Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery

Minneapolis Town Hall BreweryMinneapolis Town Hall Brewery

Type: Brewery, Bar, Eatery

1430 Washington Ave S
Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55454-1038
United States

(612) 339-8696 | map

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Photo of TastyTaste
5/5  rDev +17.4%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

Went there randomly on a friday night. Not very crowded, I am guessing because school was not in session. It's a nice place, lots of wood trim, and seperate smoking (the bar) and non-smoking (the restaurant) sections. We had a bigger group, and sat in the restaurant. Service was very fast and attentive, and made sure we knew what beers from the sampler we were trying. Food was great. I just had a burger, and it was excellent. The beer is top notch. Every beer had it's own strengths, but the Masala Mama was definitely the best. Start out with the sampler, but make sure to drink the IPA first, it'll sprain your taste buds... I didn't get to try the cask conditioned offerings, but that is a reason to come back. Definitely a destination.

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Photo of mkabull
4.95/5  rDev +16.2%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

This is the type of place that I like to go to . The atmosphere is excellent rustic wood floor , nice long wood bar , high tin ceilings , laid back seating in the back room and brew room veiwable through glass . The quality was great good bar food at decent prices but we are more concerned with the beer . They have a broad range of house beers ( dortmunder , IPA , Scotch Ale , and Stout ) , good seasonals ( when I went Pale Ale , Heffe , and Maibock ) and a nice selection of guest beers ( Rodenbach Grand Cru , Cider DuPont , Left Hand JuJu Ginger , and others) . They also had cask and nitro options . The service was awesome great freindly knowledgable bartenders ( mix of brewers , home brewers and beer lovers ) . If you are near Town Hall stop in it is worth it .

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Photo of feloniousmonk
4.9/5  rDev +15%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

There are some things in life I'll never be able to figure out...garden gnomes...techno music...Ben & J. Lo....why I put off visiting this fine brewpub for 5 years...
Now that I've seen the light, I check in here once or twice a week, and regular as clockwork when they have burger-&-a-pint (cask not included) for only $5. And what pints, too! Always 5 sturdy standbys, plus up to 3 seasonals and 2 on cask. I've rarely been disappointed by any of their beers, (just had a Black H20 Oatmeal Stout not 15 minutes ago...yum...), but must recommend the Masala Mama IPA highly for all hopheads. The Scotch and Golden Ale are also must-try's.
The food here is just good enough, and sometimes very excellent, but you're not coming for the food, are you?
Service, excellent, and quite knowledgeable on the beers. Plenty spacious, with a long bar, plenty of tables, ample room in the back, a pool table, plus patio seating in summer, with plenty to gaze at in this college neighborhood.
I would urge you to avoid the late nights if you have any aversion to smoke, cacophonous chatter, and the twittering and buzzing of barely-legal co-eds getting they drink on.
almost 2 years after my first beerfly, I concur with myself, only the beers are even better, with new, more creative brews coming out at a phenomenal pace. I've also become more impressed with the output of the kitchen, and with the top-notch service.
Also, thanks to the smoking ban in Hennepin County, you need not fear the interference of pipe/cigar/cigarette pollution in the enjoyment of your imbibement.

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Photo of spointon
4.9/5  rDev +15%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

I visited this place on 5/11/2009 while on a beer trip with fellow BA roadhouse.

This place was just a short drive from the highway and pretty easy to find. Parking sort of sucks unless you are willing to use a public garage (about $2.50) which we were and made things a lot easier.

The interior of this place is a throwback to the 1920's era...super high ceilings, lots of beautiful old woodwork, ornate bar, tall windows, etc. Everything was just a bit worn giving the place a wonderfully welcoming feel.

Service was prompt and friendly (we sat at the bar) and the bartender was not shy about pouring us samples as we pondered the beer menu.

There were about 10 house brewed beers on tap with a couple guest taps to boot. The Marsala Mama, Mango Mama, and Scottish Ale were stellar, as was the growler of Oatmeal Stout we took back to the hotel.

The food was good, solid pub grub. Prices for both beer and food were reasonable.

We had a fantastic experience visiting this place and I would give my left arm to have this brewpub near my home. Outstanding in all respects!!!

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Photo of Bighuge
4.9/5  rDev +15%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

The main reason I go here is for the beer.

They have five standard beers: Golden Ale, Scotch Ale, IPA, Oatmeal Stout and Bitter. 2 Cask choices (sometimes it is one of the standards.) And usually 2 or 3 seasonals.

