: whitetailbowmen.com.

+SPRING OPEN

Wilde Prairie Winery, Brandon. 9 a.m. More info: wildeprairiewinery. com.

KARAOKE

12-13

ROSES

10

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BELLE FOURCHE

+TOURNAMENT OF

19-20

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Aberdeen Elks Lodge, Aberdeen. 6 p.m. More info: visitaberdeensd.com. _____________________________

30

+MUSIC

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+DAKOTA BANK CUP 11 _____________________________ Hub City Soccer Club, Aberdeen. +BOB STYLES

+GET INVOLVED

18-19

+DAIRY FEST

Swiftel Center, Brookings. 9:30 a.m. More info: swiftelcenter.com.

ACTS

Belle Fourche Area Community Theater, Belle Fourche. Times vary. More info: bellefourcheact.com. _____________________________

Hersruds Auto Family, Belle Fourche. 6:30 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

CANTON

6, 27

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+SUNDAY MUSIC ON THE PATIO

The Canton Barn, Canton. 2 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

CHAMBERLAIN

18, 25

NIGHTS

Main Street, Chamberlain. 6 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

CLEAR LAKE

23-26

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+A NIGHT OF ONE

+CRUISE NIGHT

Lake Campbell Drive, Brookings. 7 a.m. More info: facebook.com.

+THE SHOWDOWN

5 _____________________________

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19

TRIATHLON

+RIVER CITY FRIDAY

BROOKINGS

18-20

+LAKE CAMPBELL

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NATION ALL CAR RALLY

Hermann Park, Belle Fourche. All day. More info: blackhillsbadlands. com.

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Huset's Speedway, Brandon. 7:30 p.m. More info: husetsspeedway.com.

+CENTER OF THE

FESTIVAL

17-20

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+SDQHA SUMMER SHOOTOUT AQHA SHOW

Swiftel Center, Brookings. All day. More info: swiftelcenter.com.

+CRYSTAL SPRINGS RODEO

Rodeo Arena, Clear Lake. Times vary. More info: crystalspringsrodeo. com.

CUSTER

4

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+PAUL BOGART

Custer Beacon, Custer. 8 p.m. More info: custerbeacon.com.

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SANDSTONE

11-13

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+OFF-ROAD RALLY

Various locations, Custer. All day. More info: custersd.com.

15-17

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+MICKELSON TRAIL SUMMER TREK

George S. Mickelson Trail, Custer. 8 a.m. More info: gfp.sd.gov.

18-30

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+THE MARVELOUS WONDERETTES

Black Hills Playhouse, Custer. Times vary. More info: blackhillsplayhouse.com.

DEADWOOD

2, 9, 16, 23, 30 _____________________________ +SUMMER CONCERT SERIES

Outlaw Square, Deadwood. 6:30 p.m. More info: outlawsquare.com.

5

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+DEADWOOD ALL-IN MOTOCROSS SHOW Days of '76 Event Center, Deadwood. 7 p.m. More info: deadwoodallin.com.

11-12

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+DEADWOOD PBR Deadwood Events Complex, Deadwood. 7 p.m. More info: deadwood.com.


13

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+CLAY WALKER

Outlaw Square, Deadwood. 7 p.m. More info: outlawsquare.com.

17-19 _____________________________

24

+OLD WEST SHOOTOUT

1880 Train, Hill City. 5 p.m. More info: 1880train.com.

26

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+WILD BILL DAYS

Main Street, Deadwood. Times vary. More info: deadwood.com.

20

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+UNDER THE

STREETLAMP

Deadwood Mountain Grand, Deadwood. 8 p.m. More info: deadwoodmountaingrand.com.

+RUTH'S NIGHT Crazy Horse Memorial, Hill City. More info: visithillcitysd.com.

HOT SPRINGS

25-27 _____________________________ & CRAFTS FESTIVAL Centennial Park, Hot Springs. Times vary. More info: mainstreetartsandcrafts.com.

25-27 _____________________________ +QUARRY DAYS

Dell Rapids. Times vary. More info: dellrapidschamber.com.

HARRISBURG

10-13

KEYSTONE

5-6

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Various locatioms, Harrisburg. Times vary. More info: harrisburgdays.com.

HILL CITY 12, 26 _____________________________ +MOUNT RUSHMORE RODEO

Mount Rushmore Resort, Hill City. 6 p.m. More info: palmergulch.com.

+NORTHERN BULL RIDING TOUR

Historic Prairie Village, Madison. 6:30 p.m. More info: prairievillage. org.

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+LUCE PIONEER DAY

Lake Herman State Park, Madison. 10 a.m. More info: gfp.sd.gov.

15-27

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+HALLOWEEN IN JUNE

Lake Herman State Park, Madison. All day. More info: gfp.sd.gov.

MITCHELL

3-6, 10-13

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+THE SOUND OF MUSIC

+WE LOVE LOCALS

Area Community Theatre, Mitchell. Times vary. More info: mitchellact. org.

Rush Mountain Adventure Park, Keystone. All day. More info: rushmtn.com.

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WEEKEND

20

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18

+HEART & SOLE

CANCER WALK & RUN

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+HARRISBURG DAYS

11

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BLAST

+MAIN STREET ARTS

DELL RAPIDS

MADISON

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+FATHER'S DAY

Hitchcock Park, Mitchell. 6:30 p.m. More info: mitchellheartandsole.com.

Rush Mountain Adventure Park, Keystone. All day. More info: rushmtn.com.

+HOT RODS ON

ADVENTURES

LAKE CITY

4-6

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+FORT SISSETON

HISTORICAL FESTIVAL Fort Sisseton, Lake City. Times vary. More info: gfp.sd.gov.

HAVENS

Iverson Auto, Mitchell. 6 p.m. More info: facebook.com.


EVENTS

J U N E 202 1 E V E NT S +ENTERTAINMENT

PARKSTON

24

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+MOGEN'S HEROES CONCERT

Parkston Amphitheater, Parkston. 6 p.m. More info: mitchellmainstreet. com.

PIERRE/FORT PIERRE

3

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+SPORTS

18-19

+GET INVOLVED

4-5

(SUMMER NIGHTS)

Fischers Lilly Park, Fort Pierre. 5:30 p.m. More info: fortpierre.com.

