The Bloomer Brewing Company is the town’s first brewery dating back to before prohibition. The brewery is open Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, serving beer and frequently offering special guest food vendors during the Summer. The brewery is available for special parties and events upon request.
The Brewing Projekt's mission is to craft awesome, unique, or hard-to-find ales and lagers. The taproom at the Projekt is right inside of the brewery complete with all the sights, sounds, and smells of the craft.
A brewery and distillery in Chippewa Falls with a gorgeous taproom/bar and regular visits from area food trucks. Customers are also able to bring food in or order food there. Check out their rotating selection of award-winning delicious beers and high-quality spirits.
Dave's BrewFarm is a sustainably-based brewery in Wilson, Wisconsin. Watch his blog for updates on when the taproom is open to sample some of his latest drafts.
As a brewery, FFATS (Staff spelled backwards) is continually seeking to find your perfect beer match for you. From Pale Ales to Dark Lagers and everything in between, they are committed to helping you find a beer just right for you. Enjoy a relaxed new environment at our TAP ROOM that is inviting with a rustic feel yet first-in-class establishment to socialize and meet friends.
124 E. Elm St.
Brewing since 1867, Leinenkugel's is one of America's oldest craft breweries, boasting a portfolio of several distinctive, flavorful beers inspired by its natural Northwoods surroundings. The brand has put Chippewa Falls on the map for their adventurous array of full-flavored brews in small, high-quality batches.
Taking its name from a ski jumping term, this nanobrewery adjacent to the Coffee Grounds focuses on brewing small batches of beers “that are never out of style.” Enjoy one of their unique stouts, ales, or lagers paired with food from the café at the Coffee Grounds. Also hosts beer dinners, fish frys, and more.
Step into the old world, German-style Bier Hall to try over 14 taps, a root beer, and a great atmosphere. They specialize in brewing Bohemian Beers, and also have British and American seasonal beers, plus special limited edition holiday beers. Take home growlers and 4 packs.
Lucette takes its name from Paul Bunyan's girlfriend. Their brews include theFarmer’s Daughter (a blonde ale with coriander) or a highly rated pale ale Ride Again (a drinkable ale with notes of floral and citrus), plus one-of-a-kind small-batch creation. Try their four-beer sampler flights or "guest beers" from other Wisconsin breweries. The Woodfired Eatery serves classic house pizzas, seasonal creations, calzones, and salads.
Local craft brewery Modicum Brewing offers a stylish taproom resting in full view of its brew tanks. They pour from a select batch of recipes developed by brewmaster Eric Rykal. Plenty of seating, room for large groups, and tasty snacks from local producers.
In a new, industrial-style setting, patrons at Northwoods Brewpub can enjoy changing seasonal menus and 29 handcrafted beers as well as six sodas, all brewed on site. Covered outdoor seating will be on a massive new patio.
Trevor and Matt, Oliphant's official quackers, cycloned through this brewing process to end up in Somerset, WI. Tongue firmly in cheeks, these two are crafting with a diligence previously unknown to them.
Local UW-Stout graduate Ryan Verdon is the Raw Deal's head brew master. The focus is on small batches brewed frequently and always fresh. Their ingredients are non-GMO, non-irradiated and not grown on petrochemical substrates. All of our cleaners, sanitizers and chemicals are biodegradable and environmentally friendly.
Rush River specializes in unfiltered and unpasteurized ales. This makes for a very fresh and flavorful beer with a shorter shelf life. They are open for growler fills Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, their tap room is open Thu-Sat 4-10pm, and free tours are held the second Saturday of each month at 1pm.
One of Wisconsin's largest microbreweries. Brewers of fine craft-brewed ales and lagers in the proud tradition of Wisconsin brewing. Stop by for a tour on Friday afternoons, and Saturdays during the warmer months.
A small family owned and operated microbrewery in Dallas, Wisconsin. They brew up loads of Norse-mythology inspired drafts that you can pick up in bottles or enjoy in their kitschy taproom.
Zymurgy takes its name from the Greek word for the study and practice of fermentation. Brewmaster Jonathan Christenson will serve 15 taps from behind his raw-edge bartop. The brews will be made with local ingredients, ranging from honeyed honied weisses to Belgian beers. Crowlers will be available, and there are plans to include kombucha, gingerale, and fermented foods. Slated to open this fall.