This is a small operation, so don't expect a big brewery tour. We walked in and had to wait a couple of minutes, as a customer was getting a growler filled. We were welcomed in and immediately offered a glass of beer from the tap wall. I am a homebrewer, so I am very familiar with the brewing process, but still take every brewery tour I can. The staff showed us around. The had just finished bottling like 220 cases, very labor intensive, as it is done mostly by hand, with very little automation. We stayed as long as we wanted. They are in the process of building a taproom on site. They also sell T-shirts, glassware, and of course growlers of beer. Their distribution is limited to NW Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Definitely will stop back!
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