26 Feb THE STORY OF OUR BEER POSTERS – TOTALLY WIRTH IT
Totally Wirth It honors parks superintendent Theodore Wirth, whose visionary leadership set the stage for Minneapolis’s unparalleled park system.
TOTALLY WIRTH IT
DRY IRISH STOUT
This creamy, dry Irish Stout is light in body but rich in flavor. It’s exclusively available at the Utepils Fernweh Taproom and arrives in your glass via a nitrogen tap. Witnessing the pour is an event unto itself: Totally Wirth It emerges from the tap as a waterfall of tiny bubbles but slowly settles in the glass, forming a dark brew with a thick, foamy head. Don’t rush it—the wait is Totally Wirth It.
Totally Wirth It honors parks superintendent Theodore Wirth, whose visionary leadership set the stage for Minneapolis’s unparalleled park system. In the early 1900s, Wirth directed efforts to reserve and promote vast green spaces throughout the city. One of those spaces is the aptly named Theodore Wirth Park, which is in our backyard. Artist Sean Gray highlights the variety of recreational and leisure opportunities afforded by our parks—with Mr. Wirth himself raising a glass to the city he loved. Just like our traditional beer styles, Sean’s work is timeless: the elements Minnesotans loved about our parks 100 years ago still ring true today.
Visit the Utepils shop to view and purchase prints of this or any of Sean’s custom Utepils beer posters.