Fulton was the first brewery to find their home in the Northloop neighborhood founded in 2009. Started homebrewing out of a South Minneapolis garage and contract brewing at a small Wisconsin brewery. Their dream was to build a real Minneapolis brewery of their own in the next 5-10 years, and quit their day jobs along the way. They ended up building 2 breweries within 3 years. Some of their popular brews include Sweet Child of Vine and Lonely Blonde.
Indeed Brewing started in 2012 and located in the heart of the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District and features 2 lively taprooms. They have an artfully eclectic line-up of distinctive flagship beers, well-loved seasonal releases, and adventurous specialty brews. Its diverse offerings are anchored by its flagship Day Tripper Pale Ale, and rounded out by the “brewer’s choice” Derailed Series of experimental brews, and the Wooden Soul series of wild, sour, and barrel-aged beer.
Boom Island has been brewing unique, Belgian-inspired craft beers in Minneapolis since 2001. The founders were professional French horn players who left the orchestra world to channel all their creativity into brewing. Kevin, one of the owners, traveled to 13 breweries across Belgium to brew side-by-side with the leading innovators in Belgian brewing. He also brought home the ultimate souvenir: nine strains of yeast from their source breweries. Today, Kevin uses several of those strains to produce the elusive qualities only found in beer from the breweries of their origin.
Food trucks can usually be found at Fulton and Indeed.
Ending location will be the same as the starting location at Rock Bottom Brewery - the first Brewpub in Minneapolis! After the tour, stop in - we'll give you a "buy one pint, get one free pint". A full drink and food menu is available in the bar or restaurant.