The Bottling Works is a restaurant and tavern in the original bottling plant of Bube’s Brewery. Here, the beer and soft drinks were bottled, and the water for making beer was drawn from our limestone caverns below. Adjacent to the Bottling Works is an outdoor Biergarten reminiscent of a drinking garden one may have found in Mr. Bube’s Bavarian homeland.
The Biergarten Restaurant is an outdoor Biergarten reminiscent of a drinking garden one may have found in Mr. Bube’s Bavarian homeland. In the middle of the Biergarten is the huge original boiler and smokestack used to create the steam power necessary to run the brewery. Relax and enjoy your meal outside under our shade trees away from the hustle and bustle of the rest of the world.
The Cooper Shed
The cooper shed is located in the original barrel repair room at the brewery complex. This upper floor area is an extension of the BottlingWorks restaurant and is great for large parties or a group looking for a quieter dinner on an evening when we are hosting a band.
The Catacombs Restaurant is several stories below the surface of the street in the aging cellars of Bube’s Brewery. A host will greet you and lead you on a tour of the historic brewery on your way to dinner. You will descend 43 feet into the stone-lined vaults of the Catacombs. There you will find a unique upscale dining experience, with a menu that includes a variety of traditional and gourmet dishes.
Alois consists of the original bar and dining rooms in the Victorian Hotel portion of Bube’s Brewery. Each individually decorated room, employing hand stenciling and other painting techniques, is a work of art worth seeing in its own right. The Alois Restaurant is home to The Murder Mystery Dinners and Sunday brunch.