Location: Lake Geneva, WI
Last Visited: August 2021
Taproom is a converted space in a church. Spacious area with lots of tables. Sizeable patio space in the front of the building.
Nine house beers on tap, along with eleven guest beers. House beers include two blonde ales and three hazy/NE IPAs. Menu is better served by having a wider range of beer styles, rather than so many duplicates.
Lake Path Blonde Ale (3.50) – Perfectly acceptable blonde ale. Medium body, hint of hop bitterness. Nicely balanced.
Vintage Velvet Double Pilsner (3.00) – Clean, crisp lager. Extra dose of bittering hops would help. 6.8 % ABV not evident.
Twisted Hammock Pale Ale (4.00) – Nice, malty character. Solid slug of hops to provide correct level of bitterness. Ticks the boxes for a classic pale ale.
Stellar Nova Lotus+ Hazy IPA (4.25) – Big mouthfeel. Grapefruit notes evident from first sip. Appropriate bitterness for style.
Velvet 68 Pilsner (4.00) – German style Pilsner. Plenty of hop bitterness, according to style. Crisp, Refreshing, highly drinkable. Big and malty.
Bar snacks and large pretzels are available.