Fall networking with CARW – don’t miss this opportunity at Mequon’s newest brewery – Foxtown. Sponsored by Berghammer Construction, members and prospective members will be able to check out this unique brewery and catalytic northshore project. November 12, 2019 from 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. From the Journal Sentinel:
The building might be from the 19th century, but the beer is fresh and hopped like it’s 2019.
Foxtown Brewing, 6411 W. Mequon Road, Mequon, expects to open Nov. 6 with 13 beers on tap (plus or minus one), a full kitchen and more than a passing glance to the history that preceded it.
The brewery is a modern resurrection of the Opitz-Zimmerman Brewery, which provided beer to Ozaukee County in the mid-1800s, and a project of Thomas Nieman, president of Mequon-based pet food maker Fromm Family Foods.
The brewery and restaurant will be the first two parts to open in the 17-acre Foxtown complex. Next door, workers are finishing up a banquet hall, a 42-seat restaurant, a retail area for Foxtown merchandise, a bar area with general-use space, a reserve tasting room for specialty beers and events, and a courtyard patio with fire pits.
Register for the event HERE