3, 10, 17, 24 _____________________________ +SUMMER PATIO SESSION

Drifters Bar & Grille, Fort Pierre. 7 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

5-7, 16-17, 24-27 _____________________________ +PIERRE TRAPPERS

Hyde Stadium, Pierre. Times vary. More info: pierretrappers.com.

7-8

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CIRCUS

Stanley County Fairgrounds, Fort Pierre. All day. More info: stanleycountyfairgrounds.com.

8, 22

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+RACING ON THE RIVER

Stanley County Fairgrounds, Fort Pierre. Times vary. More info: fortpierre.com.

24

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+ARTS & MUSIC

+PUMPIN’ ETHYL

+BABY SHARK LIVE!

+JJ KENT

Murphy's Pub and Grill, Rapid City. 9 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

FESTIVAL

Steamboat Park, Pierre. Times vary. More info: oahedays.com.

The Monument, Rapid City. 2 p.m. More info: themonument.live.

4-5, 11-12, ADULT FUN NIGHT 18-19, 25-26 + Storybook Island, Rapid City. 6 _____________________________

26 _____________________________

p.m. More info: facebook.com.

+OAHE RIDING CLUB

+LIVE MUSIC

PLAY DAY

Tinder Box, Rapid City. 8 p.m. More info: rapidcitytinderbox.com.

Stanley County Fairgrounds, Fort Pierre. 7 p.m. More info: fortpierre. com.

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+TOUR DE OAHE

+605 DAY PARTY

Oahe Campground 3, Fort Pierre. All day. More info: fortpierre.com.

+ 605 MAGAZINE SUMMER ISSUE BEER COLLAB LAUNCH

RAPID CITY

Lost Cabin Beer Co., Rapid City. 4 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

2 _____________________________

+HIGH RISE

The Monument, Rapid City. 7 p.m. More info: themonument.live.

2-3, 9-12, 23

+RED SOUL

Murphy's Pub and Grill, Rapid City. 7 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

+CHEEKY CABARET

Iron Phnx, Rapid City. 8 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

3, 10, 17, 24

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The Dahl, Rapid City. 1 p.m. More info: thedahl.org.

17 _____________________________ +TANNER JOHNS

Murphy's Pub and Grill, Rapid City. 7 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

18-19

+BLUE STREET

+KIDS' CARNIVAL

19-20 _____________________________

Murphy's Pub and Grill, Rapid City. 9 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

10 +WEST BOULEVARD _____________________________

+BANDS AND BREWS

3

ADVENTURES

Iron Phnx, Rapid City. 8 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

Main Street Square, Rapid City. 11 a.m. More info: mainstreetsquare.org.

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Firehouse Brewing Co., Rapid City. 8:30 p.m. More info: visitrapidcity. com.

+SATURDAY ART

Murphy's Pub and Grill, Rapid City. 7 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

25-26

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+HOT CITY SOUL

Murphy's Pub and Grill, Rapid City. 9 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

+CINCH BULL CHALLENGE

Central States Fairgrounds, Rapid City. Times vary. More info: centralstatesfair.com.

RENNER

3, 10, 17, 24

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+ZIRKISS CIRCUS

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+OAHE SHRINE

12

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+FIRST THURSDAYS

+MUSIC

SUMMER FESTIVAL

+JA'NET EASTMAN

Murphy's Pub and Grill, Rapid City. 7 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

11

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+LINDSEY ANN & TJ ELLIS

Iron Phnx, Rapid City. 8 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

11-12

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+CAMP COMFORT

Murphy's Pub and Grill, Rapid City. 9 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

Wilson Park, Rapid City. Times vary. More info: facebook.com.

19

Strawbale Winery, Renner. 5 p.m. More info: strawbalewinery.com.

6, 13, 20, 27

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+SANGRIA SUNDAY

Strawbale Winery, Renner. Noon. More info: strawbalewinery.com.

SIOUX FALLS

4-5

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+GOLDEN HOUR LIVE

+PORKPALOOZA

FT. EVE 6

Main Street Square, Rapid City. 6 p.m. More info: mainstreetsquare.org.

21

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+DREW PETERSON

CROOKED LINE TOUR Iron Phnx, Rapid City. 8 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

+SUMMER NIGHTS

Downtown, Rapid City. 6 p.m. More info: visitrapidcity.com.

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+SUMMER PORCH

605MAGAZINE.COM

USD Discovery District, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: facebook.com.

4-6

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+DANCE GALLERY RECITAL

Orpheum Theater, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: siouxfallsorpheum.com.


4-6, 8-10, 1517, 20, 22-27 _____________________________ +SIOUX FALLS CANARIES

Sioux Falls Stadium, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: sfcanaries. com.

5

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+605 DAY PARTY

+ 605 MAGAZINE SUMMER ISSUE BEER COLLAB LAUNCH Fernson Downtown, Sioux Falls. 4 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

MOVIES

Fawick Park, Sioux Falls. Dusk. More info: dtsf.com.

+STEEL PANTHER

The District, Sioux Falls. 8 p.m. More info: thedistrictsf.com.

6, 13, 20, 27

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Good Earth State Park, Sioux Falls. 4 p.m. More info: gfp.sd.gov.

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Levitt Shell, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: levittsiouxfalls.org.

12

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+GOOD VIBES ONLY!

+FESTIVAL OF

Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. 7:30 p.m. More info: washingtonpavilion.org.

Falls Park, Sioux Falls. Noon. More info:sfmcc.org.

11

+THE DANCING PRINCESSES

Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: washingtonpavilion. org.

CULTURES

12, 26

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+SIOUX FALLS STORM

Denny Sanford PREMIER Center, Sioux Falls. 7:05 p.m. More info: siouxfallsstorm.com.

17

+SOUTH DAKOTA

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Best Western Plus Ramkota Exhibit Hall, Sioux Falls. 10 a.m. More info: midwesthandmade.com.

+60TH ANNUAL

ARTISAN FAIR

+SIOUXLAND

RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL

W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds, Sioux Falls. 10 a.m. More info: siouxlandrenfest.com.

Through Oct. 24th, 2021

FALLS

+AN ICONIC

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All Dunn: The Complete Harvey Dunn Collection

+LEVITT AT THE

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CABARET

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11-12, 18-19, 25-26

Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. 6 p.m. More info: washingtonpavilion. org.

10-11

5-6

Original Works by Harvey Dunn

6 _____________________________

OUTDOOR CONCERT SERIES

Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. 10 a.m. More info: washingtonpavilion.org.