I was here on April 6, 2002 and had 7 pints. Not a one of them was even average. This is how I'd rate the beers I had:
1. Imperial Stout- Exceptional (This was the beer that was aged in oak for the GABF and won the Gold Medal in Experimental Category.)
2. IPA - Exceptional
3. Potato Stout - Very Good
4. Oatmeal Stout - Very Good
5. Pub Ale (a cask bitter) - Good
6. Scotch Ale (cask) - Good
7. Red Ale - Good

This pub seems to change their cask options every week. They are pretty experimental in their brewing as well. Some of the other very good seasonal beers I've had in the past year include: Anniversary Ale, Big Black Belgian, Cabernat Stout, Coffee Stout, Smoked Porter and Vanilla Rose (around Valentine's day).

In my opinion, this is one of the three elite brewpubs in MN (along with Sherlocks Home in Minnetonka and Fitgers in Duluth).

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Photo of mynie
4.86/5  rDev +14.1%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5

My ladyfriend and I stopped by Town Hall three times during the course of a stumbling, drunken cyclone of a 36-hour visit to the Twin Cities. We were there at midnight on a Friday, nine PM on a Saturday, and then 11 AM on a Sunday. Normally the difference between literal night and day is for bars is... well, the difference between night and day. Amazingly, Town Hall kept up the same relaxed, chill vibe. Even when it was dark out and full of drunks, even it was the early morning, the year's first snowfall, and there was no NFL game being played anywhere in the Midwest so the locals had no reason to go out and drink so early.

Bartenders were friendly and fairly knowledgeable, even when they were busy. Of course, the early morning guy was more talkative, seeing as we were his only customers. The night crowds were very drunk but not rowdy at all. The music was pleasant and played at a decent volume. There were TVs, but not too many. It wasn't a sports bar, thank god, but if there was a game you just needed to watch then I suppose you would have been able to watch it.

The place feels genuine. That's probably because it is genuine, and if you need to know what "genuine" means so far as beer places are concerned you'll probably be happy supping at a Rock Bottom or Granite City and so there's no need for you to continue reading this review. Nothing in here was testmarketed. No interior designers were consulted when it came to equipping the back room with sofas. The bathrooms smelled a little bit, and there were places (nothing conspicuous, just _places_) where the paint was peeling a little bit. That's nice.

As for the beers... well come on look at those goddamn scores. Masala Mama is one of the ten best beers in the world. I'll agree that normally it's probably the best American IPA. But, brother, let me tell you, you ain't had a Masala Mama until you've had it on cask. You can't get that in a growler, sadly. You got to come here for it.

I didn't try the food, but everything was else with either perfect or damn near perfect. Believe the hype. This is an absolute must-visit.

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Photo of jjayjaye
4.83/5  rDev +13.4%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

This was the first place that I hit coming into town for Surly's Darkness Day '09. While waiting outside for the doors to open, I appreciate the expansive courtyard area with enormous wrought iron tables & chairs and a handful of gas heaters that must be a huge draw in better weather. Inside, the vibe is excellent, in my opinion. Tall cathedral ceilings lined with classic pressed metal tiles and large full length mirrors behind the bar add to the open feeling. A huge ornate dark wood bar and wall frames, distressed bricks walls, old school brewania and chandeliers adorn the the main room. Brewing hardware and an inviting lounge area in the rear. The bar is fully equipped with two sets of primary taps that give the staff a number of service options. There is also about six separate specialty taps and two cask engines. Unfortunately I missed the Mango Mama, but was able to enjoy the Barrel Aged Grand Cru and Cask Masala Mama, both which were AMAZING. The service was outstanding; the staff very knowledgeable and attentive. The food was delicious; I had to have the Walleye sub & salad...ummm! The place was all that I anticipated. Much more comfortable to me than Stub & Herbs (typical college bar). The only disappointment was that they DON'T VALIDATE PARKING (added $7 to the experience). HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT/ MUST DO for any visiting BA!!!

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Photo of Mistofminn
4.78/5  rDev +12.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Finally made it in to Town Hall. It's a shame really, for the last 3 years I've lived withing 2 miles of it and never went there. Well, for more of those 3 years I wasn't 21, but still.

Finally made it out a couple days ago, and finally got a chance to try the Masala Mama. Boy was I pleased I did.

