A brewery, like the beach, is a relaxing oasis that allows tired travelers to bask in golden hues, frolic in frothy spumes, and get in splash fights with siblings. Savor sudsy fun with today’s Groupon to Big Bay Brewing in Shorewood. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get a beer and soda tasting for two, two signature pint glasses, and a six-pack (a $40 value).
- For $250, you get a three-hour rental of Big Bay Brewing's sampling-and-retail center to host a party or event (a $500 value). Partygoers will need to pay $4 for every craft beer or soda they consume at the event.
Big Bay Brewing concocts an assortment of handcrafted beers from proprietary yeast and high-quality ingredients alongside gourmet sodas sweetened with real sugar. Pale 2 Row and Cara Munch malts amalgamate in Boatilla Amber Ale, whereas Wavehopper peppers a hint of wheat into a Perle and Hersbrucker-hopped ale. Customers can also sip on the Long Weekend IPA, Big Bay Brewing's latest arrival and the most spoiled of the alcoholic offspring. Meanwhile, soda options include the Oh Buoy! Cherry Cola, which coats taste buds with a smooth cherry finish and PierJumper Twisted Citrus, which quenches thirsts for lemon-lime blends. Tasting duos depart with signature pint glasses and six-packs in hand or stuffed under their shirt for a bodybuilder look.
The second option offers 55 imbibers an interactive setting to sip libations and learn about Big Bay Brewing. A clean, airy space, the tasting center was described by Shorewood Express as decorated with boathouse adornments and daubed in aquatic blues.
Big Bay Brewing
Waves creeping onto a sandy shoreline. The sun dipping into the glassy horizon. The sound of laughter and clinking bottles. These are the sort of recollections Big Bay Brewing wants to evoke with each sip of its frosty beers. The master brewers use natural ingredients, such as proprietary yeast and real sugar, while concocting the tasty pours that comprise their menu of small-batch seasonal ales and year-round staples.
Big Bay Brewing's tasting room and retail center also prompts visitors to recall memories of relaxing vacations with its teakwood tables, crackling fireplace, and confused tourists standing around with maps. Those enamored with the tasting room—described by Shepherd Express as decorated with boathouse adornments and daubed in aquatic blues—can rent out part or all of the space for holiday parties, fundraisers, and other gatherings.