143

+MOONLIGHT

+GOOD EARTH

+AG DAY

Come & see

5, 12, 19, 26 _____________________________

ARTS NIGHT: CATALYST

Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. 5:30 p.m. More info: washingtonpavilion.org.

&

 Artwork • Beads • Books • Gifts



& around the world.



SouthDakotaArtMuseum.com 1036 Medary Ave•Brookings FREE ADMISSION & PARKING


EVENTS

J U N E 202 1 E V E NT S +ENTERTAINMENT

17-20, 24-27

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+FOOTLOOSE

Orpheum Theater, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: siouxfallsorpheum.com.

19

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+605 SUMMER CLASSIC

Cherapa Place, Sioux Falls. Noon. More info: 605magazine.com.

25

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+FOREIGNER

Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: washingtonpavilion. org.

26 _____________________________ +CRYPTIC WISDOM X JAY INFLUENTIAL

Bigs Bar, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

+SIOUX FALLS PRIDE Downtown, Sioux Falls. 10a.m. More info: siouxfallspride.org.

SPEARFISH

+SPORTS

+GET INVOLVED

15

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+COWBOY SUPPER SHOW

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High School Track, Sturgis. Noon. More info: sosd.org.

Dakota Sioux Casino & Hotel, Watertown. 8 p.m. More info: dakotasioux.com.

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Prentis Park, Vermillion. Times vary. More info: sdshakespearefestival.org.

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Main Street, Sturgis. All day. More info: sturgisareachamber.com

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USD Track, Vermillion. 8 a.m. More info: sosd.org.

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Centennial Trail, Sturgis. Times vary. More info: blackhills100.com.

High Plains Western Heritage Center, Spearfish. 2 p.m. More info: visitspearfish.com.

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Wagner Lake Park, Wagner. 11:30 p.m. More info: eastriverhorizons. com.

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Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: washingtonpavilion. org.

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High School Track, Watertown. 8 a.m. More info: sosd.org.


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McKinley Park, Watertown. 11 a.m. More info: visitwatertownsd.com.

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by Dawn Geertsema When The Butterfly House opened in 2002, it was a butterfly conservatory with a huge lobby and a comparably sized gift shop. Come 2010, the nonprofit was facing funding struggles. “The butterfly house alone was not enough for us to be able to sustain operations,” explained CEO Audrey Otto.

So when some aquarium hobbyists approached her offering to donate various aquariums, Otto jumped at the chance. “So many people thought, ‘Butterflies and aquariums, that’s a weird combination.’ But for us, we saw that connection with the tiny things in nature that you don’t really think a lot about that are so important like pollinators, coral reefs, and jellyfish,” she said. After adding the marine life, the now-Butterfly House & Aquarium saw an attendance increase of 90%, saving the organization.

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EMERGING FROM THE CHRYSALIS “It was a really good combination for us, and we found very quickly that there was a major need in Sioux Falls for this that wasn’t getting fulfilled,” said Otto.

During pandemic-free times, one touch tank is open to allow for visitors to learn about Pacific tide pool creatures. A larger pool typically offers up the opportunity to pet cownose or southern rays.

Guests can see jellyfish, seahorses, corals, tropical fish from the IndoPacific and Caribbean, and more.

“[Cownose rays] tend to swim together, be on the move constantly, so they make great touch pool exhibits because they come to the top, they like to see what’s going on, and they’re naturally curious,” explained Otto.

But it took even more effort than she imagined. “When we actually started doing it, we had to get a chemist, a biologist, a physicist, a plumber, and an engineer—all of these skills that come together,” she said.

She notes that the touch pools are closed right now because hand sanitizer can be deadly to marine life.

With every animal as healthy as can be, Otto says they prioritize having interactive exhibits. “We added the interactive exhibits because we know that whether you’re an adult or a kid, if you’re touching and interacting with what you’re learning about, you’re going to learn better, retain that information, and connect with that animal or that habitat more than if you were just listening to someone talk about it or watching it on TV,” she said.

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MOON JELLIES The aquarium is able to grow so many moon jellyfish that it’s able to supply other aquatic facilities. Experience the growth and life cycle of moon jellies in the Discovery Den.

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SPREADING WINGS “Butterflies have always been the key thing that we do,” said Otto. “This is such a magical experience.” With sun streaming down through the glass roof, roughly 800 butterflies float through the air, right over the heads of those traversing the paths. “The way it’s built encourages the butterflies to fly around and land on you,” said Otto. And with a small extra charge, guests can pick up a fake flower, have a volunteer spritz it with orange Gatorade, and watch as the butterflies land right in front of them. With a gazebo and a few benches scattered around, there’s plenty of opportunity to sit and enjoy the insects. On one wall, guests can watch as butterflies emerge and begin to spread their wings, ready to live their 2-4-week-long life spans out in the conservatory.

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60 SPECIES OF BUTTERFLIES Of the about 60 species of butterflies found in the conservatory, Otto says none of them are native to this area to prevent various population issues. The species at The Butterfly House come from Central and South America, Asia, Africa, and Australia.

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“[There’s] the peaceful, healing side of it, where you can just sit and look at an aquarium or sit with butterflies and feel your heart rate, breathing rate, and blood pressure go down.” -Audrey Otto

TAKING FLIGHT Now, 11 years after adding the aquatic habitats, it’s time to expand again. But this time, the building itself will be growing along with the exhibits.

From there, there will be two tide pools, a behind-the-scenes viewing station, a predatory reef, and more.

“A lot of people said we couldn’t do it, but we did. And now we’re ready to add on,” she said.

Otto added, “We want more behind-the-scenes to help people understand not only what it takes to have what we have here, but also to inspire the next generation of scientists and marine biologists.”

With the diagram ready to tack on a perimeter of more space comes plenty of plans for additional wildlife to watch. “A larger facility will allow us to do more with exhibits, programming, and also build behind the scenes, so our staff can do their jobs the way they’re meant to and not in a renovated gift shop,” said Otto. As laid out in the plan, a new facility would start with a connections gallery, showing how the butterflies and marine life connect to that of the Midwest and the Big Sioux River.

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She said she’s really excited about adding to the interactive experiences, like a shrimp feeding pool, expanding the stingray exhibit to include sharks, a turtle feeding pond, and classrooms. In about a year, construction should start, and the year following should unveil the new and improved Dakota Aquarium & Butterfly House.

