The Two Harbors brewery's massive upset win over Surly crowns it king of Minnesota beers.
The No. 1 and the No. 2 seeds barely survived the Foamy Four, coming from behind to defeat their opponents.
Surly beat rival Summit by only 57 votes to advance to the Foamy Four.
See which Minnesota breweries survived the opening round, and then get ready to vote in the Ale-ite Eight round Tuesday morning.
The votes are in and the field of 16 Minnesota breweries is set, with a mix of newcomers and perennial powerhouses.
The state's oldest brewery stunned beer fans with upset after upset in our inaugural brewery competition.
If you thought this year's NCAA Tournament had drama, you should see how our March Malt-ness went down.