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Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery

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Minneapolis Town Hall BreweryMinneapolis Town Hall Brewery
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147 Beers
4,407 Ratings
Place Score: 96
Ratings: 278
Reviews: 185
rAvg: 4.32
pDev: n/a
Taps: 8
Bottles: --
Cask: Y
Beer-to-Go: Y
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

1430 Washington Ave S
Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55454-1038
United States
phone: (612) 339-8696

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Photo of Deuane
4.18/5  rDev -3.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

We love this place because they have cask ale at all times, but today they had Masala Mama IPA on cask, and THAT was just what we needed!

We have had this wonderful elixir before and couldn't wait to return and have more!

Additional beers we enjoyed at Town Hall (which does, by the way, serve half pints) were Pot of Gold Potato Stout (4.9% ABV, brewed with chunks of Yukon Gold Potato in the grain mash), Black H20 Stout and Masala Mama on draft (which was so fabulously aromatic and the hops flavor just bursting in the mouth!)

Town Hall is located on a corner with two walls of windows, so we could look out on the world. The sun was shining when we went in, and then snow began to fall. Then the sun came back out, and then the snow returned. Then sun AND snow...it was ridiculous, but very nice to be sitting inside nice and warm and watch the bi-polar weather!

We enjoyed a few hours of beer, basketball and the food. I had the fish and chips - perch in a thick, roasty beer batter - and C had the chicken burrito which was as big as a loaf of homemade bread! It was ridiculously large, and we will be enjoying half of it at a later time.

Even though the place was bustling and our server busy she did a good job keeping us taken care of, inlcuding my frequent requests for water fills.

The beer and the atmosphere at Town Hall are so enjoyable. This really a great place to come hang out.

If you can enjoy only one place during a visit to Minneapolis I cannot recommend this place enough...I truly enjoy it!

Photo of jokelahoma
4.15/5  rDev -3.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Difficult to say anything that hasn't already been said, but I'm a new pair of eyes on the place, so I'll try.

To begin with, while it is no fault of theirs, highway construction made this place a real tee-total bitch to get to. What should have been a 15 minute trip up from the Eden Prarie burbs became a 45 minute adventure. If you're planning on going soon, plan some extra time, as they have the area near the place all screwed up as of late March 2008.

That said, it's well worth sticking it out to get there. The place itself has a nice English pub feel to it, roomy and cozy at the same time, with high ceilings, wood everywhere, etc. Many regulars when I was there. I got the feeling that a great deal of patrons come here more than once. There was an unqualifyable "happiness" to the place that's really hard to put a finger on. Comfort level was high, even as an interloper from Kansas City.

The menu was pretty standard pub fare, albeit done up nicely, and not terribly expensive. You have sandwiches, burgers, salads, etc. Prices appeared decent for everything.

The pub itself has five standard year round taps, with four rotating seasonals. At the time I was there the seasonals were an Irish Potato Stout (yes, brewed with potatos -- or potatoes, Mr. Quayle), an Irish Red, a Dortmunder lager (which I understand is to become a year round brew) and a Spring beer which defies style.

The wait staff was pretty knowledgeable about their beers, which is always helpful, and they were fairly attentive, which meant I never ran dry for long.

Overall, the place itself is worth trying. It's adjacent to a parking garage, which is nice since parking is a nightmare, made worse by the aforementioned construction and hour limitations on parking at meters (none, 4-6 PM). Good staff, great beers, decent food... hard to go wrong here. Worth a trip if you're in the area, to say the very least.

Photo of ndolover
4.5/5  rDev +4.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 3

This is my watering hole, so I won't go in to detail about all the pros (cask IPA) and cons (spotty service) of the place. If you are beer drinker in the Minneapolis area you owe it to yourself to check this place out. If you are traveling on business and like good craft beer, you owe it ot yourself to sample a few beers. A couple of tips would be:
1. You can find free parking if you walk a bit.
2. The female staff (generally) have been working there for a while and are much more attentive.
3. Join the beer club, if you live in the area. I have been making money on the deal since I joined! (now I sound like me wife)
4. Sitting in the TV couch area is just asking for bad service. Get a beer first then sit down.
5. Always ask what is on cask, as the board is sometimes wrong and you don't want to miss out on a cask IPA.

