Meet Pat Campbell, Brewer / New Guy:
Hailing from Wisconsin and by way of Mad Tree Brewing of Cincinnati and Steel Toe Brewing, we welcome Mr. Pat Campbell to the Bauhaus family. Just a smidge weird compared to the rest of us, Pat’s an all around great dude who happens to sport a dickie very, very well. Here’s a little Q&A with Pat:
If you had a superpower, what would it be?
The ability to eat as much ice cream as I want, whenever I want, and not give myself type 2 diabetes.
What talent would you most like to have?
After realizing that almost every single person here at the Haus is much more musically inclined than myself, I would have to go with being able to play a musical instrument.
What do you love most about Minneapolis?
The beer culture and community here. It's really amazing how there are so many great breweries here in Minneapolis and how everyone in the industry knows each other and helps each other out from beer collaborations to borrowing canning line parts or yeast. It's just one big community who appreciates beer for all that it is.
Favorite Bauhaus beer?
Right this moment Sky-Ten! but Über Düber this year was pretty great too. Then there are Slawhammer and Stargrazer that are my go-to lower ABV beers.
Favorite beer in general?
Such a tough question. Blank Slate Brewing Company's Fork in the Road is a beer I don't think I could ever get sick of. Then there is MadTree Brewing's Galaxy High which is a fantastic beer that is aptly named for use of galaxy hops which just so happen to also be my favorite hop variety.Russian River Brewing Company's Consecration is also a favorite.
Favorite Minneapolis restaurant?
Pig Ate My Pizza. I just love everything about that place! First time I ever went there my wife and I took part in a "Fender Race" and she beat me handily!
What's the one album that you can't get sick of?
I think I'd have to go with Nelly's Country Grammar. I can't tell you how many times that cd was played in my car back in the day.
Describe yourself in three words.
Bearded. Brewer. Dad.