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Dangerous Man Brewing
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Active Beers: 8
Beer Ratings: 55
Beer Avg: 3.85
Taps: 6 / Bottles: -
Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: Y
$ - inexpensive
[ Brewery, Bar ]
1300 2nd St NE
phone: (612) 209-2626
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 3 | service: 4.75 | selection: 4 | $
The atmosphere was great, the beers were cheap, you can get a 10 oz Tulip glass for $3 or a 20 oz glass or $5, compare that to a regular bar where bud lights are $5 and this is a no brainer, great place to come and have some beers with your mates or bring a date. It fills up quickly so it can be hard to find a spot, and there is no food menu, but you can bring your own.
Quality- The beer we tried was not that great. They were all okay, but each had a little something wrong with them, off the several beers we tried there wasnt one that I had that I would have wanted to order again. My friend even said that one of the beers, the Session IPA, tasted like BO. The up side is that they always have new beers, so there will always be something new to try. They are a relatively new place and I'm sure they are getting the kinks out, I saw potential in the beer offerings, I just wish they would tone down the beers and offer a more classics. For example, I dont want a "Toasted Hemp Brown Ale", I just want a good old Brown Ale.
The mediocracy of the beer is all relative though, because it is cheap, which is always good. I dont want to leave an doubts, in terms of quality of beer to price this place deserves an A.
05-03-2013 02:18:36 |
More by TWHartman
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 1 | selection: 3 | $
Great beer, horrible service. It was my third time here and decided to go on my birthday and pretty much was ignored as i tried to order a beer. I stormed out after 15 minutes waiting and watching people get served that arrived at the bar well after i approached it. Truly sad because there beer is good. I went to 612 Brew and it was equally packed if not more and was served promptly and the beer was great.
Other notes. Previously I had tried the extra dangerous bitter which was wonderful and also tried their IPA which was a bit grassy flavored but also better than your average IPA. On the night I last went there beer selection had fallen from 6 taps that they usually fill to 3. Six beers for such a small brew pub might be stretching it for a consistent variety.
03-10-2013 23:06:59 |
More by showsomelove
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 4.75 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3 | $
Lots to love and hate about this place, and the stuff to hate all falls under 'No-Brainer'. Yes, it's foggy with hipsters, standing-room only as hipsters wave their hipster buddies to their tables and never leave, but it's in a hipster neighborhood and it integrated big hipster beards in its marketing. Thus, you wade shoulder-to-shoulder into a morass of retro spectacle frames, big bushy beards, and pale blue, luminous faces staring into mobile devices as though their lives depended on it.
On the other hand, it's a beautifully refurbished facility and, if there were a night not desperately crammed with hipsters, it would really be a special place to hang out. I love the long dinner table down the center, and nearly every seating area is within eyesight of the huge brewing tanks. Very spacious, very high ceilings, lots of clean surfaces and right angles in blonde wood.
The night I went, they were offering five varieties of beer brewed on the premises. Maybe offering five is their thing. Unfortunately, the one I wanted was gone, and that's bound to happen, I guess, if one beer is too delicious and people find out about it. I thought it was novel that the beers came in three sizes: small, large, and growler, and even a small beer is not terribly small. Smalls and larges were generally $3 and $5, which to me is a more than reasonable price for brewpub beer.
I would love to find out what night is their slowest night and make that my regular night.
02-19-2013 04:48:03 |
More by sxoidmal
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4.25 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | $$
Tucked away in a NE Minneapolis neighborhood, Dangerous Man is my kind of place. Actually a pretty decent sized bar and seating area. Wood, concrete and metal adorn the atmosphere. It's a laid back feel, but very clean as well. You can sneak a peak of the brewing equipment beyond the bar.
This was only their second weekend so service was a bit slow. Found ourselves waiting in line at the bar or waiting at our table for the server to come and take our order. They could have used another server or two, but I'm sure they will work out the kinks in due time.
They had six different beers on tap. Cream ale, Belgian Golden, Coffee Porter, Chocolate Milk Stout, IPA, Rye Pale Ale. Had four of them and though they were all very good and well done, but with some originality also. They have said that the beer list will be ever changing, which is awesome. Should always be something new on tap to try. Would definitely come back just for the product itself.
They do not serve food here, but you can grab some food from neighboring joints. They even have several menus at the tables so that you can call and order food. Prices for beers were $3 for 10 oz. or $5 for 16 oz. Very reasonably priced for the product being served.
I absolutely love their logo too. One of the coolest names and logos for a brewery for sure. We will be back again for sure.
01-21-2013 15:48:08 |
More by jera1350
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | $$
This tap room is in a great old building in a Northeast Minneapolis neighborhood. The friendly "local" vibe is apparent. This is a very cool and relaxing place to enjoy a beer and good conversation.
All of the beers that I tried were quite enjoyable. Although some were not quite true to style, all of the beers were very clean and refreshing. I particularly enjoyed the Chocolate Milk Stout and the Belgian Strong Pale Ale.
There is no food served in the tap room, it is bring your own. I hope they bring in some local musicians as this would be a great venue to enjoy some live acoustic along with a local fresh brew.
01-15-2013 15:56:15 |
More by Mashbasher
Dangerous Man Brewing in Minneapolis, MN