Photo of gueuzegeek
4.05/5  rDev -6.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I will start by saying, I was there during a bit of an off-time. They are going through some construction or something, so there was no Masala Mama!!! The bartender felt bad about this and did offer a guest beer from Wisconsin called Bubble Juice IPA as the replacement option (I waited to have that after trying something less hoppy though). I ultimately liked it just fine, but really suspect the Masala Mama is better. It was hoppy, but just not as great as all the hype the Mama receives, so I hope others would agree.

I was here on business and sat at the bar. The service was fine, but a growler broke while I was there, so the bartender (Shelly (sp?)) was a tad distracted for a bit of time, but otherwise the service was perfect! She even chatted for a bit when she had time.

I did get a "West End" Ale first so as not to kill my taste buds, and this was a lovely ale that I was glad to have tried. It was more of a sessionish beer, but still full of flavor.

I also got the Black H2O and THAT was a REALLY great dark oatmeal stout. This was nice and rich and roasty and left me really wishing I had skipped the Bubble Juice and opted for a full pint of this one (I had 10 oz sizes as not to have too much since I had to drive back to my hotel).

I did try a taste of the 1800, but due to the fact that I did not want to have 8.6% I did not get a glass.

The place is pretty cool looking, and heck, The Onion is from here, and I had that to read while I enjoyed my beer. I also talked to a fellow patron for a bit and it seems people are rather friendly here.

I got the Hummus Pizza, and at first glance thought it was a strange thing when it arrived, but BOY was that GREAT!! So simple, yet so tasty!! I wish I got to try other things, but was happy with that.

If you are from out of town, there is a holiday inn right next door. If only I had known!!!

One last thing...they have lots of guest taps, so everyone can walk away happy here!!!

Photo of zeff80
3.91/5  rDev -9.5%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 2.75 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

The atmosphere of Town Hall is very good. It has a huge bar and the architecturally feel of a British pub. The quality of the beers that I had were outstanding. The Masala Mama and West Bank Pub Ale were both very good. Service suffered a bit. There was one waitress, who tried hard but couldn't get the job done. The bartender came out from behind the bar to serve some people but not us. Also, he seemed to be less than helpful for our waitress. Granted, it was lunchtime on New Year's Eve Day...I imagine they were fully staffed for that night. They were out of a couple of the brews and offered us guest brews...which I find a little sad. The food was quite good. Their guacamole and salsa were very good. The rest of the food people had was pretty good, too. Overall, I'd recommend it for the beer. Hopefully, the poor service was an aberration.

Photo of mtullius
4.68/5  rDev +8.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

It's always hard to review a place like Town Hall, because, really, what can I add? So I'll just repeat, for anyone who hasn't already figured it out:

-Town Hall is the best brewpub in the Twin Cities, and one of the best in the nation
-The Masala Mama (aka IPA) is one of the finest beers you'll ever taste, and worth driving hundreds of miles out of your way. Heck, it's probably worth a plane ticket.
-Especially if it's on cask. Make sure to ask.
-The food is good pub food. In my opinion, you're better off not bothering with the 'fancier' options on the menu, as I've found them to be not as good as they sound.
-There are, unsurprisingly, lots of regulars, and if you sit at the bar, you'll meet some. If you do this a few times, you'll become one.
-What are you waiting for? You could be drinking beer right now!

Photo of oner0002
4.63/5  rDev +7.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 3

A few tips for those new to the Town Hall. Around the month of November of every year they sell Pint Club memberships. They cost $150 (2007 price), but with it you get free beer every Saturday from 4pm to 5pm, a free growler and $0.75 off every Pint you get. I think it took me all of 3 months to make back my membership. Another cheap night is Pick-a-Pint Hour on Wednesdays from 5pm to 6pm where you can get regular gas pints for $2.00.