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A Rental Close to Home

The 605 cabin by Dawn Geertsema “Over the last decade of traveling for work, we’ve stayed everywhere from hotels, to glamping, to Airbnbs of all styles,” said 605 Magazine’s director of operations and co-founder, Alana Snyder. “We hadn’t seen anything with a modern, South Dakota theme, and so we wanted to really have fun doing that with the build of our cabin and the local décor inside.” T H E S U M M E R I S S U E june 2 021


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Alana and her husband John, 605’s marketing and event manager, were spending time showing the Black Hills to John’s parents from Philadelphia when they really began noticing the “gorgeous land” from a different perspective. “We’ve always been in love with the Black Hills,” said Alana, though this time they were looking at it for a different reason. “I grew up going to Rapid City often to visit my grandparents and family, and we would always explore and create so many memories there.” Soon after exploring the area like tourists with John’s family, they took the plunge and purchased land that’s a short drive from Spearfish Canyon, Deadwood, and Lead.

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Construction on the 605 Cabin began in 2019 and finished in April 2021. “We really wanted to welcome people from around the state and people new to the state into a ‘home away from home’ that showcased local art, bright and airy vibes, and all of the amenities you would hopefully need to relax and take time away from real life,” explained Alana. Feeling inspired by the surrounding trees, John chose to make the exterior of the home dark with a deep green door. While John focused on the modern exterior, Alana spent time putting together the inside with help from their hired builder.

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“I feel like cabins are a time to unplug, and everyone needs that in their life now and then.” -Alana Snyder “Our builder, Brandon Voss of Voss Custom Homes in Spearfish, made the whole process so easy and fun,” said Alana. “He did everything from creating our dream cabin to helping us build the bunk bed, since I’m definitely lacking talent on that end.” Entering the 605 Cabin, guests are met with views of endless trees and Black Hills beauty painting the landscape beyond the large living room windows. “A huge point for us was windows,” said Alana. “We wanted the white walls to create a blank canvas for the real centerpiece: nature.”

The sitting area is topped off with a wood-burning fireplace. To the right, the open-concept floor plan leads into the pristine white kitchen and flows into the dining room from there. The kitchen was brought together with the help and white cabinets of Showplace Cabinetry and Cambria countertops by Creative Surfaces. Since they settled on the idea of building a cabin, Alana has been picking out various furniture and décor items that she fell in love with for the space over the years.

“We’re also remote enough where if you just want to have a peaceful trip on the porch or unwind surrounded by nature in a hot tub, it’s far enough away to feel secluded.” -Alana Snyder

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Entertainment »Outlaw Square // Deadwood »The Brothel Deadwood // Deadwood

Sprinkled throughout the build are vibrant pieces, making the space really reflect the color scheme of 605 Magazine. “My Achilles’ heel is purchasing too much local art, so I have work from many talented South Dakota artists up, including Lacey Eidem’s painted skull in the master bedroom, Steve Bormes’ Buffalois light installation above the fireplace, Shaine Schroeder’s painting in the dining room, and Sarah Goetz’s prints framed in several of the rooms.” Other locally sourced pieces include candles from Pine-Clad Candle Co., K-Cups from Sturgis Coffee Company, and the firepit benches made by Oak Hollow Custom Woodworks. Also on the main floor is the master bedroom and private bathroom, a half bathroom, and a staircase that leads into the bottom level.

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“We created a custom hanging light above the stairwell with an old canoe we owned,” said Alana. “It was a challenge for Brandon’s crew to hang, but it’s perfect.” 605MAGAZINE.COM


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“We have been working on our 605 brand for over 12 years, and were one of the first to use the area code as part of our business and messaging back in 2008. We thought we would continue that with the 605 Cabin.” -Alana Snyder

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Two bedrooms, a sitting area, and an additional bathroom downstairs bring the cabin to a total of three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms.

The 605 Cabin intends to share 605 Magazine’s knowledge and focus on South Dakota with tourists.

With the full-sized bunk bed and twin trundle, a queen-sized bed, and a king in the master, the cabin sleeps 8-10 with the addition of the pullout sofa.

“Just like our publication and website, I wanted to help recommend restaurants, attractions, and more to help guests have the best time during their stay.”

“Our space is great for a family, for friends celebrating special occasions, or for work retreats and trips,” explained Alana. She added that the 605 team will be spending some time there during events like the 605 Black Hills Classic the weekend of September 11 and for various work trips throughout the year. “I’m most excited to bring our 2-year-old, Owen, to have some of the same Black Hills experiences I had growing up,” she said.

She added, “I’m just looking forward to seeing letters in our guest book and finding out how people enjoyed themselves during their trip. South Dakota is my passion, and sharing that with people from all over the world means so much.”

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And the team has created a special mock issue of the magazine just for guests with recommendations, tips, and rules.

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Meet the Creative

Brian Bieber by Dawn Geertsema For 18 months, Brian Bieber traveled between six states interviewing musicians who were active about 40 years ago in an attempt to hear their stories. The following 10 months of editing and producing with his wife Brienne Maner brought forth I Really Get

Into It, a documentary about the rise of the Sioux Falls punk scene in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s. “This is a story about young people who couldn’t find a place for themselves in the dominant culture, so they created their own,” explained Bieber.


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“I started working on the documentary because it seemed like it would be a fun project, and by the time I realized how difficult it was going to be, I was in too deep to stop.” -Brian Bieber

He continued, “A handful of the people I interviewed were former Sioux Falls promoter and musician Terry Taylor, punk icon Ian MacKaye, Lookout! Records founder Larry Livermore, Cadillac Blindside’s Rebecca Hanten, and a ton of pioneering members of the Sioux Falls all-ages music scene.” Interested viewers can check out the film on DVD from its website, or the DVD is also available at Total Drag Records and Last Stop CD Shop locations. Bieber shares some intel into the process of producing the film and a look into his life.

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I Really Get Into It didn’t start as a documentary… it

started as a website, collecting and digitizing analog recordings from the early days of the Sioux Falls all-ages scene. Somehow, that turned into a movie.

Something I learned during this process was… what every editor and filmmaker I know told me from the beginning: “fixing it in post” seems like a good idea when you’re shooting, but it should always be your last option.

