Fulton presents a time capsule of the brewing boom of the 21st century, with its quaint, garage-themed taproom highlighting its transition from a small startup to a North Loop establishment. While the taproom now feels small, surrounded by multistory complexes in the shadow of Target Field, it’s a core piece of the neighborhood.
Besides the humble taproom ambiance, though, they also have designated space for groups of varied sizes. The Garagery holds 20-35, a side room with an optional door for added privacy. The décor is warm, despite the name (which is a reference to Fulton’s homebrewing origin story), with booth seating and wood walls. The Brew Room is another side space, this room holding 40-75 in a semi-private setting with basic A/V capabilities and easy access to the public bar and restrooms.
The setting is fitting for small to medium groups, hosting happy hour, bridal showers, birthday parties and more.
Food: Fulton has an onsite kitchen to partner with for events.
Parking: There is metered street parking and garages nearby, but no private lot.
Accessibility: The building is ADA accessible.