Can Can Wonderland, the first arts-based nonprofit in Minnesota, recently renovated and gained a self-serve tap wall using iPourIt technology.
iPourIt recently installed a self-serve beer wall at Can Can Wonderland, the first arts-based nonprofit in Minnesota. The beer wall features 34 self-serve taps where patrons can pour craft beers, wine, and kombucha. The venue opened early 2017 and is currently renovating to add an additional 10,000 square feet.
Can Can Wonderland features mini golf, a boardwalk of arcade games, live music, food, and drink. With the renovation, the venue will also offer an expanded menu, a private event space, a pop-up art installation, and the new self-serve tap wall.
The Monitor, a neighborhood newspaper that reaches over 50,000 Saint Paul residents, recently featured Can Can Wonderland in a well-written article. Read the full story below.
About Can Can Wonderland
Can Can Wonderland is Minnesota’s first art-based public benefit corporation. The arts & entertainment venue has an 18-hole artist-inspired and designed mini golf course, boardwalk arcade, live music and entertainment, a fancy state fair-like menu, craft cocktails, and a 36-tap self-serve wall. Can Can wonderland brings a unique concept to St. Paul by giving all profits to the Minneapolis-St. Paul artist community, and now by offering a self-serve concept to patrons. Learn more at https://www.cancanwonderland.com/.
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