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Believe it or not, choosing locally made beer has a much greater impact on South Dakota than you might realize. Picture this: you grab a six pack of craft beer made in another state or a case of your favorite light lager from your local spot. Your purchase pays the local store who stocked it, the local distributor who transported it, and the remaining money goes to a brewery in another state. It’s a simple transaction, yet only a part of your purchase stays here. While purchasing a local pack of beer follows the same profit model as above, keeping dollars here actually goes much further than just "supporting a brewery." You’re helping employees in your community earn a paycheck, and spend money at your favorite restaurants and businesses, maybe even the one you work for. So all that extra cash that would have gone to another state, is being recycled here and used to support & grow locally owned businesses and families here. And that’s not all. To take this a step further, where do our local breweries get their supplies? While most ingredients come from out of state, most breweries have begun utilizing local farms that grow hops, grains and fruit for their recipes. As the demand for local ingredients continues to grow, you’re now supporting local farms who supply our entire community of restaurants and farmers’ markets. And it still doesn’t end there. A growing trend among breweries is business philanthropy; promoting the welfare of our community through fundraising, donations, or acts of service. Breweries across our state have literally raised thousands of dollars for local nonprofits through tap donations, charitable events, and

public service. As the local beer scene continues to explode, so will the nonprofit support. In conclusion: buying locally produced beer earns your neighbor a paycheck, allows them to shop at nearby businesses / purchase locally grown ingredients, and to continue to sponsor non profit work within our community through their job. All it takes is you choosing the right beverage. So, the next time you’re reaching for a beer, keep in mind how the simple act of choosing local can make a big impact on our community.

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Spirited Desserts I am not a huge dessert person. When I finish a meal, I would really rather have some kind of decadent cocktail then a wedge of cake. Don’t get me wrong, I would never ever turn down a Brooklyn Blackout from Queen City Bakery but also don’t judge me if I would rather drink than eat my calories! We’ve seen an increased interest in mouth-watering, dessert-style liqueurs of late and they are perfect après dinner treats in a glass. The current trend is peanut butter everything and I must admit that I’m shocked at how much Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey we sell. The customer favorite is to mix it with Godiva Chocolate Liqueur for a Reese’s PB Cup martini and I must admit it is very good. Personally, I’m more into a riff on a good old-fashioned peanut butter and jelly so equal parts Skrewball and Leopold Brothers Blackberry Whiskey does the trick. Leopold Bros. uses fresh fruit and there are no artificial preservatives in their liqueurs so one could argue that it is a very healthy spirit! The iconic Baileys known mostly for Irish Cream has entered the seasonal and limited release world and one of my favorites is Baileys Strawberries and Cream. For those of us that are a certain age it is incredibly reminiscent of Strawberry Quik powdered drink mix! Remember getting to the bottom of the glass and having a heaping pile of strawberry flavored sugar that hadn’t dissolved into the milk? Anyway, I digress. Pour it right out of the bottle over ice or blend it with ice and your favorite Coconut vodka or rum. Baileys also has a gluten free Irish Cream called Almandé made with almond milk for those folks with gluten allergies and it is very tasty.

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Dorda Liqueur is a new introduction from the makers of Chopin Vodka and comes in Coconut, Chocolate and Sea Salt Caramel. While all of them are lovely, grab your seats for the Dorda Sea Salt Caramel. It is decadence in a glass. For an after-dinner cocktail mix 3 oz. Chopin Potato Vodka with 1.5 oz. of Dorda Sea Salt Caramel and 1 oz. of espresso. Pour over ice in a cocktail shaker and strain into a martini glass. Garnish with chocolate shavings. Wow! Jackson Morgan Southern Cream also has a sea salt caramel but the liqueur that really caught my eye and my taste buds is their Whipped Orange Cream. This is a frozen orange dreamsicle in a bottle. Made with Tennessee Whiskey the bright fresh orange and creamy flavor brings me back to my childhood. Hot summer days