Also, keep an eye out as the Town Hall is under construction. They are adding bright tanks, more fermenter space and more brewing capacity. This means they will no longer run out of popular beers (read IPA) and will be able to have more tap and seasonal beers. They are already up to 12 regular and guest tap beers, but look forward to more! (written 11/24/07).

Update (11/30/2009) the construction is mostly finished and I'm happy to report that Mike and his crew are brewing like crazy. The "seasonal" beer selection rotates extremely fast now and often times a certain beer will only last a week. If you are a BA-er in the area definately sign up for the email list so you'll know what's coming out every week and when.

Photo of snpub540
3.95/5  rDev -8.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

I went to Town Hall two times on my recent trip into Minneapolis. At first I passed it several times in the car, as I thought it would be a larger location. I was surprised even though it was the 10th Anniversary weekend it wasn't overly crowded. Took a seat in the outdoor patio and ordered the only beer I was really looking forward to trying the whole trip, Masala Mama. And they had it on cask, which was even better than I imagined. Because of the Anniversary they were tapped out of a few beers, such as their Black H2O stout and I forgot what else, but I did get to have some Czar Jack and it was also tasty. Atmosphere was good. It seemed like mostly locals who frequent the spot all the time. You could tell who hadn't been there when they would ask a bartender or a server if they could get a Miller Lite. The answer would be that they don't serve that, but they do make a "light" beer called Bright Spot and most people who tried it seemed to like it. This was a great place to go after the Vikings game. Walking distance from the stadium and not crowded by out of town fans. Whenever I'm back in the Twin Cities I will definately be making my stop here.

Photo of brewdoc75
4.22/5  rDev -2.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 3 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

I've been to the Town Hall several times over the past year and have always been impressed. Most recently I was there for the 10th Anniversary. It was nice, but a little crowded. I've had most of their beers, but the ones that stick out in my mind are Masala Mamma (a must have when it is on cask), the oatmeal stout, and the scotch ale. I've never had a bad beer at this place. The staff is usually quite friendly and knowlegable. The environment is nice too, w/ an old English pub feel to it. I've had a number of their menu items including their delicious fries, a hummus pizza, the town hall nachos, and some of their burgers. All are very solid choices when having some beers with friends. I think the best time to come here is in the summer when you can sit outside. That being said, I've never been there during the winter so I can't really compare. I know that many others enjoy this place as well. In fact we are planning on having all of our interview dinners at the Town Hall for recruiting purposes related to my job. If you are in the Twin Cities and are looking for a good place to grab a brew and some food, you have to hit up Town Hall.

Photo of morimech
4.15/5  rDev -3.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 3

Stopped in for lunch and a sample of there beers on a Saturday. Since I use to live in the area I had no trouble finding the place. A few people inside sitting at the bar but most people were eating outside. Service was quick and the bartender seemed knowledgeable about the brews.

Started out with a pint of the 1800 Old English IPA and I was extremely impressed. This was worth driving into Minneapolis to try. Ordered a hamburger but didn't think the food was at the same quality as the beer. It was good but nothing special. Finished with a West Bank Pub Ale that I didn't like at all. Justed tasted off to me. Purchased a growler of the Centennial Pale Ale for latter consumption. That was also very good and kept well in my fridge at home.

Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery is a most stop for beer lovers if you find yourself in the area. Now I just have to go back and try some more of their beers.

Photo of jackorain
4.2/5  rDev -2.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3.5

Recent business tripm to this neck of the woods took me here.

It had anvisioned it smaller and harder to find than it was. It is right in the thick of things in "7 corners" I was staying at the Holiday Inn Metrodome ansd said "oh shit, iguess I don't have to search for Town Hall"

There is a lot of wood. It is a little drak inside. The bar is conformatble. I neglected to go arounfd back but I guess there is alot more seating back there.

The burger I had was good but cooked to medium-well when I asked for it medium to medium-rare. However, the french fries might well be some of the best I've had anywhere.

There was about seven Town Hall beers on tap and two on cask. The cask beers were Masala Mama and A coffee brown. Both really good. The cask mama was really quite unbelievable. There were also about 4-5 guest beers.

