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.
JK (420) St. Louis Park, Minnesota | August 10, 2012| Updated March 17, 2013
This is the nicest tap room I have ever been to, with the old warehouse setting and wood beams and large bar. staff was ver friendly even on their very busy first day. Beer is reasonably priced. i like the large patio & shuffleboard. beer for sale in 750s, cheap, but no sign of growlers. A good place.
This place doesn’t look like much from the outside (basically a warehouse), but very spacious inside with a long bar. There is an outdoor patio as well. They had 4 beers on tap when I was there, not sure if this was just a less productive time for them. We tried all of them - APA, black IPA, oktoberfest, and sweet potato ale - all very good. There is no food per se, but there is a food truck. The particular one there when I visited was somewhat expensive ($8 for 2 small tacos)...nonetheless, very tasty! The beer is very good, definitely worth a stop, although the selection is limited.
jcnielsen (321) Charlotte, North Carolina | June 17, 2013| Updated March 18, 2014
Really nice little taproom near the railroad tracks with food truck outside. They had 2 regular beer offerings, 1 seasonal beer, and 2 cask offerings (which were their regular beers with dry-hopped additions). Seems like a fun place to come and hang out and drink for a few hours. It would be cool if they had a few more regular beers.
Decent sized place with a good sized bar. Nice, wood interior on which they clearly spent some money. The tables are refurbished and have some history that you can read about in their menu. Beer prices are very good. 16 oz for $4.50 and 20 oz for $5.00, for most of their beers. If you don’t have a seat at the bar, you need to stand in line at center of the bar to get beer as there’s no table service. This is actually a pretty good system as they have 2-3 bartenders servicing the line so it goes quickly. Not tons of seating, so you may be standing. Appears to be a small outside seating area. Parking is somewhat limited. A nice place to have some good Indeed brews, and it will only get better as the range of their offerings expands.
The amount of time and money that were invested in this project was staggeringly apparent when the taproom opened; it was also probably an indication of how much presumed money there was to be made in the still young Minneapolis craft beer market. Nearly three years later, the indeed taproom has become one of the premier beer destinations, taproom or otherwise, that the city has to offer. Seasonal tend to rotate frequently, and there are usually several cask, nitro, or house infusions available. No food served by the establishment; instead, local food trucks are always outside. Be aware that it can feel understaffed, and that bar etiquette on the customer side of the counter can get pretty dicey when the place gets truly mobbed, and that this is not uncommon.
First stop of the grand tour today and it was pretty cool. Not a ton of beers available, just Indeed options. 10 ounce pours for $3.50 wasn’t bad, but having flights would be better. Nice outdoor area, but middle of December in Minnesota does not lend itself to taking advantage of that now.
Atom (227) Minneapolis, Minnesota | September 2, 2012| Updated February 17, 2013
I’m at Indeed a lot. I wish they were open later. Nice tap room very welcoming. Staff is very friendly. They don’t serve food but always have food trucks so there is a nice variety each visit. Beers are great, usually some kind of infusion beer, different hop variety, cask, or nitro choices with their standard beers. My favorite of the newer breweries opening.
Very pleasant taproom in an old renovated brick building. Crowded on a Saturday afternoon. Lines outside waiting to get in and lines at the bar. Crowd seemed quite mixed in age and appearance. Indeed brewing artwork on the wall. No TVs (thank you)! Fairly loud but tolerable compared to many beer places. Service was a bit slow and unsmiling, with only two people working the bar and lots of people buying growlers. Beer is good to very good. Nine taps, including two cask. No sampler flights available. 10oz. for $3.75; 16oz for $5; and 20oz for $5.50. I liked this place (it seems to have a real identity) and the beers. I would definitely come back.