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On May 4, 1964, the United States Congress recognized bourbon as exclusively an American made product with strict production and aging standards. Bourbon’s mashbill must be at least 51% corn, it must be distilled to no higher than 160 proof (80% alcohol by volume), it must be aged in a new, charred oak barrel, and it cannot enter the barrel at higher than 125 proof (62.5% alcohol by volume). Each of these requirements, while specific, leave a little bit of ambiguity for distillers to play with. For example, while bourbon has to be at least 51% corn, there is no one specific corn varietal that needs to be used. There also are not any requirements about where the corn is grown, so distilleries today, especially smaller craft distilleries are experimenting with using different varieties of corn grown all over the world to create unique flavor profiles in their bourbon. Another interesting component is the barrels for aging. While they must be aged in new, charred oak barrels, there is no distinction that requires that it be aged in American oak barrels despite being an American made product. Oak is used because of its durability and decreased risk of leak-

age. With aging for any period of time, there is going to be some leaking and some evaporating that occurs in the barrel, but the goal of distilleries is always to get as much juice as possible from the barrel to the bottle, so minimizing those leaks is extremely important. American Oak is the most typical option, but Japanese Mizunara Oak, and French Oak are also used by distilleries, although most often they are used for finishing purposes. The other interesting requirement to look at is that the whiskey cannot enter the barrel at any higher than 125 proof. Many misconceptions exist that it is therefore not possible to have a bourbon that is higher than 125 proof. Legally, full proof whiskey is bottled at 125 proof, but because of differing rates of evaporation for alcohol and water, it is possible for a barrel strength whiskey to reach proofs as high as the upper 130s. Examples of such whiskies include Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Barrel Proof, Booker’s Uncut and Unfiltered Bourbon, and Elijah Craig Barrel Proof releases. All of these whiskies habitually exceed the 126 proof mark, and can be quite overwhelming for consumers not prepared for a high heat, high spice offering. I typically recommend drinking these whiskies with some water or an ice cube so as not to singe the taste buds. The unique, and for me exciting, aspect of whiskies that are barrel strength is that we’re tasting it exactly as the Master Distillers and Master Blenders for these distilleries taste them. For me, it’s one of the purest forms of bourbon enjoyment possible. By Zac Johnson

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and the Schwann’s truck carrying those cold treats driving through the neighborhood was like a siren call to me and my friends. It may be cold outside, but we can dream of summer with this cocktail. Mix 1/2 cup Jackson Morgan Whipped Orange Cream with 1 cup of French vanilla ice cream and 1/2 can of frozen OJ concentrate. Bend in a blender until smooth.

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The Magic of Bill Blagg Live! February 21, 2020 | 7:30 p.m. | Mary W. Sommervold Hall Critics and audiences alike rave about Bill’s interactive magic and jaw-dropping illusions that will have you rubbing your eyes in disbelief. Blagg’s show combines his mind-blowing magical talents along with his trademark off-the-cuff personality to take you on a magical journey you’ll never forget! You’ll witness objects float in mid-air, vanish in the blink of an eye and so much more!

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March 5, 2020 | 7 p.m. | Mary W. Sommervold Hall The Maxwell Quartet consists of 4 great friends who grew up playing classical and folk music together in youth orchestras and music schools across Scotland. The group officially began in 2010 at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, where its founding members met as postgraduate students. The very next year, the Quartet was appointed as the Conservatoire’s Young Artists in Residence. They performs regularly across the UK and abroad, at venues including London’s Wigmore Hall, Purcell Room, St Martin-in-the-Fields and the BBC Chamber Music Proms.

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But as it’s been for Seefeldt throughout his restaurant-owning experience, he kept an open mind and didn’t dismiss the idea.

I’m always willing to look at opportunities.” And what an opportunity it was. Seefeldt recognized the potential with the massive waterpark adjacent to the restaurant, along with the heavy traffic in the area with the Ramada Inn sitting directly in the middle of the entertainment district.

“When you think about it, when my kids were younger, if I could have found a place to sit, and watch them have fun and have a cold beer and watch the football game, I probably would have gone there a lot more, too,” he said. “I looked at everything, and I thought we could definitely make it work, so we went for it.”


