New Blaine Brewery hailed as Twin Cities’ Next Great Cheeseburger uses Revier Beef

StarTribune’s Table Talk Blog writes article on the Twin Cities’ next great cheeseburger which uses Revier Cattle Beef. The burger is created by The Tipsy Steer inside Invictus Brewing Company in Blaine, Minnesota and the double patty, bun and cheese is all it takes to be hailed the next big thing.

According to the writer Rick Nelson:
The beef hails from Revier Cattle Co. in Olivia, Minn., a premium producer that turns out a noticeably premium product.”

Revier Cattle Co. Interview with AM 830 KLAA Radio




































Listen to Tom Revier and Paul Hillen’s Interview with Sports Radio AM 830 KLAA on the Revier Cattle Company and it’s roots in Olivia, Minnesota.

Tom Revier and Paul Hillen of Revier Cattle Company interview with Andy Harris, Executive Producer & Co-Host of the “SoCal Restaurant Show” on Sports Radio AM 830 KLAA.
Andy Harris is also the 2nd Vice President – International Food Wine & Travel Writers
Association (IFWTWA)

Excerpt from the Interview:
“From the very beginning, the Revier family of farmers continuously found ways to raise better beef, preserve, and protect the land and water. Today, the Reviers continue this tradition with Revier Cattle Company (RCC) and Revier Farms.”

Burger Hunter Sets Sights on Revier Cattle Company

Burger Hunter Mike S. uses his expertise to try out Shake Shack’s signature burger at The Mall of America. The Minnesota Shake Shack partners with Revier Cattle Company to provide locally sourced beef from Minnesota that is raised on locally grown seed stock developed to create a High Quality, Sustainable Beef that also reduces the carbon footprint.

According to Mike S:
“Trust . . . The meat is from local legends the Revier Cattle Co and they set the farm bar pretty high in Minnesota.”