Visited here after a Twins game on the Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend 17. Place was packed after the game, but the barkeeps handled the crowd extremely well. Kind of a bricked interior, no frills, kind of rustic. Ended up out on the patio, nice space out there. Had many styles to choose from, the two had were pretty solid as was the Blonde Ale I had at the Twins game earlier. Great place to grab a beer before or after the game!
Decent sized tap room with plenty of seating available around the room but not too much seating directly at the bar. There is smallish patio out front with additional seating. It was not super busy when I arrived but was quite full within 30-40 minutes. Decent number of tap selections with some bottles also available. Bartender was very friendly and asked what styles of beer I liked and then provided a few samples. They do not offer flights though. Food trucks do seem to make regular stops here. I would probably go here again.
Atom (227) Minneapolis, Minnesota | March 11, 2017
Finally stopped by this last fall. I’d never been a huge fan of Fulton but they’ve really stepped up their game. I enjoyed the beers I had their and the taproom is nice albeit crazy busy. It’s a nice place but not I’d go back much with the crowd.
This is a place that has really grown on me since I have been visiting there. There beers are improving batch by batch and continue to grow and diversity their beers. Their taproom is always a lot of fun. They hold many events that they update on their social media and also have space available for private events. Food trucks are frequently there. Their location is excellent with it being so close Target Field and Target Center also. Great place with a growing variety of beers that are some of the upper tier in the Twin Cities.
Industrial warehouse vibe. Moderate number of tables, barrels, and community tables. Very extensive tap selection. Great patio. Insane location by Target Field. Beer quality is just not there. Not bad, but not worth seeking out.
Large warehouse style brewery. Open feel. Large patio too and a door they can open on nicer days. Large bar, no stools, but several tables around. Bartenders were very friendly, and they even comped me a beer on a future visit because I didn’t have time to finish a pint. Tons of beers on tap, I think I counted 18. A couple barrel aged bottle selections to go. The beers I tried were all drinkable, but its a little frustrating as they all needed to be dialed in a bit. It seems like they can be a great brewery with just a little more effort.
10/30/15 Re-rate: There are signs that the beer quality is starting to improve, despite the HefeWheaties road bump. Most noticeably different at the tap room, however, is the makeover they did recently, adding an attractive outdoor patio, and new restrooms. The patio has a view of Target Field, and helps put you in your happy place even if the beer doesn’t always. 8/7/12: Located a short walk from Target Field and the Target Field light rail train stop, this is a fine place to go for a beer before a Twins game. Food is generally available via food truck. Seating is very limited and the place has warehouse/garage feel to it. Selection is limited to 5-6 taps. I’d like to see the quality of Fulton’s beers improve before I endorse this as a must-stop beer destination.
Given its location close to Target Field, this place is very popular on game days. The space is pretty large and has an industrial vibe. The front patio is lovely when the weather is cooperating. There’s 8ish taps as well as a few bottle offerings. Fulton beers don’t really hit the mark for me, but the APA certainly isn’t offensive. Prices aren’t bad, and service has generally been good during my visits. Overall, I’d only recommend a visit if you’re on a deep dive of the scene or headed to a Twins game. Otherwise, there’s better places in the Twin Cities to drink.