Visited with evanlarkin, Deyholla, jackl, Chris & Blake. Warehouse type production brewery with a smallish taproom up front. Nice space, friendly service. Beers were tasty. No flights, seems to be a pattern, not sure why. Staff handled the crowds well. Nice stop.
This is a large facility that was redone and had a lot of work put into it by a brewery looking to make a lot of beer. They’re only a year old but they’re brewing on a 30bbl system and canning. They took us on a tour of the place and showed us how they’ve more or less already filled out the building.
They were also very generous with the beer (probably too generous as I dont think I needed 3 10oz pours at the start of a long trip). I liked the pils the best but the pale ale was nice too. They had two casks of the pale ale each with a different dry hop added. Both interesting but the regular draft version was better in my opinion. I didnt care for the Mexican lager with honey.
Over all a cool place with a lot of history and run by nice people. I could see visiting regularly to see what’s new.
Shit, unintentional backlog. First stop of the evening, fairly busy, found a spot in the lot though. Warehouse/industrial space, production facility. Fair sized bar, lots of tables and a stage area. They were doing some raffle thing when I was there. NO flights :(. Food truck though. Half pours available. I tried a few things and found them fair in general.
Thursday night in August. We got there well before closing, but the food truck was already packing up :-(. Although as an out-of-towner, this seems like it’s way out-of-the-way, the beer is good, the feel of the space is awesome, and the beers we tried were all great. Definitely a place I’d go back to. (Brewery #647)
Third stop of the night for the brewery tasting room crawl I did with family on a Friday evening. Located at the end of a brick / cobblestone street, right by the railroad tracks. I really enjoyed the approach to this place, a steady stream of happy people heading to get a beer. The interior is a long bar up front, with tables and bar tables scattered throughout the smallish room. There was a shuffleboard table on the far wall, which I enjoyed. Selection is somewhat limited, though I really enjoy all of the Indeed beers, so I personally didn’t mind. Food truck was right off the outdoor patio. Service was really friendly and helpful, despite the crowds. Along with Dangerous Man, Indeed was the top spot of the night.
82 = ★★★½ (Solid place, near the top of the list for locals and visitors)
I only use the total score, not the component parts.
A short walk from the bus. Large warehouse style space but the tasting room is nicely appointed. Business went from 0-60 instantaneously, as I came in ahead of two large tours. Bartender was kinda offensive. While she was highly efficient, she was standoffish to customers and downright rude to co-workers. Excellent beer quality. Excellent happy hour prices, but prices are solid at all times.
Definitely a place worth seeking out. It’s located a bit out of the way in Northeast Minneapolis, but it’s close enough to some other breweries to make it part of a nice crawl. The tap room’s a standard affair with a food truck out front. There were only 7 beers available at the time of my visit. I tried a great black IPA and a decent rum barrel aged stout. Service was very friendly. Prices were great. Overall, one of my favorite stops during my tour of the city. Recommended.
BVery (697) Plymouth, Minnesota | August 17, 2012| Updated July 19, 2014
Awesome taproom! Easy to get to and park, great beers, and a great vibe in this old warehouse. 3 different beer sizes and prices, all very reasonable. Love it!
Indeed was my 5th stop in a 2 day 6 brewery craft beer tour of MSP a few weeks ago (after Surly, Steel Toe, Fulton, 612). I found the place very enjoyable, and the staff friendly enough. It was very inconvient that they didn’t have flights...so I ordered half pints of all their beers and left some unfinished. The bartender was nice enough to recognize my plight though and let me split 2 of the half pints over 4 styles to save some money and waste. Overall my favorites were the Let It Ride IPA and the special cask version of Burr Grinder "Amaretto" Coffee Ale. This is one of the nicer brewery tasting rooms...especially when one can avail themselves of the outdoor seating. Note that the pizza vendor stationed outside makes some very decent pizza...don’t know if they are regulars at Indeed or not...but a very nice compliment to their beers. Overall a worthwhile stop on my brewery tour.
A smallish tap room with a small patio out side with a cool overall vibe. Often a wait to get in on the weekends which is a bit of a downer. Nice re purposed wood throughout the place. Service is good considering the usual crowd. Always seems to be a cask on with a few rare taps which makes it well worth the visit. Food trucks are often there, but no kitchen in the place itself. Price are solid. One of the better breweries around town IMO.