Potosi Brewery & National Brewery Museum
Potosi Brewery Co. Holds "The National American Breweriana Association Museum", The Great River Road Interpretive Center, the National Brewery Museum, a micro-brewery, gift shop and restaurant. Visit the Potosi Brewing Company Restaurant to once again sample a fine selection of locally brewed beers. Our new restaurant’s unique atmosphere, dining, and flowing spring below the floor, channel the dynamic energy of a 1850’s brewery. Not to be overlooked is our handcrafted bar, designed and made by local artist, Gary David. This unique piece fashioned out of walnut, maple and oak pays homage to the history of our unique brewery and community. Brew Pub serves daily 11am to 9pm, Beer Garden open weather permitting. The brewmaster has beers on tap at the restaurant including Good Old Potosi, Potosi Pure Malt Cave Ale, Snake Hollow IPA, as well as seasonal brews. To the delight of many, we also brew root beer. Potosi Brewery is family friendly.
Hours of Operation
The museums and gift shop are open daily from 10am to 9pm. Admission: Adults (18-59): $5, Seniors (60 & up) $3, Children: (17 & under) Free. The restaurant is open daily from 11am to 9pm.
Located on Hwy 133, south end of Main Street, Potosi.
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