Fulton in the News

December 8, 2017

The burger: This sort-of burger places a Hall of Fame-level Minneapolis dish at its center: the meatloaf from the late and highly lamented Modern Cafe. Chef Scott Pampuch enriches the beef (big surprise, it’s from Peterson) with the menu’s excellent porchetta, which is ground and blended into the ground beef in a 1-to-4 ratio. Pampuch treats the notably rich beef-pork mix like any burger, portioning it into hefty 6-ounce balls and carefully formed into a patty (one that’s big enough to stretch to the bread’s edges, a key trait) just before it hits the charbroiler. Shout-outs to the brewery abound...

December 4, 2017

Fulton is one of many businesses expecting a boom in the North Loop. With the help of Cenex their patio will be transformed into a warming house with bonfires and blankets.

And, the brand will be behind a giant ice bar that will go up mid-December at Bloomington’s South Loop space...

November 30, 2017

Raise your glass

Fulton Brewing is back for its third year in Loring Park, with both an outdoor, cans-only booth and a handy, let’s-warm-up heated tent, with taps, plenty of seats and a pile of games...

November 15, 2017

We’ve been hearing nothing but superlatives for the new Fulton Beer-plus-Jameson Whiskey barrel collab Whiskey, War & Peace—people in the know have said things like “best beer of the year so far”—and we can’t wait to try out the Imperial Coffee Stout at the barrel tapping tonight at the Fulton tap room...

November 13, 2017

Honestly, I haven’t thought about Minnesota all that often in my life.

Now, I can add Fulton Brewing Co. to that list of reasons to head to Minnesota someday soonish, because what they’re putting into cans is enticing enough to make me want to go right to the source.

November 13, 2017

The burger: Fulton Brewing, home of one of the city’s first taprooms, has recently added a kitchen. A somewhat unconventional one, as it’s housed in a retrofitted 1968 Airstream trailer that pretty much defines “cool.” It’s parked outside the North Loop brewery, and it's under the direction of Executive Chef Scott Pampuch, the local foods poobah and force behind the original incarnation of Corner Table.

November 1, 2017

Fulton Brewing Co. Specter – Joseph Alton, Editor-in-Chief

Love them or hate them, hazy IPAs are having quite the heyday. Characterized by its opaque appearance and softer mouthfeel, the style was popularized by breweries in the Northeast part of the country but has started to gain traction locally. Though initially reluctant to embrace the trend, Fulton’s head brewer Mikey Salo has produced an archetypal example of NEIPA. Specter is brewed with two-row barley, oats, and wheat, and is thrice dry-hopped with Citra, Mosaic, Amarillo, and Nelson Sauvin hops. This deliciously flawed beer presents aromas of citrus and grapefruit, a creamy mouthfeel, slight hop bitterness, and a robust, juicy tropical finish.

October 23, 2017

Fulton 300

Drinking more like a pilsner than an IPA, this is a fruity, Mosaic-hop bomb (74 IBU!) with a shocking orange-and-stone-fruit flavor. Originally brewed to celebrate Fulton’s 300th batch of beer, it’s the brewery’s best.

October 17, 2017

It’s a bit of a bittersweet celebration tonight at Fulton‘s tap room as the brewery releases their new NE IPA, Specter, a beer styled and named for Greg Sincheff, one of the brewery’s team members who lost his battle with depression. Previously known by Sincheff’s nickname “Grog”, Specter is now re-released as a tribute to Sincheff with...

October 16, 2017

On November 1st, 2016, Fulton lost one of our family members, Greg Sincheff, to depression. Greg’s loss was felt by everyone in our company, from those who had just met him to friends he worked alongside and had known for half of his life. To honor Greg’s memory, we released a Northeast-style IPA titled “Grog”, which was his nickname. $1 from each pint of Grog sold at the taproom was donated to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.