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Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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Ongoing Events:

Distillery Tours 

Mon-Fri 11am, 12pm, 1pm
Select Saturdays: 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm

Tour includes a behind the scenes look at distilling, a glimpse of one of the nation's largest import bottling operations of 50 unique spirits from all over the world, and viewing of our art gallery featuring new local artists each month.  In addition, your experience will include  the opportunity to sample a number of our 20+ handcrafted spirits, the option to purchase bottles of your favorite liquor, and  receive a complimentary Yahara Bay Rocker glass!

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Public House: Free Tours & Tastings

Thursdays 5:00-10:00pm
Yahara Bay is excited to host a weekly social at the distillery.  Free Tours and Sampling from 5-10 pm with complimentary snacks and Cash Bar. Receive 10% off all purchases on Thursday evening. 

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Whether you need space for 10 or 100, we offer up Madison's most spirited meeting place!  Ideal for networking events, presentations, and fundraisers, we provide a convenient location, loads of space, and some of the nicest distillers you'll ever meet.  Interested in holding your next event with us?  

Can't make it here?  We also provide off-site tasting at events around south-central Wisconsin.  Just give us a call at 608.275.1050 or email for more info.

Cider Farms Apple Brandy Release Party

Thursday, October 2, 2014

The Cider Farm, a Mineral Point-based organic apple orchard, announces its second annual Apple Brandy release at Madison's Yahara Bay Distillers on Thursday evening, October 2nd. The brandy has aged for two years in a single, charred oak bourbon barrel with wild apple wood from The Cider Farm. The brandy was from The Cider Farm's 2012 organic apple crop that while small in quantity was superb in quality. The summer temperatures in March followed by April freezes dramatically reduced the crop. The surviving apples endured the hottest July on record and the worst drought in 25 years that served to intensify the juice's flavors, tannins and acid. When last's year release sold out before Christmas, brandy lovers have been reserving this year's release ever since. 

You can reserve your bottle(s) at and pick it up Oct 2nd at Yahara Bay Distillery.