Old food

Stone Cellar Brewpub is a fine little microbrewery in the Between the Locks building in Appleton. The space has a long tradition, and housed the Geo. Walter Adler Brau brewery from 1918 to the 1970's.

The Between the Locks building is celebrating its sesquicentennial this year, and Stone Cellar hosted a party in its honor. For the week of 8th, Stone Cellar offered a special beer made from an archived Adler Brau recipe from 1948, as well as a 1880's-era throwback menu.

Russian wild boar chops, pottage stew, and roast turkey leg were the party fare. I made a special trip up on Monday the 8th, and joined my mom and her husband for a drink, a meal, and a Packer game.





The food was well-received by all, even if the beer was less universally hailed. The seasonal pumpkin ale was a little thin and bitter, but the Stonetoberfest was great.

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