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    How to Plan a Craft Collective Getaway

    Where: Stevens Point Brewery

     

    Day 1

    Lunch

    Grab lunch at Cozy Kitchen. It’s Stevens Point’s oldest established restaurant, and you’ll find homemade soups, pies and desserts to enjoy. Afterwards, check out the murals nearby, including one on the side of Cozy Kitchen by local artist Greg Luedtke, or the mural around the corner honoring the Stevens Point Brewery's 160th anniversary in 2017.

    Explore the murals in the Stevens Point Area, including the newest addition at 925 Clark Street, Stevens Point. The mural honors the Stevens Point Brewery's 160th anniversary.

    Afternoon

    Uncover the history of central Wisconsin at the Museum of Natural History in Stevens Point. Here, fascinating exhibits on geology, fossils and Wisconsin’s first people stand alongside extensive and engaging wildlife dioramas.

    Next, stop in to Stevens Point Brewery for a tour that takes you through one of the oldest breweries in the country, followed by a sampling of the newest brews, hard ciders or gourmet sodas.

    Relaxing after a tour at the Stevens Point Brewery.

    Evening

    Pull up a chair at Father Fats Public House in Stevens Point where you can enjoy a menu of small plates designed to be shared, crafted from fresh fish and local ingredients.

    Father Fats food Stevens Point Area

     

    Day 2

    Breakfast

    Grab a bite at The Landmark in Amherst. Start the day with a cinnamon bun or an egg scramble and a steaming hot cup of coffee.

    Late morning

    Take home a piece of the Stevens Point Area with a trip to Feltz’s Dairy Store. They’ve got fresh Black Angus beef, Wisconsin wines and glass bottles of milk produced right on the farm. Say cheese, because they’ve also got fresh curds daily.

    Say cheese at the Feltz's Dairy Store, where you can take a tour of the robotic milking barn and enjoy the fresh cheese.

    Find more fun places to visit with the Central Wisconsin Craft Collective here.