Rowland’s Calumet Brewing lies in the heart of Calumet County, in the county seat of Chilton. It debuted in 1990 after a 48-year absence of breweries in Chilton, using what was known as the Roll Inn Tavern for its home base. Still, it was one of the first craft breweries in Wisconsin after the repeal of Prohibition.
Rowland’s regular brews include Calumet Amber, Calumet Dark, Oktoberfest, Pale Ale, Rye, Calumet Wild Rice, and Fat Man’s Nut Brown Ale. They also brew up a variety of seasonals including a Kolsch, several lagers and pilsners, a Schwarz Bier named Mittnacht Pilsner, a Scotch Ale, and more. Brewmaster Patrick Rowland goes local with many ingredients; he’s been known to grow hops in the back.
Rowland’s Calumet Brewery also makes a variety of sodas – so you can bring the kids. They’ll be just as amused by some of the wall signs and decorations as you will.
25 N. Madison Street
Chilton, WI 53014