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Yes. FOR REAL this time. Folks, it's been a saga of miscommunication, conflicting schedules, swapped lines, and the wholesaler sending our tap technician the wrong parts. Tears were cried*. Blood was shed**. Glycol was leaked***. But... ...we've finally got our new St. Bernardus tap tower installed! We loved our old one and we're gonna miss it, but still. Sometimes we miss our 1997 Oldsmobile, but we're much more stoked on our brand new Prius. Anyway. Join us this coming Wednesday…Find out more »
We love The Bruery here at Brasserie V, and boy howdy do we have the stockpile to prove it. In order to thin it out a little bit (you're welcome), we're offering up the chance for you to taste a whopping seven of their best beers all at one time for the low, low price of See Below. Check out the following details on the beers, and just give us a ring or stop in to reserve your spot!…Find out more »
And here...we...GO. For the past four years, we've hosted our friends at Perennial Artisan Ales for a pre-Great Taste shindig/hootenany/salon. You know Perennial; you love Perennial. And Perennial loves you back, because check out this ridiculous lineup we've got, plus maybe a couple more: Pilsner - German malt, Saphir & Tettnang hops Prism 2 - Farmhouse ale dry hopped w/Mosaic Static Electricity - Double IPA with oats, dry-hopped w/Simcoe La Boheme - Wine Barrel Aged Sour Brown Ale w/Michigan tart…Find out more »
We love traditional lambic and gueuze beers here at Brasserie V; it's one of the styles that built our restaurant's beverage program, and we're still one of the only bars in the state to carry them consistently. These are artful, carefully considered beers that take months of logistical planning, years of waiting, and more than a little luck. But we're not doing those... Instead, we're focusing on the wilder (heh heh) world of sour beers, celebrating breweries that take…Find out more »
We've been carrying the iconic Duchesse de Bourgogne here at Brasserie V pretty much since day one. An introduction to many would-be sour drinkers, this oak-aged sour brown ale defines the style alongside fellow luminaries Rodenbach and Bockor. The brewery has thus far resisted making any tweaks or variations to the beer--why, after all, mess with a good thing?--but this just made way too much sense. So join us on September 5th at 5pm as we tap one of…Find out more »
We’ve got a very special tasting planned for you guys on September 20th. Levi Funk of Madison’s own Funk Factory Gueuzeria will be here to present some of his much sought-after spontaneously fermented beers alongside a selection of traditional lambic and gueuze beers from Brasserie V’s stock. This event will have something of an educational flair to it, as Funk will delve into the details behind the relatively new Methode Traditionelle label that describes American-made lambic-inspired beer. You can…Find out more »
We pour so much St. Bernardus beer here at Brasserie V, you might think we'd eventually get complacent about it. Abt 12 is, after all, our de facto house beer, and achieved that status not by some integrated marketing push between us and the brewery, but 100% organically. YOU made this happen; YOU consistently place us in the top three St. Bernardus accounts in the country; YOU drink ungodly amounts of the stuff. It speaks not just to the…Find out more »
It's been a while since we've gotten a fresh drop of some totally bonkers Shelton Bros goodies, but we have some brand new arrivals and a couple of old favorites we want to share with you! Have a gander at the list below, then call or stop in to sign up and reserve your spot! Blaugies Saison d'Epeautre - 6% abv Farmhouse ale brewed with spelt. People sleep on Blaugies a lot, and those people are dumb. De la…Find out more »
The pipes are laid. The roads are paved. The...new parking meters are installed. Folks, Monroe Street is almost ready to open back up to two-way traffic! This massive project has been a long time coming, and the Monroe Street neighborhood looks better than ever. To mark the occasion, we're celebrating the only way we really know how: with beer! Our friends at 3 Sheeps Brewing have done Monroe Street bars and restaurants a major solid this year by brewing…Find out more »
The beer and brewing world is in a constant state of flux, and trying to keep up can be a tall task. Enter Kevin Revolinski. His Wisconsin Beer Guide just entered its 4th Edition, which is a testament both to the ongoing evolution and expansion of Wisconsin brewing ventures, and to Kevin's dogged insistence on staying up to date. On that note, we're excited to welcome Kevin to Brasserie V for a book signing on Tuesday, December 4th. He'll…Find out more »
Every Tuesday, we offer $2 off all bottled beers with $4 off 750ml bottles to focus on our selection of over 250 bottled beers!
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