My favorite way to spend my leisure time is… at the zoo with my wife and daughter or at an early bird weekend matinee, usually by myself.

Some topics covered in the documentary are… how the history

of the Sioux Falls punk scene creates a framework for the narrative, but topics ranging from political activism and social justice to entrepreneurship and making a living as a professional artist are covered, among many others.

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“MUSIC PLAYED A PROMINENT ROLE IN THAT CULTURE, BUT THE FILM IS LESS ABOUT PLAYING PUNK ROCK THAN IT IS ABOUT BUILDING COMMUNITY.” -Brian Bieber

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Film Followers Facebook: /ireallygetintoit Instagram: @ireallygetintoit

Something that was difficult to do with the documentary was… manage my

time. My wife and I have a very young daughter, so most of the film’s editing started after her bedtime and went into the wee hours, long after mine.

Viewers are going to witness… a lot of smart, interesting people, a lot of cool archival footage, and a lot of great music.

I collaborated with… a variety of people to bring the

movie to life. Hanna Peterson created incredible artwork for the home release, Nate Jedlicka created a really fun animated sequence, and a lot of smart people very generously took the time to give me notes on early cuts of the film.

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My favorite part of the documentary is… Rebecca Hanten discussing her

experience being a prominent musician as a young woman, and realizing in retrospect the impact her presence on stage might have had on her young fans. A close second is Larry Livermore’s story of having to restrain Ben Weasel from attacking Wilbur the Coyote at Gigglebees Family Fun Center.

What I loved about putting together I Really Get Into It was… reconnecting with so many people I hadn’t seen in years, and befriending new ones that I wish I had met years ago.

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On the Big Screen From June 24-27, buy tickets to a showing of I Really Get Into It at the State Theatre in downtown Sioux Falls and try a special I Really Get into It hazy IPA by Look’s Beer Co. At the end of the documentary on June 24, stick around to get all of your questions answered at the Q&A and for a gig poster. One hundred percent of Bieber’s cut of ticket sales will be donated to The Transformation Project. For more information, visit transformationprojectsd.org.

When I walk around downtown, one of my favorite places to stop by is… Zandbroz Variety. Zandbroz has been the coolest place downtown for three decades and counting, and it’s run by some of the coolest people in town.

My favorite place to go for inspiration is… the car,

probably. My 3-year-old daughter makes sure that the energy level in our house stays pretty consistently high, so I’m quick to volunteer to run our household errands and use those minutes to clear my head when I’m working out a new idea.

One thing I love about South Dakota is… there are a lot of

people here who are thirsty for big ideas and willing to support them.

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Local Representation

by Dawn Geertsema When Ramiro Nino opened the sports-themed restaurant he’d been dreaming about for years this February, he didn’t know what to expect. But he says Bro Brgr Bar in downtown Yankton has received a lot of love from the community despite every obstacle he’d been running through his head. “The support’s been amazing,” said Nino as he reflected on the few months the bar has been open. “Everyone I talk to has been here three, four, five times.” T H E S U M M E R I S S U E june 2 021

The most popular beer at Bro Brgr Bar is Kenny Pepper by Yankton staple Ben’s Brewing Company.


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“It’s cool because it’s affordable. You can get a burger and a beer for like $10. It’s not easy to come by.” -Ramiro Nino

Upon entering the building, guests are met with framed jerseys from various sports and time periods, a long bar, and other sports memorabilia speckled throughout the space.

For their main meal, guests get to pick and choose from 17 specially designed burgers, a handful of hot dogs, and a few salads.

Once they’ve been seated in the dimmed lighting, they can decide to go for any of three appetizers. But Nino says the most popular is a classic.

“The main thing I didn’t want to do was have something that somebody else had,” said Nino about choosing the menu items. “My creative side came out a little more there.”

“In the Wisconsin Cheese Curds, we have three different flavors: original, garlic, and jalapeño,” said Nino, explaining that there’s something for everyone’s tastes.

“The 605 Brgr is probably our most popular one,” said Nino. “It’s American Angus beef, smoked brisket that’s chopped and seasoned, fried onion, smoked gouda, and a sweet barbecue sauce.”

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Another fan favorite is the Ante Meridiem Brgr. This patty is paired with smashed tots, bacon, fried egg, maple aioli, cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion, and pickles. Though he says he likes them all, Nino prefers the Ghost Brgr with its combination of roasted red pepper, ghost pepper cheese, ghost pepper aioli, lettuce, tomato, onion, and pickles. “I’d have to say I like spicy food, so I really like the Ghost Brgr,” explained Nino. “It has a lot of sting to it.” Every burger is served on a brioche bun with a side of fries that can be upgraded to tater tots, fried pickles, or onion rings. No matter the burger, it automatically comes with one ¼ pound patty, but it doesn’t have to be that way. “Depending on how hungry you are or how many beers you want, you can make it a single, double, or a triple,” said Nino. Beef isn’t for everybody, so Nino made sure to offer a few chicken options as well as salads and hot dogs.

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The Bro Dog is popular just because kids come in, and that’s what they’re getting most of the time.” -Ramiro Nino


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The Chipotle Chicken Brgr comes topped with provolone, avocado, bacon, chipotle aioli, lettuce, and tomato. “The inspiration for the Cali Street Dog was just what the title says,” explained Nino. “California is famous for taco trucks and hot dogs.” On the dog, guests will bite into a bacon-wrapped frank, sauteed onions and peppers, mayo, mustard, and ketchup. Some people may defer to something with a little more green, such as the Wedge Salad. The blend comes with iceberg lettuce, blue cheese dressing and crumbles, tomato, bacon, and scallions. And if there’s still room for dessert, it can’t hurt to give the housemade, jumbo cookies a try. Throughout every meal, Nino said he hopes people will just talk and spend time together. “This had been a bar for a lot of years,” said Nino. “I didn’t want to take that out of it, but I also wanted it to be a place where a family could come in and lean more toward food rather than beer.”

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by Alana Snyder Sioux Falls entrepreneur Ron Heiman has helped put out fires in many ways—physically and metaphorically—during his career. The president of Sioux Falls-based Heiman Fire Equipment has dabbled in a handful of businesses, and is now officially in the tumbler industry. “I’m an engineer by trade, so I started coming up with some blueprints on bar napkins,” he said. “Like, ‘Here’s what we can do and what we can’t do.’ That’s how it all developed.”

