Brew Pipeline announced it’s partnering with Wisconsin’s Ale Asylum to bring its newest beer, FVCK COVID, nationwide beginning this June. Read More
Ale Asylum is located on Madison’s North Side and has been serving the masses top-notch craft beer since 2006.
In 2012, they moved to a new facility that is freestanding on 5 acres, 45,000 sq. ft. and offers up an additional 85,000 sq. ft. when the need arises. Their current facility has allowed them the advantage to brew in a 33 bbl brew house, the ability to enhance their sustainable practices and an automated bottling and canning line.
Ale Asylum produces and packages all beer on site, making all natural and unfiltered beer in the spirit of the German Purity Law Reinheitsgebot. This is what they mean when they say their beer is “Fermented in Sanity.” You know who makes it and you know what it’s made with. You’ll know after having one that you want another.
In addition to carrying a full line up of Ale Asylum beer, the brewery’s Tasting Room serves a seasonal food menu and offers a full bar. Brewery tours are on Sundays from 12 PM – 5 PM, every hour on the hour and include and special tasting and the pint of your choice.
Ale Asylum is an independent craft brewer.
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