Founders Jon Kreidler and Dan Oskey chose the River Falls location for its community charm, proximity to the Twin Cities, and importantly, the city’s focus on sustainability and renewable energy.
The duo worked hard to implement organics and recycling programs at their Minneapolis location while sourcing many of their ingredients from local farmers. Now in Wisconsin, Kreidler and Oskey can bring their sustainable efforts to the next level. To power the facility, they built the largest distillery solar array in the country, and they also use a water reclamation system. The new location also uses self-sustained hydroponic farms to grow their own greens, and they are careful to use the most efficient, current processes.
There is something for every couple at Tattersall. For bachelor and bachelorette parties, you can enjoy a meal and drinks or schedule a tour to kick off your event. Kreidler highlights the Barrel Room (max. 100 guests), which boasts an outdoor game space, for private events. The Classroom (max. 30 guests) includes a full interactive bar and kitchen for classes. Kreidler also suggests enjoying the local recreational activities.
For larger weddings, the Grand Hall can seat up to 430 guests or be sectioned off for a cozy, more intimate affair. And for your ceremony, the outdoor amphitheater can host hundreds, depending on seating arrangements. Tattersall will handle all food and drinks and work with you to create the perfect menu. Accommodations are also available: there are wedding suites for the bride and groom, as well as various themed rooms for any occasion.
This venue is currently booking for the 2023 and 2024 seasons through its website, with some availability remaining for this year. River Falls, tattersalldistilling.com