Anduzzi’s is proud to announce the addition of some locally-brewed beers to our menu! Take a look at the five new, local craft beers that are joining our lineup, each from a brewery located here in Wisconsin.
Stone Arch has been producing beer in the Fox Cities since 1858, and while their ownership and name have changed during that time, their dedication to making rich, unique brews has not. That also applies to their Vanilla Stout, a new member of Anduzzi’s beer menu. The brew is described as “A dark, rich oatmeal stout enhanced with pure vanilla, creating an unforgettable flavor”. This sweet flavored beer is vanilla forward but finishes with flavors of smooth chocolate, caramel, and coffee. It is a perfect end of night dessert-like beer.
Ahnapee brings you their unique chocolate milk stout. Yes, you read that correctly. Chocolate milk. While one might be hesitant to try a stout so different, the brew is mingled with roasted cacao nibs and creates a blend that is more drinkable than many would assume. But you don’t have to take our word for it. Two Stall was actually the silver medal winner in 2019 US Beer Open Championships! Not bad for a brewery that is operated out of a two-stall garage in Algoma.
The Snowdrift Vanilla Porter from Leinenkugel’s is a robust porter-style beer aged on real vanilla. A fuller-bodied brew with hints of cocoa, coffee and caramel brought out by roasted malts and aged on real vanilla, Leinenkugel’s Snowdrift Vanilla Porter is smooth and creamy, making it perfect for warming up winter. The SVP perfectly complements dishes like marshmallow sweet potato casserole, glazed ham with cherries and any combination of chocolate and cherry.
According to Titletown Brewery,
“This hop-forward ale showcases a complex blend of citrus-like American hop varieties, their bitterness well-balanced by complex malt for exceptional drinkability.”-Excerpt from Titletown Brewing Co. Website
Brewed right here in Green Bay, this IPA not only is an exceptional blend that goes down smoothly, but it is also an excellent choice for beer drinkers who bleed green and gold. Diehard Packer fans will note that the name “Green 19” comes from the pre-snap cadence used by Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers during football games. This member of our new local brews is a perfect tribute to our beloved franchise, and it is no wonder that such a fitting beer would be produced from a brewery called Titletown.
The year? 1995. The Packers were a few years from back-to-back Super Bowl appearances. Movies like Braveheart and Casino had just been released. The writer of this blog was a newborn…. Anyway, it was also the year that Hinterland Maple Bock won a gold medal at the World Beer Championships. And after a brief hiatus, the folks at Hinterland decided it was time to add it back into their lineup.
Also out of Green Bay, Hinterland says that this bock earns its named by being brewed with real WI maple syrup, which can be noted when smelling and tasting the beer. In addition, layered roasted malt and caramel create a slightly sweet flavor that is perfect for this time of year. Food pairings include fall specialties such as butternut squash soup, root vegetables, and apple pie.
In case you haven’t heard, Wisconsin knows their beer. That’s why here at Anduzzi’s, we strive to serve as many beers that call the Badger State their home as we possibly can. So whether it is out of state pride or just because they taste really good, come down to the Anduzzi’s nearest you and try these local craft beers!