No matter if you’ll be watching the Patriots take on the Eagles from Boston, Philadelphia, or Minneapolis this Super Bowl Sunday, you’ll have access to plenty of delicious beers during the game. We spoke with experts from...
...Surdyk said that Lonely Blonde is also among her store’s top 10-selling beers. According to Fulton, the American Blonde Ale has a “smooth, sensuous body, fair complexion, and a pleasantly lacy white head.”
A lot of home-brewers toil away in their garages dreaming of something bigger. These guys made it a reality. With a taste for the kind of approachable craft brews Minnesotans want, Fulton started...
Fulton's Taste of the North: 5 p.m. Join chefs Erik Sather (Lowry Hill Meats), JD Fratzke (Bar Brigade), and Fulton's Executive Chef Scott Pampuch for a night of MN-inspired bites and beers. All three chefs will be carefully crafting food built around flavors of the North while pairing with Fulton beers. $45
Situated in Minneapolis’ booming North Loop neighborhood, Fulton Brewing is going all out for Super Bowl week – extending their list of events from seven to 10 days. Along with extended hours and a bevy of delicious food trucks, Fulton also partnered with Cenex to create the Fulton Warming House, which is a pop-up beer garden that will feature live entertainment, door prizes, a bevy of Fulton brews, and great food, just blocks from the stadium.
Fulton: Lonely Blonde
Available on tap in just about every restaurant and bar in the Twin Cities, Fulton’s blonde ale simply doesn’t contain a flavor to dislike. It’s a popular choice when you don’t really know what you want – a real go-to. Light enough to not be too much of a commitment, flavorful enough to enjoy until the last sip.
All. Week. Long.
Fulton Warming House / Those brewery kids in North Loop have converted their taproom patio into a warming house of sorts. Starting Friday, Jan. 26–Sunday, Feb. 4, there will be a heated pop-up beer garden featuring live happy hour specials, live music, and door prizes all week!
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 31
Fulton’s Taste of the North / It’s a cheffy collaboration dinner of Minnesota proportions. Erik Sather of Lowry Hill Meats, JD Fratzke of Bar Brigade, and Scott Pampuch of Fulton will put together an embarrassment of Minnesota food riches at this limited seated dinner for $45. Beer pairings included, you betcha.
Colle McVoy also will have a Cenex-sponsored “warming house” at Fulton Brewery in Minneapolis. Customers can win prizes, including Super Bowl tickets. They also...
Wednesday, January 31
Fulton’s Taste of the North: 5 p.m. Join chefs Erik Sather (Lowry Hill Meats), JD Fratzke (Bar Brigade), and Fulton’s Executive Chef Scott Pampuch for a night of MN-inspired bites and beers. All three chefs will be carefully crafting food built around flavors of the North while pairing with Fulton beers. $45
One of Minneapolis' hottest dining and drinking destinations right now, the North Loop, is home to a handful of quality craft breweries and a bevy of fine dining and drinking establishments. Our first featured stop of the day is Fulton Brewing Company's downtown taproom. In the shadow of Target Field––and just a couple blocks off the skyway––Fulton was the first taproom opened in downtown Minneapolis after the Surly Bill, which allowed Minnesota breweries to sell their pints on premises. With a wide variety of quality craft beer, Fulton is sure to be a crowd pleaser with your Super Bowl squad.
An OG among the garage taproom lot, Fulton might be one of Minnesota’s best-kept secrets. Its Sweet Child of Vine is a hoppy-sweet staple, and the Lonely Blonde is a reliable lunch-pail kind of brew. Doing simple things exceptionally well has been Fulton's calling card, but there’s plenty of creativity to be found as well...