Yes! Both Algoma & Suamico outdoor patios are dog friendly. We ask that dogs are well behaved and also on a leash at all times.
We have some small quick snacks for purchase at both the Algoma & Suamico locations. We have "trail mix" type snacks ranging from sweet to savory, chips, pretzels and even some locally made beef jerky.
In Suamico we have partnered with local restaurants that deliver if you are looking for a meal, they will bring it right to you!
- Discount Liquor, 5031 W Oklahoma Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53219
- Discount Liquor, 919 N. Barstow Ave. Waukesha, WI 53186
- Ray's Wine & Spirits, 8930 W North Ave, Wauwatosa, WI 53226
- Bernie's Fine Meats, 119 N Franklin St, Port Washington WI 53074
On draft there is a good chance something will be pouring at:
- The Stilt House Gastro Bar, W62N630 Washington Ave, Cedarburg, WI 53012
- Dooley's, 315 N Main St, West Bend, WI 53095
Draft is also typically available in the southern Madison area at:
Belleville Ale House, 7 W Main St, Belleville, WI 53508
Sorry! Currently we are unable to ship beer in WI or outside the state.
We would love for you to join us at either Taproom!
In Suamico we have an event room that can accommodate groups for private parties up to 40ppl. For more info, click here! If you have a larger group than that, contact us and we'll see if we can help you out!
The taproom in Algoma is small but in the warmer months we do have outdoor seating which helps accommodate larger groups.
Please contact us below to send us a message so we know you are coming, and can be staffed accordingly to serve you best.
In Algoma, the garage taproom is open year round, however we don't have tours there as it is just the taproom.
Brewery tours at our Suamico brewery & Taproom location will re-start once we can safely resume. To reduce possible exposure to covid-19 to our staff and customers, we do not have tours at this time. Sorry for any inconvenience.
We brew in 15bbl (roughly 465 gallons) stainless steel vessels that were retro-fitted for brewing beer. Some of the tanks were used in the dairy industry prior to making delicious beer!