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What is now Arctic Sombrero started out as a passion project with Heiman and his brother-in-law, Kris Breien. The inspiration? Simply wanting a way to keep their drinks ice cold and concealed for a multitude of reasons. Some of those included family commitments, like sports games and days by the pool. And while the end result was for fun, it took five years of hard work. “We’ve come up with 10 different renditions of it—maybe 20 or 30, even,” he recalled. “I’ve got a closet of 3D models we’ve done. You come up with something really good, and you can’t manufacture it, or you can’t manufacture it efficiently. Then you have to go back to the drawing board.” After years of research and testing, the pair landed on a custom lid that would fit a stainless steel 30-ounce tumbler. Products can be purchased as both the lid and tumbler together and also as the solo lid for the customer’s personal tumbler of choice. The lid works by clipping to 12 ounce cans of any beverage, which are then placed into the tumbler surrounded by a chamber of chilled water.

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You can slow-roll your beer, Rather than, like, a Koozie, which will take the cold energy of the can; this will actually cool whatever you put into it.” - Ron Heiman


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The customer can drink anything from a seltzer to an IPA to whatever they desire from one side of the lid, and on the other side is a hole for a straw to consume the iced water that’s also keeping the can frosty cold.

“We were out with my wife and some friends, and she came up with Arctic Sombrero,” he said.

“You can have two drinks in one without diluting the other. We came up with something that should be pretty impregnable, in the United States anyway,” said Heiman, who also mentioned the product has a utility patent and is in the midst of a design patent.

The product recently launched online and already has had orders from retailers like JJ’s Wine, Spirits, & Cigars and select Scheels and Ace Hardware locations. Artistic Sombrero also recently tied for third place at the 2021 Governor’s Giant Vision Competition in late April, hosted by the South Dakota Chamber of Commerce & Industry.

Along with prototypes, the team went through plenty of names for the product. A few included Ice Dunk, Beer Snorkel, Drip Tap, Frosty Paw, and Can Squid. Just like its inception, the name came up casually.

“The original idea was to build a Shopify site and work out the kinks slowly,” he recalled. “Now it’s starting to pick up. We’re pivoting every day.”

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Ron also owns Sherpa Wheels, which is a heavy-duty cart designed primarily for Yeti coolers.

Heiman says the company tries to stay as local as possible, including having printing done by Panther Graphics in Sioux Falls and production by Falcon Plastics in Brookings. “Everything we do is in South Dakota. I want to do everything here,” he said. “I want to just make America a little better and bring jobs back here. No reason to bring that anywhere else.” His family is also heavily involved, with contributions including the Arctic Sombrero logo created by his godchild, and a packaging assembly line of sorts being operated by his three children. “At night, they’ll come in and we’ll put the O-rings on and the gasket,” he said. “We’re making boxes and bagging them.” Heiman joked that he pays them in “food and lodging.” “I’ll come home and [my daughter] Amy will be like, ‘What’d we sell today, Dad?’ And we’ll go through our sale sheet. They’re interested in the business and the whole process.” His children offer a prime example of how Arctic Sombrero is for more than alcoholic beverages, mentioning they love using it for soda, like 7-Up. “The whole can might last a day, but it stays cold all day,” said Heiman. “Your last drink will be colder than your first; I can tell you that.”

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An easy-drinking golden ale with a delicate hop profile featuring Citra and Azacca. It has a subtle malt sweetness with a smooth, clean finish.

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Four-Year Anniversary Party June 1 2 | 2 p.m. Chubby’s Food Truck will serve up some food at 5 p.m., and Matt Schrandt from Lincoln Live will play at 6 p.m. First 100 guests will receive a free four-year anniversary glass.

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June 1 2 | A ll day There will be a wide variety of rosé wine available, housemade rosé brats, and Botched! Strawberry Hibiscus Sour Ale. This is a family friendly event with activities for all ages.

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Honey Rhubarb-Infused Lager This golden summer brew emits an aroma of sweet, clover and floral notes with light flavors that have a sweet front and a tart, dry finish.


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GIVEN THAT COVERT ARTISAN ALES & CELLARS IN SIOUX FALLS OPENED UP IN JUNE OF 2020, THEY DON’T KNOW WHAT A “NORMAL” SUMMER WILL LOOK LIKE FOR THEM. But owners Stacey and Daniel Berry are preparing their East Bank Depot taproom for the best summer yet, scheduling many events and meals while preparing for their on-year anniversary. “We’re looking forward to increased activity this summer,” said Stacey. “We’ve got food trucks coming and music coming. Our patio is ready to go. It’s going to be good.” As summer begins to roll in, Stacey says she is excited to see a rainbow of people come into the taproom and find which beer fits their fancy. “Sours and wild ales will probably always be our niche, our thing, but we’ve definitely expanded and want people to know we do other things as well,” said Stacey. Though they’re known mostly for their sours, Stacey emphasizes that they also do IPAs, stouts, pastry stouts, pilsners, and even Belgian blonde ales. “We really do have something for everyone,” she said. So with their pride flag hung and even a modified logo to support the movement, Covert is ready to invite people in with open arms. “We just want people to know that it’s a safe space.” And with each stop in, beer enthusiasts can find a new favorite. “We have a different model than a lot of the other breweries,” said Daniel. “We don’t have mainstays. Our menu is always changing.” The brewery focuses mostly on small batches of a few barrels at a time. “Since we do a lot of fruit combinations, we change it up quite often,” said Daniel. “I don’t think we’ve ever done the same beer within the same year.” +

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fter owning GYST Fermentation Bar in Minneapolis since 2014, Mel Guse found herself back in her hometown of Sioux Falls to rebrand and reopen as Gist Wine Shop. “The concept has always been in the back of my mind from my previous experience,” said the owner and sommelier. “Because the laws in Minneapolis are very different from what they are here, you can’t really serve wine and sell wine in the same space with the same walls and doors. So we did more of a wine bar.”

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Gist [and gyst are] an old derivative or English word for yeast, which hence ferments everything. It’s simple. There’s nothing added to it. It’s just what it is.” - Mel Guse

She continued, “The wine shop was always there. It was always an idea to have smaller grower-producers doing wines in a much more natural fashion and working with people whom I personally know in the business.”