Atmosphere was great. The weather was nice so we sat outside. There was a Twins game in a couple hours so it was pretty crowded. Everyone was happy and in good spirits, the customers and the servers. It was an overall happy place to be...I would soon find out why.

The service was great. Our server was very helpful and knowledgeable about the brews. He explained what all the brews were from the brewery, and the difference between the cask and tap Masala Mama. He was a great guy, and I tipped him well.

The selection isn't the largest you'll ever see, but it's hard to beat the quality. Town Hall's brews are top notch, world class brews. I don't care who you are or where you are from, you can appreciate these well crafted beers. I ordered a Masala Mama and that was it, but I will soon go back to try more.

The food was pretty good too. The portions on the other hand, were massive. We ordered an appetizer, big mistake. We ended up needing 3 boxes for 2 people. I could only finish half my burger and fries (Seven Corner Burger - recommended).

The price wasn't the cheapest, but it was reasonable.

I will most definitely be coming back. I love the atmosphere and so far so good on their beers. I will bring more friends next time.

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Photo of objectivemonkey
4.78/5  rDev +12.2%
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.

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Photo of mothman
4.78/5  rDev +12.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

First off, I would like to give a shout out to Jamie (sp?) our bartender who was great. Gave me free samples to try to make sure I liked the beer before I got a pour. Explained the differences of the Masala Mama IPA regular and cask versions to me. And he gave me a birthday beer which was very nice.

The place looks a little sketchy from the outside, but once you get inside it is amazing. Great atmosphere and just all around a fantastic looking place. I wanted to stay there all day.

The quality is amazing. The beers they had were just great. All 3 beers that I tried, I really enjoyed.

Service was great (please see above).

Selection was awesome as well. They had so many different styles of beer to try, that I wanted to have all of them. I will be going back to try more.

Food was "off the hook." I had a spicy chicken sandwich and it was so great. Huge portion and comes with great french fries.

This place is a must visit. The beer is great, as well as the food, the employees are friendly and knowledgeable, and you just won't want to leave!

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Photo of pat61
4.75/5  rDev +11.5%

They make their own beer and it is usually quite good. They also have several guest taps and have a selection of up to 10 ciders on tap that usually include a few that you can not find anywhere else in the area. The food is good.

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Photo of will4240
4.75/5  rDev +11.5%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4 | food: 5

Wow! Any beer geek who is within 100 miles of Minneapolis at any given time simply must take time to visit the Town Hall! First off, the Masala Mama IS the best American Styled IPA in the world. Period. The trip is worth it for that reason alone. Come visit the Mama. Secondly, the Town Hall's other main offerings- black water oatmeal stout, hope and king scotch ale, ect- are also quite impressive as well. Third, at any given time they have amazing and unique seasonals as well. Last time I went I had a smoked porter that was FANTASTIC. Fourth and finally the food is to die for, and well priced as well! There is nothing like going down to the Town Hall, having three, sometimes four, world class beers and a pan fried walleye sandwhich...

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Photo of HopDerek
4.75/5  rDev +11.5%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

Stopped in on a Saturday afternoon on a recent trip to Minneapolis. The place sits on a corner near a whole bunch of other bars, with metered street parking or a parking garage nearby. Very inconspicuous from the outside, just a few awnings and a giant mural painted on the front. Tables located outside seemed to be where everyone was at with the nice weather, but the inside is where I like to be, and this place was beautiful. A nice long bar with lots of tables near the windows, all done in beautiful old woodwork, and an amazing ceiling. Another room hosts a lounge, additional seating that was closed off, and the brewing equipment behind that in a glass case.

Being one of only like 5 people inside at the time, we were greeted promptly and immediately checked the tap list, nicely displayed behind the bar. 5 staple beers, 2 current seasonals, and 2 casks...one of them being Masala Mama, and a few guest beers and ciders. The beers come in 3 sizes, sample, 10oz, or pint, and are of a good variety, from Dortmunder to IPA to Stout, so there's definitely something everyone should like. Only sad thing is that the seasonals apparently don't usually last longer than 1 week, but at least they keep brewing other things to take its place.

The food selection is also varied and amazing. I couldn't decide between the mango shreaded chicken and the gyro, so we went back on Sunday to get the other. Besides burgers, they've got plenty of appetizers, soups and salads, and more entree type food, all at very reasonable prices.

The service was wonderful and the employees were very friendly, even remembering us the next day. Very helpful and even went into the basement to look for some merchandise in our sizes that they didn't carry upstairs.

