Naked Winery and Sick-N-Twisted products can now be found, enjoyed and purchased in Keystone, SD. With the 2016 Summer season opening, we’re proud to announce the opening of our newest retail store in the Black Hills. Although this is a seasonal location, we want to reach visitors on their way … Continue reading
After many adjustments and fine adjustments the canning line went into production Friday February 12, 2016. Even though it’s a huge challenge and undertaking, the first cases of Buzz Light were produced at Sick-N-Twisted in Hill City. We’re excited to continue with the production of all our lines of beer.
Testing the equipment We are getting to know our new equipment. It took a little preparation and hard work. However, we are now ready to go and testing batches of our favorite beers. Our crew starts up early every day to get going. We’re all excited and inspired with this … Continue reading
The brewery expansion is taking shape. The newly prepared space is filled now. With the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally work is suspended. It’s exciting to see all the pieces more or less in place. The electrical system is being prepared. All the processing tanks have been moved from the shipping containers … Continue reading
Brewing equipment has been arriving all week. At last! After running into some snags with U.S. Customs, the brewing equipment is making its way into to the Sick-N-Twisted production building. The brewery building has been properly prepared with a new floor poured, the drain ditches in place . . . … Continue reading
Brewery expansion continues Expansion plans continue to develop. The building is being prepared. Noisy and dirty work . . . but we’re looking forward to the new installation. The equipment is on the way, we get closer to our goal.
May 11 through 17 – American Craft Beer Week All this week the country has been celebrating the craft. See what’s happening all over. To celebrate we’ll be attending the event at Hay Camp Brewing. Stop by to see us there. Follow the website’s map to find out how to … Continue reading
Johnson Brothers backs the S-N-T brand and distribute its many labels. As of March 2015, Johnson Brothers is representing Sick-N-Twisted Brewery. The endorsement means the Sick-N-Twisted name will now be available to a wider audience locally, in South Dakota as well as the rest of the world. Their website says, … Continue reading