MINNEAPOLIS — Tricia Nelson was the first intern that Finnegans Founder and CEO Jacquie Berglund hired over ten years ago. 

Nelson is still with the company today, and they're celebrating her decade of work in the way they know best. 

"We're a brewery, so we made a beer for her," Berglund said. 

Oh yes! Now on tap, and in bottles, is the Tricia Belgian Pale Ale.

"I think it’s really nice of them. The attention is a little bit too much. I definitely tried really hard to change the name for months, and nobody listened to me," Nelson said with a laugh. 

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Nelson works in sales development and is the community relations manager.

Berglund has her own title for her, "Brown-haired goddess of kindness," she said. "That's who she is."

Integral in recently helping create a farmers market outside of the Finnegans Brewery in downtown Minneapolis, Nelson says it's what the company stands for that continues to bring her back. 

"Every day, no matter how challenging things are, or what comes up, we all know that we’re here for a purpose," Nelson said. 

Finnegans donates 100 percent of their profits back to feeding the hungry.

You better believe Finnegans will be serving up the Tricia beer this weekend during their St. Patrick's Day festivities, which begin on Friday. 

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