Usually I find places that I'd return to when I'm back in that area for business or something else, but Town Hall is one of the few places that I'd actually plan a return trip around.

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Photo of DoctorRock
4.72/5  rDev +10.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

I love having town hall brewery in my backyard. Everyday taps they have are really really good. The seasonal taps they have are phenomenal and change weekly you have to make sure you check beforehand to see what they have. They are also really good about updating their facebook page when new tap does become available.

As far as growler fills go they usually have 2 to 4 of their everyday beers and a couple seasonal beers available for growler purchase.

I would consider their food to be average to good but considering most people go for their beer I think their food is above average compared to other bar food.

Honestly if you are in minneapolis and you enjoy beer you have to stop at town hall brewery because it's the only place you can get their beer and it's worth the trip.

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Photo of joshuaseresse
4.7/5  rDev +10.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

I've been to the Minneapolis Town Hall many time, and every time I make a trip to the cities I make it a point to stop there for at least one pint.

As many people have stated, it looks kind of run down from the outside, and appears to be attached to the Holiday Inn. There is a nice patio area outside with plenty of shade for those hot days. Once you get inside its a different story: nice seating area with a decently large bar. The ceiling is really cool and the paintings/wall hangings are really impressive. There is a additional dinning room with the brewery showing through glass windows.

The people there are very nice and helpful, often answering questions whenever they have the chance. They give out small samples if you ask. The beer is the best part, with the food coming in at a close second. Their beer is world class and the main offerings (Masala Mama in particular) is fantastic. But their special/seasonals are outstanding. Offering a wide variety during the year, with barrel aged brews and beers that reflect the season, you can't go wrong with the town hall. Unique brews can be found there as well, often their regular offerings infused with some sort of fruit (they seem to be using a lot of cherries lately...) They also offer guest beers, but I usually just stick to the brews they make (why go there to get someone elses beer?) Their food is fantastic for a brewpub and for a restaurant in general! I usually go with the Town Hall burger, but my girlfriend and I have been obsessed with their goat cheese nachos lately :)

Overall, this is my favorite brewery in the world (seriously.) They always amaze me with different things that I've never had every time I show up. Keep up the good work, Town Hall and I'll probably see you sooner than later :)

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Photo of DCon
4.7/5  rDev +10.3%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

Came here on the way home from St. Paul, MN and stayed and visited the BrewPub since the owners were enjoyed the Vikings game as I reviewed some of my beer. Being in the 7 Corners (West Bank) area, this place had a cool painting of their bar from the outside. Here goes my review...

Awesome Boston style in the inside and homely. When you walk in, the bar is on your right with tables and viewing of Cedar Ave and then you can go into a back room where there are dart boards, a pool table, and then a display of their micro-brewery. One thing I noticed from being in here, everything was awesome but the restrooms needed work BIG TIME! Weird too... Thought that the place was very vintage but they need to invest in re-modeling and cleaning these up...

Service was fantastic! Help from both the owners and staff the entire day! Everyone on staff really made me feel like a part of the place and made it a comfortable time.

Selection was without a doubt, one of the top I've seen from a BrewPub! 10 of theirs was available plus two cask offerings. They also had an impressive Guest Tap lists for both beer and ciders.

Enjoyed 7 of their brews and then had their Bleu Burger w/ Bacon & Sweet Potato Fries on the side. This place should enter this into a Burger Contest! That good.

I came here specifically to enjoy the Mango Mama but they just got rid of it on Thursday... Their selection still kept me around and I'm glad I did. Come check this place out! One of my top 10 places now because of the environment, selection, and awesome service!

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Photo of roadhouse
4.7/5  rDev +10.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

I visited Town Hall on 5/11 on a trip with spointon. The place itself was really nice looking, very old school look with lots of wooden fixtures and high ceilings. The service was excellent as well and they let us try samples of everything before ordering, also the food was brought out really quickly. It was outstanding too. We ordered Buffalo wings and Stuffed Pretzels and both of them were great, the pretzels especially blew my mind. They don't have a gigantic draft selection like Three Floyds, I think there were about 9 of their beers on draft with 3 or 4 guest taps. Every beer I tried was top quality though and I really wish we could have gone back a second time. If I am in the area again, this is the number one destination on my list. A must check out place in my mind.

