We went and it no longer existed. They had shut down and now its a Bunny's Bar and Restaurant. We wasted the money.
The first time we tried to redeem the groupon, they turned us away because they closed the kitchen an hour early. The second time, we did get great service, but the food choices were sparse, the quality sub-par. Overall, not worth the money.
Very friendly and knowledgeable staff! Love the games and Nintendo. Could've used more menu options
Fun place for lunch and a couple beers or ciders. good food
The food was alright, but no where near an entree. Great selection of beer, but our visit was dampened by a very rude employee. I hope this gentleman was simply having an off day, but we felt so very unwelcome the entire time. Probably be won't be back.
Great selection of beers and hard ciders, tasty food, and a heart space make this pave a super choice.
Awesome place. Awesome beer. Awesome food.
Decent selection of beer but the food was less than mediocre. With many of the breweries within a few miles, you might as well just visit each one and eat at the food trucks.
Loved this place - staff was very friendly. Going back again - I have told so many people about it.
The beers they carry are typical of most bars in the area. Food was underwelming. Service was sub-par. There were 7 customers seated in the space upon entry. Staff was standing around even though there were glasses and plates to clear at tables. My partner's food came out over 10 minutes before mine. It took 33 minutes to get a BLT with no additional customers coming in after us. The BLT sat in the window while one staff member was talking on his phone. Will not be back - too many other places for good beer, better food and much better service.
From Our Editors
Grain Belt Brewing closed more than 40 years ago, yet the property still buzzes with activity. That's because the historic building where Grain Belt kept all its kegs has turned into a multipurpose industrial arts building. One of the businesses that calls this place home is Community Keg House, which keeps beer flowing just like Grain Belt did decades ago.
The exact amount of beer that flows, however, is up to you. Community Keg House invites guests to pour their own pints at four themed tap zones. These themes change monthly, and the beers at each station are rotated every other week, so there's always something different to try. The pub pairs its all-Minnesota beer and cider selection with a menu of inventive bar bites, including pulled pork sliders topped with housemade barbecue sauce and apple-jicama slaw.
Community Keg House