The thw bartenders and one manger that filled in at the bar were all friendly and talkative.

Overall- I am glad I went and will go back

Photo of udubdawg
4.43/5  rDev +2.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Visited in July during a long road trip. Well worth the little detour I took to get here.

Nice friendly place with an airy feel and lots of great woodwork. Lots of college-age patrons although I suppose that is even more true during the school year. Service was courteous although the server kept asking me "the IPA?" when I asked for a Masala Mama...I kinda figured she'd know the name of the beer, but oh well. I knew what I wanted, and BA dfried showed up and while waiting out another rainstorm was kind enough to offer more pointers.

I recall that my pulled pork sandwich was very good, but that's the extent of my food experience here. No complaints, and I look forward to trying more.

The beer...certainly the reason for coming here. Started with the Mama on cask, which was exceptional - among the top 5 beer experiences on my long 3.5 week trip. In retrospect I wish I'd have saved this beer for last, but oh well. Also had a pint of this beer on tap, which was good, but well short of the cask version. And in between I enjoyed a better-than-decent Black H20 oatmeal stout. Too bad I didn't have a hotel nearby or I'd have stuck around and tried everything. I had a pretty decent rootbeer here, and a taste of something that didn't leave enough of an impression for me to remember it - better go back!
Got a growler of Masala Mama that I enjoyed almost a week later at home.
Really nice place. Wish I had something like this available to me in Wichita.

Photo of Bamabrew22
4.4/5  rDev +1.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Great place to stop and sample a few quality brews while in the Twin Cities. I was really impressed with this place. The brewpub itself is pretty easy to find. Once inside, you're greeted by lots of mahogany and an overall woddy interior; reminiscent of old pubs in Europe. I saddled up to the comfortable long bar, not far from the taps and ordered off of the chalkboard listing the day's brews. The waitress was friendly and attentive and got my Masala Mama IPA right over to me (the reason for coming here). Usual pub fare here, burgers and chicken, but hey also have steaks and pasta dishes, as well as salads. The Black and Blue burger (black angus with blue cheese) was outstanding!! Tartness of the blue cheese and beef went over well with the IPA. I also tried their English Summer, which was also an outstanding beer, one of their seasonals. Just disappointed I couldn't stay all day and have a pint of everything. Great brewpub!

Photo of Atron67
4.4/5  rDev +1.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

A- This place was a great stop, The inside had a long bar, nothing about it was spectacular, but it was clean, nice and friendly. There was a nice outside patio that we sat at, which gave a real relaxed atmosphere for the very nice day.
Q- everything was high quality, the drinks were great, the food was better than expected.
S- the waitress was quick with service and replacements of beers, chipper, and knew her beers. The food arrived really quickly as well.
S- there was a good range of beers on tap, as well as two cask ales, (Their IPA, and IBA).
F- the food was really good and there was a wider than usual selection for a brewery.
V- the food was right where you would expect it, however the beer was pretty cheap, we went during happy hour, however happy hour, or late night specials seemed to always be on. It was 3.00 for a pint of draft, and 3.25 for the cask pints. This made it really cheap to get a fair amount of beer there

Photo of barefootbrewer
3.85/5  rDev -10.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5

After reading reviews on Beeradvocate, I made this my first stop in Minneapolis – good choice. It has a nice long wood bar, looks very pub like. I must admit, it was a nice night and I spent most of my time outside sitting at a table. The food was not bad for bar food. It hit the spot after a long flight. The waitress seemed to be fairly knowledgeable about the beer on tap. She was friendly and kept up, even though it was rather busy outside. Overall, I would have liked to have spent more time there…but I did have a few beers and will be back when I’m in the area.

Photo of tempest
4.28/5  rDev -0.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

This has turned into my go-to watering hole in the Twin Cities. Their standard line up rocks, as do the seasonals. Basically, I never get bored with this place unlike most bars and brewpubs.

My only problem with this place ever is that some times I get slower service than I'd like. The service at the bar (if you can find a spot) is still always good, and some of the wait/bar staff is pretty cool.

