Beer & Wine
Our Partners in Quality - Beer & Wine
Raise Your Glass to Wisconsin Beer & Wine Makers! Featured here are just a few from our incredible selection of micro beers and artisan wines from right here in Wisconsin. It's a tough job, but we've cracked open bottle after bottle in order to offer the best our state has to pour. Our staff has even shared a sip or two with the masters that craft the spirits we stock!
Look for the local-regional signs in our aisles to find more local treasures just like these!
Ale AsylumMiles to Market - 74
It started in college. Too proud to drink swill and too poor to drink decent beer, Dean Coffey decided to start brewing his own. It didn’t happen right away. In fact, Coffey, co-owner of Madison’s Ale Asylum, didn’t even realize people brewed their own beer at home.Go to Complete Vendor Profile
Capital BreweryMiles to Market - 91
It started as an idea; well, more of a dream, really. If beer drinkers weren’t crying out for something better, they deserved something better, at least that’s the way Capital Brewery’s founders, Ed Janus and Anthony Frey, saw things.Go to Complete Vendor Profile
Cedar Creek WineryMiles to Market - 24
If you’re still avoiding Wisconsin wines because of some old bias that only west coasters craft good wines you’re not only missing the boat, you’re missing the creek. Cedar Creek, that is. As in Cedarburg's Cedar Creek Winery, purveyor of numerous award-winning wines.Go to Complete Vendor Profile
Rhinelander Brewing CompanyMiles to Market - 228
Back in 1892, in the north woods of Wisconsin, Otto Hilgerman and Henry Danner started a brewery in the city of Rhinelander. The city had only been around for 10 years, but the lumber industry there was booming and there were many thirsty workers. The brewery and its beer were an instant success.Go to Complete Vendor Profile
Sprecher Brewing CompanyMiles to Market - 5
Sprecher was the first microbrewery in Milwaukee, and is now one of the biggest craft breweries in the State. Sprecher Brewing now makes about 15 different beers, not including their limited release beers, and also produce seven different soda flavors.Go to Complete Vendor Profile