Ultimate Madison Brewery Guide |2022| – Digital Map

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Discover your favorite Madison breweries with this list and digital map.

Wisconsin is home to a strong brewing tradition, and Madison, Wisconsin, is home to many of the state’s best breweries.

So whether you are looking to create your own Madison beer tour or find a brewery to check out while you are in the city, this list will help you find what you are looking for.

We do our best to keep this map and list up to date, but we still highly recommend calling a brewery if there is something specific you need or are curious about.

The map can be saved and easily accessed from your phone. Enjoy and happy beer tasting!

Map of Madison Breweries

How to Use This Map: Click on the icon on the top left-hand corner. You will now see a list of all of the breweries in Madison, WI.

For more info on each, click on the map icons.

To see the map in more detail, click on the [ ] in the top right-hand corner. This will open a larger map where the details of each point can be found by clicking on the location point name in the list on the left.

You can also save the map for your own use by clicking the⭐ next to the map name. This will save the map to your Google Maps, where you can make a copy and use it for your own trip planning.

To view the saved map on your phone, open Google Maps, click “saved” on the bottom, and then “maps” on the lower right.

Do you want to create your own Google Map? Check Out How to Plan a Road Trip With Google Maps

List of Madison Breweries

Below is a list of the breweries and taprooms that currently call the city of Madison their home. We try our best to keep the list up-to-date, but please get in touch with the breweries or check out their websites for more detailed and up-to-date information.

Last Update: April 25,2022

Ale Asylum

Founded in 2005, Ale Asylum became Madison’s first new production brewery (not a brewpub) in decades. The focus is on creating bolder versions of traditional-style brews.

Food Available: Limited. Pizza and can also bring in food from other establishments.
Tours: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Dog Friendly: Yes, on patio

ALT Brew

ALT Brew was created to satisfy beer lovers searching for quality gluten-free options. You’ll find various beer styles, from bourbon barrel-aged stouts to sessionable blondes – all 100% gluten-free.

Food Available: Gluten-free prepackaged snacks available
Tours: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Dog Friendly: Yes, if you call and ask.

Capital Brewery

One of the longest-tenured breweries in the Madison area, Capital Brewery has been crafting award-winning beers since 1984. While they began focusing on traditional style German-style lagers, they have branched out to run the gamut of styles.

Food Available: Carry-ins allowed
Tours: Not at this time
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Dog Friendly: Yes, on patio

Delta Beer Lab

The science-themed Delta Beer Lab boasts a solid lineup of brews without focusing on trends or gimmicks. They boast an all-inclusive environment for all patrons of all types to relax and enjoy their beer.

Food Available: Limit pizza, giant pretzels, and snack options
Tours: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Dog Friendly: Yes, on the patio and on Sundays allowed inside.

Funk Factory Geuzeria

Pucker up – Funk Factory Geuzeria brings the Belgian lambic brewing tradition to Madison. Their tap list includes only a few of their sours and guest beer taps from local breweries.

Food Available: Snacks may be available
Tours: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Dog Friendly: Yes, on patio

Giant Jones Brewing

This woman-owned, Giant Jones Brewing, is the first certified organic brewery in Madison. Their motto is “big beers for everyone,” and they mean it. Even the lighter offerings are big on flavor and higher in ABV.

Food Available: Carry-ins allowed
Tours: Yes, but limited. Check their events for dates of tours
Outdoor Seating:
Dog Friendly:

Great Dane Pub and Brewing Company

One of the most popular breweries in and around Madison is Great Dane Pub and Brewing Company. Their vast selection of flagship beers lean more traditional, while the limited releases and seasonals can get a little wild.

Food Available: Yes, full menu
Tours: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes

Hop Haus Brewing Co

Owned and operated by a husband and wife team, Hop Haus Brewing Co brews mostly traditional styles. Aside from a few hoppy flagships, you’ll find many options on their rotating taps.

Food Available: Yes, full menu
Tours: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes

Karben4 Brewing

What began as a startup in 2012 has grown into the goofy monster we know today as Karben4 Brewing. You may know them for their Fantasy Factory IPA (and their label artwork). Their taproom offers a huge variety of styles, from traditional to over-the-top.

Food Available: Limited. Local pizza, pretzels, and snacks. Carry-ins also allowed
Tours: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Dog Friendly: Yes, on patio

One Barrel Brewing Company

Madison’s nano-brewery, One Barrel Brewing Company, literally began by brewing just one barrel at a time. Their popularity grew, and they now have enough traditional-style beers to serve the masses.

Food Available: Boutique BBQ
Tours: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Dog Friendly: Yes, on patio

O’so Madhouse

What began in small-town Plover in 2007, O’so Madhouse is an extension of this popular, award-winning brewery. Nearly every aspect of the beer, brewing, canning, bottling, and packaging utilize Wisconsin products.

Food Available: No
Tours: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Dog Friendly: Yes, on patio

Parched Eagle Brewery

What began as just a twinkle in a home brewer’s eye, Parched Eagle Brewery became a dream come true. The beers mostly play on traditional styles and are often created to pair with the food offered in the brewpub.

Food Available: No
Tours: No

Starkweather Brewing Company

Starkweather Brewing Company‘s focus is on creating exciting beers in the underserved East Side community. The beers seem to gravitate towards more experimental, and many taps are collaborations with other local brewers to create wild new brews.

Food Available: Carry-ins allowed or order delivery from local establishments
Tours: No

Vintage Brewing Company

Vintage Brewing Company has grown to add a few more locations based on their popular brews and excellent food. While they primarily reside in the traditional realm, don’t miss the sours and whatever they are cask conditioning at the time.

Food Available: Yes, full menu
Tours: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes

Working Draft Beer Company

Working Draft Beer Company aims to honor the traditional European styles, which is evident in their flagships. However, the tap menu also boasts lots of popular hoppy American styles.

Food Available: Limited. Pizza and can also bring in food from other establishments.
Tours: No

Young Blood Beer Company

Young Blood Beer Company seems to never stop coming up with new, exciting, interesting beers. While they gained notoriety for their IPAs, their tap list is full of flavorful options.

Food Available: Limited. Pizza and can also bring in food from other establishments.
Tours: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Dog Friendly: Yes, on patio

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