The food has also always impressed me. The burgers are top-notch and the giant pretzel or pub fries make for great late-night fixes. The beer, of course, is some of the best in the midwest. The Masala Mama and Black H2O Stout are some of my favorites.

This place is worth a trip to Minneapolis by itself. Surly on-tap at the Blue Nile, Barley John's, and Great Waters are nice extras, but this is the place to go.

Photo of
4.1/5  rDev -5.1%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5

Final stop of Minneapolis Beer Sprint (11:15pm)

After entering a very small door, which made me think of what the entry to a speakeasy must have looked like, I emerged into a large bar/restaurant area. High 20' plus ceilings. Seating for 80 or so surrounds a bar with spots for another 30. Lots of dark wood and exposed brick. Plenty of mirrors and windows open it up. Fair amount of beer paraphenalia. Overall, very cool. Unfortunately, not very cozy. Just doesn't have that "favorite bar" kind of feel to it for me. Outside patio area. Pool table in back, with a few more tables and a view of the tanks.

Quality was fine. I sample 4 of their beers and had no issues with any of them. Temperature and glassware were mostly appropriate, although stout was a bit cold.

Service was OK. Bartender was very busy, and seemed a little curt.

Selection was 11-12 draft options. I tried the Masala Mama regular and cask, the Hope & King, and the Hiliary's Step Pale Ale. All were very good.

Food was not required, but menu looked like typical pub fare for the most part.

Overall, beer is great and would certainly bring me back. Atmosphere and service left a little bit to be desired.

Photo of brdc
4/5  rDev -7.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4

This is a very nice, old looking pub with a long bar, mostly dark, old wood. I unfortunately did not have a lot of time inside, so I did not try food and tried only one beer, but I did like the place.
Service is nice and courteous, but we did not go into any kind of beer discussion to judge their knowledge, but the selection of their own brews covers most important categories.
On my way out I paid 8 dollars for a previously filled, refrigerated growler that although had very nice "contents", it did not hold long. After a glass on the first night, on the second night the beer was "gone" and I just flushed it.

Photo of aaronh
4/5  rDev -7.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4

Stopped in this oft referred to brew pub during a business trip. Atmosphere is great, with an old bar feel complete with oversized mirrors, old wood work and a tin ceiling on one side of the bar and a nice lounge -type area with a pool table and a couple of big screens on the other side of the building. Bartenders were friendly, the clientele seemed nice as well. A place like this would be detrimental to me wallet if I lived near it. It has a nice comfortable feel with a solid line-up of beers. In fact, for a brew-pub, this may be the best lineup I've had. I enjoyed every beer but one - even the "light" offering was nice. Worth the trip. Lives up to the hype, even if it looks rather unassuming from the outside.

Photo of LeonTrotsky
4.15/5  rDev -3.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I went to Town Hall for the first time yesterday after getting growlers filled at Surly, and before a stop at Northern Brewer and Blue Max, so it was part of a beer filled day. The best kind of day.

My wife and I were there for lunch. It was a nice atmosphere, decent food with GIANT portion sizes at a decent price, and decent service. Nothing outstanding in any category, but good nonetheless. But those things aren't really why we went there; it was the beer.

I, myself, have a weird lust for hops, hops and more hops, so I was anxious to try their Masala Mama, and it didn't disappoint. In fact, I declared it worth of the praise it gets, and left with a growler. My wife had the Bright Spot Ale, which she greatly enjoyed as well. We plan on returning every time I get a chance for their outstanding brews.

Photo of xymyl
3.73/5  rDev -13.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 2.5 | selection: 4.5

This is a very cool place, I was driving (and I hate driving) so it is a bit of a hassle to find any parking on the street or find a parking garage. Still, I would say it is well worth the hassle. The only reason I give service such a low rating is that everything there was too fast paced, the bartender is multitasking like I've never seen (several drinks at once while taking our order). The guy got everything right, but I wanted a glass of Scotch after my beer and it took a while to tame the human tornado enough to ask for it. In other words, he was clearly an awesome bartender, he was just treating too many others to his awsome bartending skills to strike me with the type of awe where I get a drink in my hand when I need it.

