$28 for a tasting experience for two ($44 value)
- Two pints of beer
- Two take-home pint glasses
- Two fresh “Crowlers”: 32-ounce cans that staff can for patrons right there while they wait
While no tours are available, the brewery has a unique setup where a substantial part of the brewing process is done right within the tasting room. Groupons can be used anytime the tasting room is open.
Noon Whistle Brewing
Once upon a time, small towns of America had not just town halls and town squares, but also town whistles. A blast from this whistle at noon meant it was time for everyone to take a break. Today, most people know they need a break when their fingers fuse to their keyboards, but the tradition continues at Noon Whistle Brewing. There, starting at noon every day, visitors can stop by for a break and a beer.
Really, Noon Whistle offers more than that. On their own, the beers could draw a crowd; they range from a chocolatey milk stout to "Bog Theory," a cranberry mint saison. The founding trio, lifelong friends Jim, Mike, and Paul, have made their taproom-slash-brewery into an educational experience, to boot. Thanks to its open-plan layout, guests can watch the intricacies of the brewing process firsthand as they sip their beers.