These guys run a different kind of beer racket, providing traditional handcrafted beer styles that larger microbreweries sometimes skip. Call ahead to book a tour and you'll likely be treated to a private look-around with one of the brothers. Their facility is small, which means you are up close and personal with the equipment at all times. In addition to the basics of fermentation, filtration and packaging, these guys will cover any topic you bring up. Want to know more about Abbey-style beers made famous by Belgian monks? No problem.
Tours last anywhere from 20-45 minutes, and you'll get the chance to sample from Two Brothers' roster of brews that include Brothers Best Brown, Iditarod Imperial Stout and Monarch Wit. Aspiring brewmasters take note: An attached homebrew supplies store sells all the barley, hops and yeast you'll need to brew and bottle your first batch. Two Brothers will tell you what you need to get started.
Centerstage Reviewer: Shannon Gillam