• Shauney Moen

    Shauney Moen

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    Doctorate of Physical Therapy

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    I graduated from CSS in 2014 with a B.A. in psychology with a biology minor and completed the M.S. EXP program at CSS in 2015. I am now a 2nd year physical therapy student at CSS and I'm loving it! I chose St. Scholastica based on the welcoming environment. I played softball at CSS during my four years of undergraduate studies. I am now the Captain of the CSS Love Your Melon Crew and a PT club rep. I enjoy the company of my friends, being outside, playing volleyball, relaxing and my cat Mittens!

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Castle Danger Brewery

So this summer was my last semester in Duluth, so I decided to check out a few hot-spots around Duluth before I moved away! One of the first places I decided to go to that has been on my list for a while is Castle Danger Brewery.

This brewery is located up the North Shore a little ways, located in Two Harbors.

Walking into the brewery, there was a cool atmosphere about it. You see the long bar top as you walk in and there are tables set-up for people to bring in their own food, games, and grab a couple beers.

We decided to go on the brewery tour and I believe it was only $3, lasted about 15 minutes, and included 1 small beer. Here are some pictures of what the inside of the brewery looked like with all the impressive machines.

Overall, it was underwhelming compared to other brewery tours I have been on, but the tap house portion is pretty neat and I would go there to play cribbage with some friends!

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