“Our focus [at the wine shop is] a little more on new California wines, Oregon wines, and more on this idea of natural wines,” she described. “Indigenous yeast fermentation; low-intervention wine making. Just wines that tell a story, have a personality, and have a person behind it.”

The new 11th Street location is in the former Sioux Falls Design Center, and Guse says they carry around 200-225 wines that aren’t typically found in the area.

Guse and her team act as wine stewards to walk anyone through price points, what they like, and what they might not even know they’re looking for.

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“The goal for us is to understand what you’re looking for and try to put you in the same price point and flavor profile,” she said. “If you’re interested and not quite sure, we’re happy to open it. If you want to buy it, great, if not, we’ll sell it by the glass.” The shop has an intimate section of tables to sit down and enjoy an option of rotating wines by the glass. Specialty retail items are also available for snacking both on site and on the go.

“There’s anything for a Spanish tapas night, nuts, or a cheese and charcuterie to grab and go,” she said. “You’re also welcome to bring in food to go with your wine.”

If someone is looking for something particular like a brand that might be in a grocery store, a lot of these wines have similar flavor profiles, just made in a smaller production in a little different area.” - Mel Guse

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Gist Wine Shop will launch a wine club this month that’s customized to the client for their tastes and palates. Members fill out a questionnaire to start the process, and Guse will set up a 15-minute consultation to learn more about what the person would like to receive in the monthly subscription of three to six bottles. “I want to get to know you. If you’re a seasonal drinker, if you want more whites and rosés in the summer to more reds and different ones around the holidays,” she said. “I can cater to learning more about that.”

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Taste, Wine, and Learn Bring a group of friends or co-workers to Gist Wine Shop for a private wine class or a guided tasting. The sommelier-led class can be tailored to interests. The groups can include up to 20 people.

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She also will offer sommelier services with options like ordering wine for events, specialty retail, offices, and corporate or private functions. There are also plans to have classes. “It’s been going really well so far and we’re loving getting to know the neighborhood,” said Guse. “We’re going in phases, and we’re feeling good about it.”

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IV IVCLUB by Alana Snyder Witnessing firsthand what IVs could do as a registered nurse in Denver, Jenny Haiar wanted to start a specialized clinic. “I’m not the first nurse to know this, but I would see what just a bag of fluids would do,” she said. “It would snap people out of it, fix their kidneys, liver and so much more.” Haiar launched her private practice, ivclub, in Sioux Falls in 2017, which is located within her other business with Dr. Jeremy Storm, the Storm Clinic (now rebranded as Allure Health). Being the first in the state to take on this type of business, she says she had to go through a lot of obstacles, but already had the basics.

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“I had a lot of things in place for it. We had legal already. We had a physician,” recalled Haiar. “You need a nurse, and I was one, so I knew how to do everything. We started the process and all the formation of it took about a year, year and a half because the state didn’t know what it was.” Places like New York City and Las Vegas had elective IV services, and Haiar says some people labeled it as fixing hangovers. Which, in short, it does—among many other things. “There’s a lot of things as a nurse that you see: pregnant women, marathon athletes... It’s fluids that fix [various issues],” she said. “When I first started it, bigger cities provided it, and those places marketed it as a hangover cure, which it is. I think it’s more beneficial as a health and wellness maintenance.”

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A NEW ALLURE Allure Health is building a new medical clinic and spa down the street from their current location on 85th Street and Minnesota Avenue that is aimed to open in December of 2021. The 10,000-square-foot building on Lyncrest Place will have modern, French vibes and will have even more services.

“I wasn’t the first nurse to think of this. I just had someone who supported me and pushed me to do it.” - Jenny Haiar on Dr. Jeremy Storm

“ivclub will be one of the first services up and operating,” said Haiar. “We’ll have a workout facility, we’ll have a bar, a coffee shop.” The mansion-esque building will have services like an adult-only fullservice spa, on-site board rooms for business rentals, an outpatient lab, a full-service inpatient hospitalist program, telemedicine, infectious disease, an on-site pharmacy, and more. “With the new building, the ivclub area is going to be very catered to that bougee feel. Right now we’re so limited on space it’s been hard,” she said. “We plan on having more offerings, like doing smoothies to coincide with the infusions.” She continued, “You can sit up and do an oxygen bar while you’re getting an infusion. We’ll have an area with more of a lounge feel around a fireplace. It’ll be like a coffee shop and you can choose the vibe you want to sit in.”

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People have used it for so many different things. I knew the health benefits of just being hydrated, but people are being creative with uses.” - Jenny Haiar

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“We try to make it a fun experience, not stale.” - Jenny Haiar

The ivclub sees patients for a wide range of reasons, including dehydration, GI malabsorption issues, and migraines. Haiar says what was really important to her was to make the option quick and affordable.

Alex Velgersdyk, RN-BSN, greeted us and the team of nurses took us back to the ivclub room with a handful of chairs. We were delighted to see bowls of snacks and a drink menu. As we got settled, we were handed a mimosa.

“People with migraines don’t want to have to go to the ER and pay a copay of $300. And on top of that, they have to convince the doc to do it in the ER. It increases the cost of healthcare,” she said.

“Here, you can have mine,” said Taylor as she handed me her drink and grabbed Pringles instead.

They even have services for premenstrual syndrome (PMS). “We have a PMS mix so that if people have really bad PMS symptoms we can help with that,” said Haiar. Fellow 605 staffer Taylor Hanson and I went the dehydration and hangover route, and went out the night before we stopped by the ivclub. Many seltzers had been had, and even though we’re terrified of needles, we were ready.

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Well, if the opportunity presents itself, I’ll do what I must. We both signed a waiver, which Haiar says is primarily because it’s elective. “It’s like skydiving. I know what I want, and I’m going to sign a waiver for it,” she said. While a common fear is the needle aspect of it, Haiar says it’s more like a selfcare, spa treatment that should be enjoyable and not scary.

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Become A Member For $49 every month, become a member of ivclub and save money on infusions, add-ons, and an additional $20 off a drip during your birthday month.

“Yes, we’re nurses and we start your IV, but it’s really great to see people feel better. It’s rewarding,” she said. “People come in for their health or wellness. It’s always a positive thing. I wanted to make it fun. Have a drink, snacks, food, whatever.” Each person’s experience is custom to them, whether it’s Alleviate, Get Up and Go, Inner Beauty - Skin Support, or Immunity. Add-ons are also available, like a Vitamin D3 injection.

ivclub can also travel if the party is large enough for events, like bachelorette parties and golf tournaments. “We’re just tapping into another service people are going to expect to have when they come to a different city.”

