This chalet-style building fits right in with the old Swiss-American town of New Glarus, Wisconsin.
It's in the yeast
New Glarus uses several strains of yeast to bring out the unique flavor in each beer.
The brewery uses a four vessel system to helps increase energy efficiency. This 1960s-crafted system is capable of producing 100 barrels of beer at a time.
There are over 3 miles of stainless steel piping around the brewery, cutting down on how many hoses need to be lugged around. The brewery was designed to make most work accessible between the knees and nose of the employees, increasing efficiency.
New Glarus bottles several times a week. This line is capable of churning out 310 bottles per minute and can fill one keg per minute.
The tasting room has six different rotating beers to choose from. Tastings are $6 for the first pint (you can keep the glass) and $3 thereafter.