16, July 2016: The recent goings-on in the news about Bent Kettle Brewing, a local favorite of strongest beer lovers in Wisconsin, reported here.
It’s been a busy last couple of weeks for The Bent Kettle Brewing in Fort Atkinson, WI. Bent Kettle craft beer was featured at the Blues and Brews Festival recently held in Lancaster, WI. Brews and Blues is a music and beer festival celebrating some of Wisconsin and the nation’s greatest cultural assets.
Put on by the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce and the City of Lancaster, Bent Kettle was joined at the festival on the park lawn of the beautiful new Schreiner Memorial Library. Wisconsin’s finest microbrews were enjoyed by festival attendees along with the sounds from blues bands playing from the backdrop of the new outdoor performing arts space.
Mark Cook, brew master at Bent Kettle Brewing, thanked the good people of Lancaster on their company Facebook page: “We made a great impression on the wonderful people of Lancaster, WI and we’re equally impressed by the wonderful people of Lancaster. Thank you for the opportunity to participate in your Blues and Brews Festival!”
The ultimate vision, according to the Wisconsin craft beer brewery, is to be able to enjoy creating great craft beer, amazing memories and share their strongest beer with the world while connecting with other craft beer fans along the way.
In other goings on with Bent Kettle, their wildly poplar Thwack (an American IPA) is now on tap at the following locations:
Growlers To Go Go in Madison,
Green Dragon in Fond du Lac,
Eddie’s Alehouse in Sun Prairie,
World of Beer Appleton and Middleton,
Lucy’s #7 Burger Bar in Beloit,
Brickhouse Burgers in DePere,
Hop Cat in Madison,
Brock’s Riverwalk in Fort Atkinson,
Capn’s in Fort Atkinson,
Keystone Grill in Cambridge,
Becket’s in Oshkosh,
Looking Glass in Janesville,
Off Broadway in Monona, and
Dublins Irish Pub in Oshkosh.
Their flagship year round brew called Insolence, which is a double IPA, will start showing up at the following locations:
Mob Craft Taproom in Milwaukee,
Bernie’s in Waukesha,
Capn’s and Brock’s Riverwalk in Fort Atkinson,
Craftsman Table and Tap in Middleton,
World of Beer Middleton and Wauwatosa,
Green Dragon in Fond du Lac,
Dexter’s Pub in Madison,
Mr. Brew’s Taphouse in Monona,
Black Sheep in Whitewater,
Becket’s in Oshkosh, and
Funk’s Pub in Fitchburg.
Go Fasters, a foundational winter beer is currently on tap at Brickhouse BBQ in Madison and at Off Broadway in Monona. Go Fasters is a robust, malty American amber ale that’s great on a fall day or next to the fireplace after a day on the ski slopes.
Bent Kettle is growing rapidly! They are adding new sales rep to help handle all the requests for their craft beer in the Madison area. To become a retail distributor of Bent Kettle, and offer their fine craft brew on tap at your WI bar or restaurant, visit bentkettle.com/become-a-retailer-or-distributor.
About Bent Kettle Brewing:
Craft beer made the way it should be: Unfiltered. Unpasteurized. Unadulterated. Unapologetic. “Bent” describes their craft beer recipes: non-conformist, irreverent, experimental and artisan; using non-traditional ingredients in traditional beers, and following traditional brewing practices to ensure safety and quality in our brews.
They believe in conducting their public and private affairs in a moral, legal and ethical fashion, and also believe that maintaining the highest quality product possible is paramount. The team at Bent Kettle Brewing has a strong work ethic, doing whatever it takes to get the job done. “We’re bent on bending our kettles, and the rules, to bring you great beer!”
For Media Contact:
Contact: Mark Cook
Address: 1507 Montclair Pl.
Fort Atkinson, WI
Phone: (920) 390-9038
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/BentKettleBrewing