We’ll be CLOSED on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day so that we may celebrate the holiday. Our SHOP will be OPEN on Dec. 24 from 10 AM to 4 PM for gift cards, gift sets, wine, beer, spirits, and holiday cheer.
We will be OPEN on New Year’s Eve, with the kitchen serving 7 AM to 11 PM. Reservations for dinner can be made starting at 5 PM. Enjoy a complimentary bubbly toast on arrival, and again at midnight!
We will be OPEN for BRUNCH ONLY on New Year’s Day, from 9 AM to 2 PM. Reservations can be made for parties of 8 or more.
Our Private Dining Room is available for reservation on both New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. Click here for more information. To make a reservation, please call 414-539-4424 or email email@example.com.
- “12 Drummers Drumming,” Friday, Dec. 12 – Buffalo Drummies Drumming – buffalo chicken drummies with blue cheesy hashbrowns, poached egg and buttermilk ranch.
- “11 Pipers Piping,” Saturday, Dec. 13 – Chocolate Mousse Crêpe – with “Pipers piping” whipped cream and peppermint candies.
- “10 Lords a-Leaping,” Sunday, Dec. 14 – Frog Legs – pan-fried frog legs with cheddar hashbrowns, poached egg and gremolata.
- “9 Ladies Dancing,” Monday, Dec. 15 – Ladies’ Salsa Dancing Huevos Rancheros – two baked eggs, salsa, tortillas and cilantro.
- “8 Maids a-Milking,” Tuesday, Dec. 16 – Eight Maids a-Milking Dulce de Leche Panna Cotta – bacon crumble and chili anglaise.
- “7 Swans a-Swimming,” Wednesday, Dec. 17 – Cream Puff Swans – a-Swimming in Chicken à la King.
- “6 Geese a-Laying,” Thursday, Dec. 18 – Golden-wrapped Goose Sandwich – stuffing, lettuce, tomato, cranberry-orange dressing and your choice of side.
- “5 Golden Rings,” Friday, Dec. 19 – Five Golden WINGS – scallion hash browns, baked eggs, blue cheese, celery, buttermilk ranch dressing.
- “4 Calling Birds,” Saturday, Dec. 20 – Four Bird Cassoulet – cassoulet with chicken, duck, goose and quail.
- “3 French Hens,” Sunday, Dec. 21 – Chicken Francaise – pan-fried battered chicken in a light lemon sauce.
- “2 Turtle Doves,” Monday, Dec. 22 – Mock Turtle Dove Soup – inspired by Creole turtle soup
- “And a Partridge in a Pear Tree,” Tuesday, Dec. 23 – Quail with Pear Cornbread Stuffing – frisée and cranberry salad, beurre rouge.
- Southern Tier 2XMAS Double Spiced Ale
- Shiner Holiday Cheer Dunkelweizen
- Victory Winter Cheers Wheat Ale
- Breckenridge Christmas Ale
- Dark Horse 4 Elf Spiced Winter Warmer
- Lakefront Holiday Spice Lager
- Anchor Christmas Ale
- Anderson Valley Winter Solstice Ale
- Rogue Ales Santa’s Private Reserve
- Bell’s Winter White Ale
- Stevens Point Benedict’s Winter Ale
- Abita Christmas Ale
- Available at the Shop at Story Hill
- 36 + tax
- 1 liter Pür Class Vodka
- 4-pack Belfast Ginger Beer
- 4 copper mugs
- Tasting notes
- Available in the Shop at Story Hill
- 100 + tax
- Bali Blue Moon – the house blend at Blue’s Egg
- Papua New Guinea – the latest coffee featured at Story Hill BKC
- Royal Select Mayan Decaf – a decaf with superior flavor
- Espresso Dolce – balanced as a shot, great in coffee drinks
- Available in the Shop at Story Hill
- 22.00 + tax
With just three weeks until Christmas, we’ve got you covered. Stop by the shop at Story Hill for gift boxes designed for the wine, beer and/or coffee lover in your life.
We curated thoughtful combinations of goodies, and packaged them neatly in handmade wooden pie crates. Or, make your own selection, and enjoy our standing offer of 10 percent off build-your-own 6-packs of beer, or 4-packs of beer bombers.
Pick up a pack of holiday cheer!
- The Twelve Beers of Christmas – 36
- Coffee Lovers Collection – 22
- Moscow Mule Gift Set – 100
- Four Roses Bourbon Legacy – 100
- Beer Bomber & Growler Set – 60
(Prices do not include tax.)
Capital (WI) • Autumnal Fire • DopplebockCapital’s Oktoberfest just won gold at GABF, and their German-style skill shows in Autumnal Fire. A limited edition brewed with Brewers, Munich and Honey malts, this dopplebock conveys a complex, lingering sweetness with Hallertau and Mittelfruh hops, not unlike our favorite month of the year. Easy drinking, yet sophisticated.
Ommegang (NY) • Scythe & Sickle • Harvest AleOh, amber waves of grain. A celebration of the craft and care of farming, Scythe & Sickle is brewed with barley, oats, wheat and rye. These mixed malts — particularly Cooperstown, New York-native rye — added a bright amber color and creamy mouthfeel, and balance delicate hops and yeast. Reminiscent of a Bière de Garde, or “beer for keeping,” traditionally brewed in the spring when natural yeasts was more predictable, aged over summer and enjoyed in autumn.
Summit Unchained (MN) • Herkulean Woods • Lager with Maple and SpruceBrewed with lager yeast that works its magic at higher temperatures, it doesn’t get much more Upper Midwest than Herkulean Woods. Summit brewer Christian Dixon combined Minnesota malts and maple syrup with spruce tips from Iowa in this steam beer. Also known as a California Common, this style is a throwback to frontier days when refrigeration wasn’t always available to produce an easy-drinking, workingman’s beer. You’re a lumberjack, and that’s OK.
Potosi (WI) • Stingier Jack • Rye Whiskey Barrel-Aged Imperial Pumpkin AleYou want pumpkin? We’ve got pumpkin. The excellent Stingier Jack starts out as a imperial pumpkin ale, with the added wickedness of aging in Templeton Rye whiskey barrels. Aptly named for one of Halloween’s greatest folktales, this beer shrewdly balances wholesome holiday flavor with delighted debauchery.
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- 11:00 a.m.
- 1:00 p.m.
- 5:30 p.m.
- 8:00 p.m.
- All-night reservations require a $700 food and beverage minimum.