OUR BREWPUB: Our Greendale brewery is located in Southridge Mall! (But fear not, you don't have to go in the mall to find us.... just use Google!) You'll find us at the southwest entry to the mall near Macy's. Our place features a large outdoor patio, firepit, and year-round outdoor bar where smoking is permitted. Our patio seating is in high demand during the summer months and is available on a first-come first-served basis.
Inside you'll find a cozy brewpub with some of the best staff around. We have both high-top seating in the bar area and regular dining seating in the dining room.
OUR BREWERY: From the dining area you can see our brewhouse and three of our seven 10 barrel (310 gallon) fermentors. But the vast majority of our brewing set-up is in the basement...where we have four more 10 barrel fermentors, four 20 barrel fermentors, and about 22 beer-brite tanks that hold finished beer. We also do all of our clean barrel aging and canning in this cellar of Southridge as well. Once a month look for fresh cans of your Explorium favorites! We release cans of barrel aged beers on an annual basis.
OUR BREWPUB: Our Third Ward brewpub has spacious seating in several different areas of our beautiful historic space, located in the Pritzlaff Building right on St. Paul Avenue. Stop in for a casual dinner, reserve a table for a casual gathering, or rent out a private space perfect for your event.
OUR BREWERY: Our Third Ward brewery has a pretty sweet set-up! While you're dining, check out the tanks in the north east corner of the building. This collection of tanks consists of our 10 barrel brewhouse, six 10 barrel fermentors, and two 10 barrel lagering tanks. If you're visiting on a day when we are brewing, you'll smell the tantalizing aromas of your favorite Explorium Brews being prepared just for you! In the cellar we have our cold storage which contains 16 beer-brite tanks. In addition, our cellar at the Pritzlaff Building houses our sour barrel-aged beer collection, a fun stop to visit on our brewery tour! In our dining room, we have two fermenters called Foeders, large white oak barrels used to ferment sour beers.