Here is a fun new blog about craft beer around the nation — it’s called The Six-Pack Project. The goal is to have writers from each state come up with a “flight” of six different beers that represent their state (and/or state beer culture). Paige Latham, who runs the blog Alcohol By Volume, got the honor of writing for Minnesota. You can find her contribution the The Six-Pack Project here. One of the things that makes Paige’s article interesting is the way she broke down each beer by a different aspect of the state. For instance, she chose Schell’s Star of the North to represent Minnesota History, Summit’s EPA to represent the capitol (St. Paul), and Dangerous Man Chocolate Milk Stout to represent our sizable population of hipsters. You can check out the other “six-packs” (i.e. other states) here, or check out the parent blog, This Is Why I’m Drunk, here.