La Doña Cervecería Reveals Taproom Soccer Field, Art Gallery

Latino-influenced brewery introduces Fútbol and Social Club, local artist showcase

La Doña Cervecería Fútbol and Social Club logoLa Doña Cerveceria will have a 1500-square-foot soccer field on the patio of their taproom, set to open later this summer. Inside, La Doña will showcase local artists in its art gallery. The soccer field will be home to La Doña’s Fútbol and Social Club, the 3 vs. 3 co-ed competitive and casual soccer league, which will begin when the taproom opens.

“The large patio space for the soccer field is one of the primary reasons we settled on this location and it’s exciting to see these aspects of our project finally become tangible,” said Sergio Manancero, La Doña’s founder.

Registration for the league is open now and any businesses interested in advertising on the soccer field are encouraged to contact La Doña.

Inside the taproom, local artists drawing upon Latin culture and beer for inspiration will be showcased. La Doña asks for any local artist interested in displaying their existing work or developing content for the taproom to contact them.

To register for La Doña’s Fútbol and Social Club, click HERE.

To learn more about becoming an advertising partner for our soccer field, click HERE to send an inquiry.

To learn more about displaying your artwork in the La Doña taproom, click HERE to send an inquiry.

Photo caption: the rendering above simulates the boxed field that you will see at La Doña.

La Doña was founded by Sergio Manancero, a former Marine and son of Uruguayan immigrants. After officially launching the brand at the Taco Tour on Lake Street in 2016, he hand-delivered beer around the Twin Cities in a van between classes and his full-time job at the University of Minnesota, where he graduated in December with a Sociology degree. He plans to leverage La Doña Cervecería’s B-corp status, Latino-influence and heritage to further inspire and empower not only the Latinx of the Twin Cities, but aspiring entrepreneurs of all ethnic backgrounds.

For more information contact Sergio Manancero at