Happy Harry’s Bottle Shops have been an integral part of the North Dakota landscape and lifestyle for over 70 years.  Our iconic “barns” average 16,000 square feet per store and are designed with your shopping convenience and enjoyment in mind.  Each of our conveniently located stores in Fargo and Grand Forks offer one of the largest and finest selections between Minneapolis and Seattle. Our low prices and outstanding customer service don’t hurt either!  Come see for yourself why Happy Harry’s is consistently voted the best!

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Happy Harry’s Bottle Shops have been an integral part of the North Dakota landscape and lifestyle for over 70 years. Our iconic “barns” average 16,000 square feet per store and are designed with your shopping convenience and enjoyment in mind. Each of our conveniently located stores in Fargo and Grand Forks offer one of the largest and finest selections between Minneapolis and Seattle. Our low prices and outstanding customer service don’t hurt either! Come see for yourself why Happy Harry’s is consistently voted the best!

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Odell Brewing Company

Brewery of the Month – September 2017 Written by Alex T. – Happy Harry’s Brew Crew Odell Brewing Company is the second oldest packaging craft brewer in the state of Colorado.  It was started in 1989 by Doug Odell, his wife Wynne, and his sister Corkie.  But the...

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Lagunitas Brewing Company

Brewery of the Month – August 2017 Written by Alex T. – Happy Harry’s Brew Crew The first batch of beer brewed in the process of creating Lagunitas Brewing Company was a bit of a disaster, but it was surprisingly the start of growing into a craft giant.  Tony Magee,...

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Drekker Brewing Company

Brewery of the Month – July 2017 Written by Alex T. – Happy Harry’s Brew Crew For those who don’t know, Drekker is one of Fargo’s very own breweries.  They are located in the heart of Downtown on 1st Ave., just a few doors down from the Wurst Beer Hall, and they first...

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