from Darlington; our cheeses come from local cheese producers, our ground beef and organic eggs are from local farmers while our bacon is smoked at a small meat market in Cuba City. . We make our sauces, salad dressings, mayonnaises, pestos, salsas, soups, desserts, spice blends, fries, and of course the beer, from scratch, from basic ingredients. But don't forget the non-beer drinkers: Make your own root coastal Plain Region beer. A word about our food, we make good food. Whenever possible, make it yourself. Here are five you might find useful. When we have to, we drive to Madison to get our breads, fruits, herbs and vegetables that are fresh, and also those little extras not available around here. Offer A Full Craft Beer Experience: A brewpub should be like Disneyland for beer drinkers and their families.
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Be Flexible: Be flexible about your business model. We seat about 50 including our bar seats. . Keep Your Brand On Top At Home: You've put your brewpub's name on the sign out front, the door, and the menu cover. But pour that bottled beer into a pint glass, and keep the bottle behind the bar. If your brewer is inexperienced in the industrial setting of a brewpub or distributing brewery (such as a brewer with only homebrewing or book-learning experience hire a brewer/ consultant to come in and train him or her., best wishes for success! Not only should you offer several different styles of beer, try to incorporate your beer in the menu: Beer-battered onion rings and fish chips work. For more information on the available wines, click here. If you can get them locally thats even better. . Don't forget the silo! We strive to create an experience where couples and friends can enjoy themselves in an upscale, relaxed environment. You'll have to experiment to find a recipe you and your customers will love. We only ask that you keep an open mind and a thirsty palate.