Are you a craft beer connoisseur? Here are 9 that you shouldn't miss while visiting. Better yet, plan your trip around them in the Stevens Point Area and explore more of the Central Wisconsin Craft Collective made up of breweries, wineries, and a distillery.
Classic Amber Lager
A multi-award winning amber-style lager is one to savor while visiting the Stevens Point Area. Brewed year round, it has caramel malts with a reddish-amber hue.
Available until October, Point Brewery has their take on the Marzen Style Lager beer. It reminisces the original beers that were brewed for the first Oktoberfest Celebration in Germany during the 1800's!
Drop Dead Blonde
A unique blend of sterling hops and 2-row malts is a sweet, smooth and fresh ale that is available year round is the perfect way to get a craft beer to fill your needs!
Plan your trip to the Stevens Point Brewery here.
With flavors of real Wisconsin honey, a traditional cream ale is definitely one to make a stop for in the Stevens Point Area!
Ouisconsing Red Ale
This craft beer gets its name from the Algonquin word for the Wisconsin River. With a range of caramel malts, it will be one you won't want to miss!
Slainte Scottish Style Ale
Central Waters created their own take on a traditional Scottish-style ale and expanded the flavor with a cherry wood smoked malt. Enjoy this all winter long in Central Wisconsin!
Plan your trip to Central Waters Brewing Company here.
This Gold medal-winning American Wheat Ale is a refreshing and easy-drinking beer that is available year-round at O'so Brewing!
A Hazy IPA that is brewed in the spirit of the New England style IPA. With packed in hops and flavor, this craft IPA is one you don't want to miss out on.
Available year-round, Infectious Groove is a Kettle-Sour Blonde Ale that has a dry finish. Enjoy your sour beer here in Central Wisconsin!
Plan your trip to O'so Brewing Company here.
Check out other Central Wisconsin Craft Collective breweries like Kozy Yak Brewery and Winery or McZ's Brew Pub. Looking for a winery or distillery? Try out Sunset Point Winery or Great Northern Distilling.