Ahnapee Brewery Tap Room Now Open!

July 22nd, 2013 by Brad Schmiling

Ahnapee Brewery Logo

Ahnapee Brewery first opened its doors in 1868 in the city of Ahnapee, now named Algoma. Bohemian immigrants brought skilled craftsmen to erect Kewaunee County’s first sizable building. Beers were produced under the supervision of the head brewmaster, Henry Schmiling (the great- great-great-great uncle of the current owners). The Civil War veteran sold barrels of beer by horse and sleigh, rail and the schooner, “Whisky Pete.” Schmiling’s Ahnapee Lager was known far and wide for its Wisconsin-made quality. Hops blight put the original brewery out of business in 1886. A new chapter in the brewery’s history began in July. Fueled by the dreams of our General Manager and Head Brewer, Nick Calaway, we’re picking up where Henry left off. This time small craft batches of full-flavored beers with aging potential will be served for limited hours.

Right now, we’re open from 2 pm. to 8 pm on Fridays and noon to 8 pm on Saturdays. Beer on tap: Ahnapee Lager, Little Soldier Amber, Bavarian Dunkel, German Style IPA. On deck: Chocolate Milk Stout, Bavarian Helles.
While the brewery is located five miles out of Algoma and not open to the public, the tap room is located at 105 Navarino Street just two doors east of the winery.

www.ahnapeebrewery.com

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ahnapee-Brewery/457131664358366?fref=ts

Please come visit us soon!

6 thoughts on “Ahnapee Brewery Tap Room Now Open!

  1. Bob schuessler

    My daughter and I stopped for a pint on 9/7. It was the perfect end to a four hike on the Ahnapee Trail. Great brew, your host was a gentleman, a guide and a true blessing.

    And I recommend beer to refresh parched, hungry hikers. Looking forward to a ‘trailhead’ themed beer.

    Loved the visit and planning many returns.

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