The Twin Cities has seen a number of microbreweries spring up in recent years, but this one is in the renovated 1914 Hamm Building, the original ... More
Great Waters Brewing Company
The Twin Cities has seen a number of microbreweries spring up in recent years, but this one is in the renovated 1914 Hamm Building, the original office building for the Hamm's Brewing Company of years past. It is the perfect spot for an informal business lunch or casual dinner. While sipping English ale try a plate of spicy chicken wings or ale-steamed mussels. The grilled flank steak, succulent breast of chicken with mushroom cream sauce or rainbow trout stuffed with crab and scallops beg for the colder, carbonated American-style ales. If you have a difficult time deciding which brew to order, ask for the sampler tray.
I had the Walleye sandwich. The bread was stale, the lettuce was slimy black around the edges, one lousy limp tomato, and a small overly-breaded, dry tasteless piece of walleye. Also, the cole slaw was utterly bland. The only thing remotely positive were the passable onion rings.
I should have sent it back, but didn't have time to wait for something else, so I just ate the onion rings and picked the flesh out of the walleye.
Good thing this were an expense-account lunch because I would have been ticked off to pay my own money for this garbage.
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