Crooked Pint Ale House To Open In Faribault
True to its name, the restaurant offers a generous selection of craft beers, featuring mostly local and regional favorites on tap. Wines are also prominent, with a large list of varieties to choose from. In addition, Crooked Pint offers a vast array of unique bourbons and scotches.
As stated in a press release, Jeremy Brown the current franchisee was looking for locations to open his fourth Crooked Pint, he became very interested in Faribault.
According to the press release, Brown said that he “always liked the area, and truly feel that everything Crooked Pint has to offer makes it a perfect fit for the Faribault community. We are excited to serve our array of Juicy Lucys and craft beers, to go along with giving exceptional service to the entire area.”
Brown was also adamant that he wanted to partner with local business owners, and he was able to forge a partnership with local businessmen Joe Donahue and Princeton Kokku.
The restaurant will be located at 125 1st Avenue Northeast. The ownership group plans to work with the city in every capacity to do what it takes to get the restaurant open in 2018. The restaurant chain currently has 10 locations in the midwest including Rochester.
In April of 2017, Crooked Pint won USA Today’s Reader’s Choice Award for Best Juicy Lucy in the state of Minnesota.
Visit their website for additional information, including a complete menu.