Celebrates Two Years of Farm-to-Table Success Committed to serving fresh, natural and locally-sourced food, The Source Public House will celebrated its 2nd anniversary this past July 24. Having opened in 2014, The Source Public House was one of the first farm-to-table restaurants in the area, supporting local farms and food suppliers with 86 percent of its vendors located within 100 ... Read More »
Category Archives: Food & Drink
By Ben Rodgers Peanut butter and chocolate, the original dream team. I’m hard pressed to think of an...
By Steve Lonsway Spring is almost here and with that comes warmer temperatures, melting snow,...
By Steve Lonsway Today we will talk about a beer that is very close to the hearts of all who put thi...
By Ben Rogers Spotted Cow. It’s what separates Wisconsinites from the rest of the country. A staple ...
By Steve Lonsway As many people know, the craft beer industry is growing like crazy. We now have mo...
BY Steve Lonsway Many know that a nice red wine can be cellared for years and the flavor profile can be drastically developed over time, ending up with a whole new libation. Some wines you don’t even want to drink for years after purchase because how “young” it may taste. There is even an uptick in start-up companies that specialize ... Read More »
BY Steve Lonsway From the thunderous beat of a drum to the slide of the electric guitar that sends chills down your spine. Or maybe it’s flashing colors from the choreographed stage lighting. Maybe the twang of a five string banjo paired with the magical bow of a fiddle, all played under a star-lit sky near a crackling campfire. Possibly ... Read More »
By Patrick Mares The first thing that you notice when you walk into The Pancake Place on a Saturday morning is how busy they are. A filled parking lot gives way to a packed waiting area. The restaurant is a consistent winner of the Best in the Bay awards. Upon meeting owner Theresa Barlament, it became obvious the success of ... Read More »
BY Steve Lonsway This months’ feature beer is a beer we recently started offering in the Stone Arch Tap Room. It is our first imported beer which is a bit outside our box. It’s called Rosetta, a fruit ale that was aged on cherries. By style definition it is a traditional Belgian Kriek beer. Brewed in Belgium by Liefman’s Brewery ... Read More »
BY Steve Lonsway This month we will be focusing on the iconic flagship beer of Samuel Adams, their rich, balanced and complex Boston Lager. When determining what beer to write about, we take into account several criteria; A) we want to know its good before spending the money and time on it (plus it makes for more enjoyable reading when ... Read More »
BY Michael Casper Austin Ashley moved to Wisconsin in 2000 having dabbled in coffee roasting, cheesemaking, canning...and brewing beer and soda of all kinds. In 2003 he began making test batches of ginger beer, a favorite of his wife Hallie’s. Test after test, family member after family member tasted, judged, and gave critique. He tried many different flavors. “There were ... Read More »
Proceeds support EAA AirVenture Museum’s year-round education programming Beverages from around the world accompanied by fine food and music highlight this year’s edition of EAA’s popular “Hops & Props” tasting fundraiser on Saturday, March 5, from 7-10 p.m. at the EAA AirVenture Museum in Oshkosh. This is one of Wisconsin’s premier events for beer connoisseurs. Proceeds support EAA’s education programs. ... Read More »
By Patrick Mares I blew into A' Bravo on a cold and blustery winter night. The atmosphere in the establishment was a nice counterpart to the wind outside. While the weather may have kept some folks home, there were a few of we hearty souls providing a nice background buzz. As a dangerously smooth spiced hot buttered rum warmed me ... Read More »
BY Steve Lonsway Today the Stone Arch Brew House brewery team decided to write an article on a beer we were very fortunate to receive. We were the lucky recipient of one out of a total of 12 cases that even made its way into the great state of ours. It is a hard beer to acquire and hard to ... Read More »