227 North Main Street
Galena, IL 61036 - Map
This is in the Northern end of Main Street where there is a clustering of restaurants, bars and night life.
BEER: 13 delicious ales on tap AND full bar
FOOD: We have a full range of delicious pub food
OPEN 7 DAYS PER WEEK:
MONDAY- THURSDAY: 4 pm to close, kitchen: 4-8pm
SATURDAY/FRIDAY: 11 am to close, kitchen: 11-10pm
SUNDAY: 11 am to close, kitchen: 11-8pm
OPEN: Memorial Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Nov. 12th At 11am
OPEN: Christmas Eve, Dec 24. 11am-3pm
OPEN: July 1st - 4th, Dec. 26th - Jan. 1 At 11am
OPEN: New Year's Eve, Dec. 31st 11am
CLOSED: Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas
SPLIT CHECK POLICY: For maximum efficiency we do not split checks for parties of 8 or more. 18% gratuity will be added to parties of 8 or more.
BREWERY TOURS are conducted at our Galena location only, from 11:30am to 3:30pm on Saturdays. Reservations are essential through firstname.lastname@example.org. Tours will be conducted in groups of no more than 15 persons per group.
RETURNING MAY 2020!
50% of proceeds from this beer will benefit JDCF. "The Jo Daviess Conservation Foundation (JDCF) is a nonprofit, conservation organization that works throughout Jo Daviess County, IL and the surrounding area. Their mission of protecting land for the lasting well-being of people and wildlife is supported by over 1,000 individuals in the Tri-State area. JDCF currently owns and manages thousands of acres of public and private property for education and recreation. They focus their work on ecologically and culturally sensitive areas in the southern Driftless Area that contains threatened and endangered plants and animals, unique scenic vistas, as well as Native American burial mounds and villages."More details!
A ruby beer with a burst of hop flavors and aromas are paired with a solid malt backbone and a clean and pleasant bitterness that lingers on the palate. Aromas of pine and citrus are prevalent due to heavy dry-hopping with a blend of West Coast hops.
President Ulysses S. Grant’s (Uly to his friends) Chocolate Oatmeal Stout is what this ale is all about!
Dark as the mines of Galena, this stout has a rich and creamy tanned head which leaves beautiful lacing in your glass as it is enjoyed. It's a full bodied ale with profound notes of chocolate and roasted malts which help to round out its flavor profile. Sweet coffee notes also linger on the palate to entice the next sip! Find out more about General Grant here!
The Uptown Nut Brown Ale won a silver award in the Category 92 "American Style Brown Ale"
This beer pours a deep chocolate brown color with light struggling to show through the edges of the pint. As a rocky off white head forms, aromas of roasted nuts and molasses pour from the glass. This beer is malt oriented with flavors of roasted malt and golden toasted bread and finishes quite dry with a noticeable but not overwhelming floral and earthy hop presence. We dedicate this beer to Ely Parker, who served on General Grant's personal staff. Find out more about Ely here.
A classic Bavarian style wheat beer that is straw in color and somewhat cloudy due to the yeast in suspension. The yeast gives the beer a medium to heavy mouth feel yet it is very refreshing due to banana and clove overtones. This beer finishes with a light hop flavor that is smoothly notable.
One of our most popular offerings, this ale is deep amber to mahogany in color and has a clean toasted and caramel malt taste.
The beer has a medium to light mouth feel that is lightly hopped. It has a sweet finish which is reminiscent of raisin bread.
This is our lightest ale which has a very crisp and refreshing flavor with a pleasant malty sweetness and a brilliant white head.
Finishing with a hint of citrus hop, it is a great introduction to craft beer for the explorer, but enjoyed by connoisseurs just the same.
Imperial Belgian Blonde Ale; ABV 9%
This deep, sweet Belgian Ale was aged for 12 months in oak chardonnay barrels. Smooth rounded flavor, moderate grain sweetness balanced by medium bitterness, possible notes of soft caramelization or honeyed sweetness. Slight hop flavor should come through lightly with qualites of earth and spice.