WORS West Coast IPA Joining Our Year-Round Lineup

We are teaming up with Wisconsin Off-Road Series to a bring you WORS West Coast IPA. We wanted to introduce a beer with a big hop flavor, balanced bitterness and aroma. We used a simple malt bill and revisited some classic West Coast hop flavors by using Centennial and Amarillo hops. Expect bready malt undertones, grapefruit, orange, and floral hop flavors. WORS comes in at 55 IBU and 6.5% ABV, available in 12oz cans and draft. Be like Rick G. and shred it!

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Door County Brewing Co. Founders Launch New Brewing Venture: Hacienda Beer Co.

December 15, 2017

On February 3, 2018, our founders Danny McMahon (Head Brewer) and Ben McMahon (Sales Manager) as well as Allyce Mohs (Operations Manager) will launch a new brewing venture, Hacienda Beer Co. Located in Baileys Harbor, WI, Hacienda will primarily focus on producing experimental hoppy ales and stouts as well as traditional and non-traditional Belgian/farmhouse-inspired ales.

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Holidays at the Hall

November 24–December 31

Join us for a months worth of holiday events beginning with a visit from "Santa" and the lighting of the silo 11/24. We will kick off a month long fundraiser in which you can drop off new or gently used coats, hats, gloves and socks to be distributed to some local friends who might need a little help this winter. Check our Facebook events for details.

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Winter Clothing Drive Kick Off!

November 24—December 23

Join us as we help local friends who may be in need of a little help this winter by donating new or gently used winter coats, mittens, hats and socks to be distributed throughouth the months of Nov and Dec. All sizes accepted and can be dropped off at the brewery.

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Our New Taproom is Officially Open!

The excitement in beautiful downtown Baileys Harbor was palpable Saturday morning, July 1, as a crowd gathered for the opening of the new Door County Brewing Co. – just three years after the brewery opened its first taproom just a few blocks away.

Just a few people were on hand for the first taproom ribbon cutting in 2014, but there were more than enough people at the latest one to immediately fill the new taproom with a joyful buzz of “awesome” and “oh my god” and “I love it” and “pretty cool.”

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