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Combine Decadence with Refreshment this Valentine’s Day Chocolate is often described as “decadent,” and rightfully so. Few foods can make people feel as if they’re being indulgent as well as chocolate. Perhaps that’s what makes chocolate such a great fit for Valentine’s Day. When giving that special someone some chocolate on February 14, you’re not just giving them something delicious, but also a chance to indulge in a forbidden fruit. But chocolate desserts can be more than merely decadent. In fact, this recipe for “Pasticcio di Cioccolato con Lampone (Individual Chocolate Cakes With Fresh Raspberries)” from Michael White and Joanna Pruess’ “Fiamma: The Essence of Contemporary Italian Cooking” (Wiley) is both decadent and, thanks to the fresh raspberries, refreshing. The individual cake is an ideal Valentine’s Day gift, as it serves to emphasize how that special someone is the only one for you.

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(Individual Chocolate Cakes With Fresh Raspberries) - Yield 8 • 1 1⁄3 c. cake flour, sifted • 1⁄3 c. plus 2 Tbsp. cocoa powder, sifted • 1⁄4 tsp. baking soda • 6 Tbsp. unsalted butter • 6 large eggs • 1 c. granulated sugar • 1 tsp. vanilla extract • 1 c. heavy cream • 1⁄4 c. confectioners’ sugar, sifted • 1 pint fresh raspberries • Vegetable cooking spray • Pinch of sea salt Preheat the oven to 325º. Spray muffin tin with nonstick spray or use paper or foil liners. Sift flour, 1⁄3 c. of cocoa, salt, & baking soda into bowl; set aside. Melt butter in small saucepan; set aside. Combine

eggs & sugar in bowl of electric mixer fitted with whisk. Set bowl over a pan partially filled with simmering water. Water should not touch bowl. Using whisk, beat egg-sugar mixture until warm to the touch sugar has dissolved. Immediately remove bowl from heat; transfer to electric mixer. Whip the egg-sugar mixture on med. speed for 3-4 min. until tripled in volume and is very thick & light colored. Add vanilla, whip 2-3 sec. to blend. Remove bowl; gently fold in flour-cocoa mixture. Place about 11⁄2 c. of batter in separate bowl; gently fold in melted butter. Fold into remaining batter. Divide batter evenly among cupcake tins. Bake in center of oven for 20-25 min., or toothpick comes out clean. Remove cool completely on rack. While cooling, combine heavy cream with confectioners’ sugar & 2 Tbsp. of cocoa, beat into soft peak; set aside. Remove from tin; place on dessert plates. Spoon whipped cream on top, divide raspberries among plates; serve.

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Valentine's Day in Downtown Sioux Falls February 14 DTSF wants to help with your Valentine's Day plans! We put together a list of 13 reasons to spend celebrate Valentine's Day in downtown, go to dtsf.com to learn more.

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Love Fest featuring DJ Relic February 15


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4th Annual Downtown Mash Madness March 6 - 22 It’s craft beer bracket time! Join DTSF and the downtown breweries for the 4th Annual Mash Madness! Come downtown to taste and rate select craft brews beginning on March 6 and continuing through March 22, 2020. It’s easy! Taste each breweries specially created Mash Madness brew and vote on the on your favorites on the official app of downtown Sioux Falls – The DTSF Digital Passport. The winning brewery will receive bragging rights for a full year, and a traveling trophy!

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The Jones 421 Marketplace wants to keep the love going from Valentines Day, so the shop owners there are showing some love to the community that supports them. Lovefest 2020 featuring DJ Relic. Experience the finest soul vinyl from the era of soul, funk, and Motown with a few modern R&B hits sprinkled in the mix. Oh, also, it’s outside! Bundle up, but if you are dancing enough, the cold won’t matter one bit and we will be sure to keep you warm with our mulled wine, craft beer, wine & coffee! There will also be other excited things happening on the patio and in the marketplace: • MK Threads - A Fashion Show showcasing the season’s latest trends • Sharing the Dream - 15% of scarves to stay warm • Intoxibakes - 15% off spike hot coca cupcakes • Papa Woody’s - A Homestead Brew • OG Greens: -$5 all fresh squeezed juices & drinks -$6 tacos (organic flour tortilla, free range chicken, organic black beans, red cabbage, fresh corn, jalapeno and dressing of choice) -3 cayenne, lemon, ginger shots






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Post your brew photos to social media with #MashMadness20 and tag the brewery for a chance to win a gift card from one of the breweries. List of participating breweries coming soon!




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