Had a shot of 25 year old Glenfarclas that really hit the spot and was only $10 or $11, well worth it. Just for the record, it's WOODY you can taste the splinters, that was just what I was hoping for this night.

The beers were innconsistent, something great followed by something quite bland and/or bloating. But if there is good beer in the mix it's alright with me, I ignored the bad and soldiered on. What else can I say, I'll try this place in the afternoon next time, perhaps that will solve my issues.

Photo of bigreduw64
4.2/5  rDev -2.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3

I visited Town Hall Brewery on a Sunday and there was a nice crowd in there. Sat at the bar with a few friends and we all decided that we had to try a little of everything. I had heard good things about the Masala Mama, so I ordered on off cask and a friend ordered one off draft, comparing the two I liked both, but cask was better. They also had a Coffee Stout on cask that was excellent, tasted like drinking a cup of coffee, not beer. The beer I was most impressed with though was the Hope and King, this was by far my favorite, I could easily see drinking this one all night long. As we were ordering and asking questions about the beer the staff was very knowledgable. When asked what a beer was like they not only described the flavor, but listed the ingredients in the beer from the types of malts and hops to any flavorings added. We ordered some appetizers at the bar, the Mashed Potato Pizza, Calamari and Jalapeno Pretzels. It was good bar food, but nothing too impressive. Overall I really enjoyed this place and will definitely go back when I get a chance. I will also reccommend it to anyone traveling to the area. The only disappointment was that they can't sell growlers on a Sunday.

Photo of kenito799
3.38/5  rDev -21.8%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3 | food: 3

Pretty standard pub-type decor, spacious and comfortable. Large bar and two dining areas, some spots with couches to lounge, a pool table. Very friendly staff.
Food is standard stick to your ribs American bar food. Good bruger, decent fries. Soggy, lousy fried calamari (two good dipping sauces though). "Mashed potato pizza" was a pita topped with mashed potatoes, bacon and cheese, sounds scary but I liked it.
A good place to enjoy their beer, as well as other beverages (hot spiced cider was offered when I was there in December).

Photo of hgrong
3.7/5  rDev -14.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 2 | selection: 4 | food: 3

I am going to start this by saying that the beer at Town Hall is unmatched in the Twin Cities.
Unfortunately the food and the service do not match up. I am in this place at least once a week and the servers, particularly the men, are rude and not overly knowledgeable about the beers. The service is just plain bad, everytime.
The french fries are some of the best in the cities, but the rest of the food is greasy pub food that doesn't stand out.
Now that I have gotten that off my chest I would like to reitterate that I am in this place at least once a week and the beer is fantastic. If you are looking for a place to have beer in the twin cities this is definately one of the top spots.

Photo of objectivemonkey
4.78/5  rDev +10.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

So, I don't know how many times I've been to Town Hall and somehow havne't written a review. So here we go.

Located in the midst of the Seven Corners of UofMN's west bank, Town Hall is most often a lively place, a cool and attractive pub, lots of wood with a sizable bar, separate dining in view of the brewing equipment, and even a set of sofas and big screen TV for viewing the big game, with a patio out front in the summer. Its a pretty nice place too, with good waitstaff, usually pretty knowledgable and won't leave beer glass dry. And with good specials and otherwise good pricing, it won't empty your wallet. Usually.

But enough of that, the beer!! Its why you go there. Theres Masala Mama, their top-ranked IPA, worth all the fame and praise heaped upon it. The oatmeal stout and scotch ale are also pretty tasty, but they churn out so many good seasonals and thats really the reason I go. This last time I tried the Heather Ale and Evolution, both each quite different and quite tasty.

The food isn't bad either, as every time I've eaten here its been good. This time it was the Jerk Chicken Caesar, which turned out to be quite tasty. All in all, I wish I were loaded so I could go out all the time and make this a regular visit.

Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery in Minneapolis, MN
96 out of 100 based on 278 ratings.