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Photo of SteveGathje
4.7/5  rDev +10.3%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

My wife and I are Town Hall regulars. We love the service (but I admit, we know all of the servers and bartenders because we are there so often).

Food is very good bar food and reasonable prices.

Beer is ranges from very good to fantastic. Always something new and interesting plus their regular beers are very good.

If you sit at the bar you can nearly always strike up a conversation and meet some very interesting people.

Finally, in the summer a great patio is the perfect place to enjoy a wonderful fruit infusion beer (one of their specialities!)

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Photo of WeisGuy
4.7/5  rDev +10.3%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

For me, there are few places on this Earth that beat Town Hall. Last night I spent 5-6pm drinking $1 pints of some of the best beer on earth. My buddies and I ate some excellent bar food (the buffalo chicken sandwich with roasted red peppers is messy but great). After the new release special ended, we kept on drinking excellent brews and watched the Twins win a great game over Detroit. Great night all around. The highlight of the night (other than Morneau's go-ahead homer in the 8th) was the two cask brews, the Merlot Stout and, of course, the Masala Mama. Both cask brews were some of the best beer I have ever tasted. The Tripel Vision was great as well. I am really going to miss Town Hall when I leave the the Twin Cities tomorrow, but it will definitely be at the top of my places to go whenever I get back here. A must visit for any true beer lover!

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Photo of Greggy
4.7/5  rDev +10.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

On our last stop of the evening, we walked into the TownHall Brewery/Pub. We decided to take the back room rather than the bar. The back room, as well as the whole place, has some serious vibe, and is extremely cozy. I believe they had a fireplace going and it was pleasantly warm. Our waiter hit us up as soon as we took our seats and we all ordered our beers. After a quick amount of time we ordered our food. Shortly thereafter, our food arrived, piping hot and super fresh. We were quite impressed by just how off the grill the food was. I grabbed an avocado-turkey wrap with fries and it was exceptional. We grabbed one more beer for the evening and took off. The whole bill for 3 people and a couple beers a piece came to something like 50 bucks which was pretty easy. I will definitely be back again!

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Photo of KarlHungus
4.7/5  rDev +10.3%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

What can I say about Minneapolis Town Hall that hasn't already been said? I have been there a couple times now and plan on stopping in whenever I find myself in the Twin Cities. The atmosphere is up my alley; an old building with a high ceiling and a lot of wood around. The crowd is a nice mix and young college students and aging hippies. The service has ranged from good to exceptional on my visits. Service was prompt and friendly, and the servers all seem to know how to explain there beers well. The selection is really good with five regular beers, three seasons, and two beers on cask. Quality has always been top notch. The food is really good, but a bit pricey.

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Photo of trevorwideman
4.68/5  rDev +9.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

I've only been here once, which is an unfortunate thing, but that one time makes me wish I could go to the Twin Cities more often. The quality of the beers is exceptional, and the seasonals surpass all expectation. I've read reviews of bad service, but I had no trouble there at all. Knowledgeable staff, and my food (which was quite good) took less than 10 mins. Great tap selection of all different styles. These guys know what they're doing, that's why their brews win awards. Take home a growler if you can! Good value for such exceptional beers. Highly Recommended!

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Photo of mtullius
4.68/5  rDev +9.9%
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!

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Photo of BrandyHyatt
4.66/5  rDev +9.4%
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.75 | selection: 5 | food: 4

A few years ago I took a brewing course. We had to do a project on a beer topic of our choice. I opted to do a short film and picked a brewery near by school - Town Hall. The staff was so nice and friendly. The beer is made in a pristine location, that stays immaculately clean surprisingly.

I went the following week for dinner and their wait staff is lovely, friendly, personable, and knowledgable. If you have a question about food or a drink they are more than welcome to tell you what would suit your palette. And the food and beer are amazing. I am a huge fan of their house pretzels and the Maslala Mama. Overall my experience at Town Hall Brewery is always a good one.

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Photo of pmccallum86
4.65/5  rDev +9.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Great place, best brewpub I have ever been to. Needless to say the Masala Mama is phenomenal. Actually all of their beers are phenomenal. The food is good too, great bar food. My favorite is the mango salsa chicken sandwich, way to good. During busier times it can become a bit noisy, but this is to be expected of a bar during happy hour. The service is good, not great but close. They seem to be understaffed at times. However whenever one visits MPLS, one would be wise to visit this drinking establishment.

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Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery in Minneapolis, MN
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