Inspired by the values of early America, Founding Fathers Brewing Co. was created to offer a premium domestic beer to compete with the products of foreign-owned breweries, all while giving something back to military families. According to the Greenville Journal, founder, president, and CEO Phil Knutsen's father, father-in-law, son, and college roommate all served in the armed forces, inspiring him to get involved. His company is also guided by the knowledge and experience of a military advisory board, and half of Founding Fathers’ profits go to nonprofit organizations supporting families of U.S. Military personnel.
Brewers craft the company’s homegrown beers in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, including a full-bodied lager and a golden, light version for sippers watching their waistlines or saving their calories for a whole apple pie. Customers can now find the bottles and cans in a growing number of locations across the country.
In addition to an enormous inventory of beer, wine, and spirits, MGM Wine and Spirits' knowledgable staff can help shed light on not just where things are stashed?but how they taste, what they can be used for, and what will pair well with your dinner. On the website, browse recipes that incorporate booze?and not just in the usual ways. Use bottles of beer to flavor stews and chocolate cake, or learn to make cocktails at home instead of the standard midday office martini under your desk.
Since purchasing a used limo in 1993, Leland ?Lee? Casto has had the same job: transporting clientele on trips and tours throughout the Twin Cities. His fleet, however, is now significantly larger, with numerous vehicles including stretch limos that fit 6?22 passengers. Guests can sip refreshments from tumblers and champagne flutes as Lee whisks them off on all types of journeys, from bar-hopping excursions to airport-bound jaunts. He also accommodates patrons on several tours, which include winery visits, two gangster-themed expeditions, and guided treks past ghost-filled mansions and twinkling holiday lights.
Craving a burger and fries? Swing in Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery and enjoy a tasty meal in a casual setting. No need to miss out on Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery just because you are avoiding fat or gluten. The restaurant has tons of options that can accommodate your dietary needs. Order a bottle for the table if you like — Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery has a full bar stocked with the best wine, beer, and more. Youngsters are more than welcome to join mom and dad at Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery. Perfect for after-work outings, Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery's happy hour is hard to beat. With its spacious interior, Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery is a great choice for big groups and celebrations. During the summer months, don't miss out on Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery's outdoor patio seating. Get online gratis thanks to Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery's complimentary wifi.
Be sure to call for a reservation if the restaurant is part of your weekend plans — it can get crowded on Fridays and Saturdays. For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your meal or snack to go. You can also have Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery cater your next event.
Drivers can leave their vehicles in the many street-side spaces. Or, for busier nights, garage parking is also nearby.
Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery's mid-priced fare will typically cost you about $30 per person or less. Stop by for breakfast, lunch, or dinner — Minneapolis Town Hall Brewery serves up all three meals.
Inside its rustic Uptown dining room, Spill the Wine invites diners to pair local wines with tapas-style servings of new American cuisine. The menus?which readily accommodate vegan and gluten-free diets?rotate seasonally as the chefs scour local, sustainable farms for new ingredients. Shareable plates of wild-caught salmon with elote salad or house-made spaghetti with quinoa meatballs reflect the chefs' eclectic influences.
With more than 100 wines?including more than 30 by the glass?Spill the Wine provides plenty opportunities for pairing food and drink. The selection of Old and New World bottles is designed to complement the current menus, with everything from crisp French sauvignon blancs to bold Columbia Valley syrahs occupying the extensive list.
A Glance Inside
Edison bulbs, walls with patchy brickwork and mismatched wooden slats, and a bar supported by empty wine barrels provide a rustic ambiance. At the same time, the dining area features some elements that lend a modern, industrial vibe, such as the exposed ductwork, concrete floors, and the furnace where the staff smelts every piece of used silverware after service.