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“We have a lot of business [people] that come and get vitamins before they go on a trip,” said Haiar. “We always know when businesspeople are going on trips.”

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NEW TEMPORARY EXHIBITION Featuring never-before-seen objects from the museum clothing collection. Some of the clothing in this exhibition dates back to the mid-1800’s and features suits, uniforms, dresses, kids’ clothes and more. See how people dressed for work, around the house, attending formal occasions and many other aspects of their lives.


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Lindsay Willers Amber Blom by Dawn Geertsema

It began with fireworks. “We started with Fourth of July apparel because we saw a need for classy patriotic items that we actually wanted to wear,” said Lindsay Willers. She and her best friend Amber Blom started selling apparel for the holiday on Etsy, and they wanted to come up with a catchy name. T H E S U M M E R I S S U E june 2 021


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“We have an office in South Dakota and in Arizona,” explained Blom. “We picked two prominent features of both and came up with the name, Cows and Cacti.” The online apparel shop offers seasonal collections of shirts, pins, hats, and more. They say that after their patriotic apparel was a hit, they created lines of bridal, bachelorette, and South Dakota pieces. Now their styles cater to the Midwest as a whole, and their newest Fourth of July collection just launched at the end of May. “As COVID hit last year, the experiential industry took a hit, and as a result [we] made the decision to put time and energy into Cows and Cacti,” the entrepreneurs said. In 2020, they branched off of Etsy to start their own ecommerce business and website, still across the country from one another. Blom lived down in Arizona while Willers set up camp in Sioux Falls. In February 2021, Blom moved back to South Dakota to work closer to Willers and focus on the company.

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Together, they balance out the brunt of the work with Blom working the production side and modeling, while Willers lets her creative mind roam. “We are very particular about quality and design. Every piece you see has been carefully selected and uniquely designed by us,” said Blom. Outside of the website, the pair also offers direct-to-garment printing, design services, and full-service screen printing. “This past fall we launched the wholesale side to our business and now provide wholesale options for numerous retailers across the Midwest,” said Blom. The pair shared with 605 some of their favorite ways to spend time together.

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Shoot Your Shot

When we have company meetings, we’ll often pick up frosting shots from Oh My Cupcakes! because who doesn’t love straight up frosting? They’re the best.

Food for the Soul

Speaking of food, we have had many good meetings at Chevy’s. Chips and queso are the perfect brain food for new ideas.

A Breath of Fresh Air

Good Earth State Park is just a short drive to great walking trails and to enjoy nature. It’s a great place to go with the whole family.

“I love the bike trails! Running is a passion of mine and the bike trail is a gem in Sioux Falls. It’s fun seeing familiar faces on the trails.” - Amber Blom

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Kickin’ It Poolside

This past summer, our most enjoyable hangouts were in Lindsay’s backyard drinking margaritas next to the kiddie pool. Let’s not forget the old-fashioned lawn chairs that fold in thirds.

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Willers has a husband and three daughters.

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Blom did fitness modeling for about five years and worked with a professional fitness photographer as his production manager. She’s comfortable on set, so she says it’s been fun to use that experience and model Cows and Cacti apparel.

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Blom and Willers designed and printed the apparel for Sioux Falls Mayor Paul TenHaken’s 100 Miles in 100 Days initiative. Through this opportunity, the pair provided participants and supporters with commemorative shirts and donated over $4,600 to the community.

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Blom loves to travel. Over New Years, she and a friend traveled to Ireland, rented a car, and drove across the country.

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Willers has a passion for all things design. By trade, she’s an experiential 3D designer and creative director who designs experiences for high-end brands such as Mercedes-Benz, AnheuserBusch, Hilton, and more.

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“My favorite local meal is the Chislic and Ghost Cheese Dipping Sauce at Ode to Food and Drinks. Their Ghost Burger comes in at a close second.” -Lindsay Willers

Targét the Day Away

Since Lindsay is a mom, we often hang out after the kids go to bed. Our meetup place of choice is Target. We love walking through the décor and dollar sections.

Vitamin E(nergy)

We both have an obsession with Celsius, a caffeinated beverage. One of our favorite places to stock up is the Vitamin Shoppe. Our favorite flavors are grape, wild berry, orange, and peach.

Problem-solving Sips

In the summer, we take walks together throughout the neighborhood. The world’s problems have all been solved on our wine walks.

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605 Magazine Summer Issue Pale Ale by Alana Snyder For the past several years, Fernson Brewing Company in Sioux Falls and Lost Cabin Beer Co. in Rapid City have collaborated with 605 Magazine to create the 605 Magazine Summer Issue beer. The beer, which is sold exclusively at Fernson and Lost Cabin brewery locations, launches on 605 Day, which is June 5. After a virtual hiatus in 2020, the 605 team is joining both breweries once again to have 605 Day celebrations on both sides of the state from 4-6 p.m. (MST and CST). Try South Dakota trivia, win or purchase South Dakota swag, grab some grub, and sip on this year’s pale ale with honey. But before the event, get to know the beer behind it all.

5 QUESTIONS WITH SUMMER ISSUE WHAT DO YOU LOVE MOST ABOUT SOUTH DAKOTA?

WHAT ARE YOU MOST EXCITED ABOUT FOR 605 DAY?

The best part of our state is the diversity of the landscape. One minute you can be in the Badlands, the next you could be driving Needles Highway, and the next you’re by the River Greenway in downtown Sioux Falls. You get such different experiences across South Dakota.

To be around people and come together for our state. Not only will there be great beer (myself included), but there will be music, South Dakota swag, trivia, and all-around good vibes, which we all have needed.

WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE PART ABOUT THIS YEAR’S COLLABORATION?

I’m a limited summer release, so get your hands on me while supplies last.

Supporting local makers and farmers. While the collaboration was worked together with Fernson and Lost Cabin, they each used different local honey to create me.

WHAT ELSE SHOULD PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT YOU?

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WHY DO YOU THINK SOUTH DAKOTA BREWERIES WORK SO WELL TOGETHER WITH EACH OTHER AND OTHER BUSINESSES? Even with our communities constantly growing, we all have that Midwest small town pride for one another. The breweries want everyone to succeed, and we do better together.

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