Their sign reads, "Great Beer - Better Food."
We stopped in for lunch Saturday to enjoy the surroundings of the historic barn turned eating spot.
The main floor includes a bar and dining room with a waiting room in the space where cows were milked and cared for years ago.
A spacious deck offers dining al fresco.
The rough hewn rocks pulled from the land a hundred or more years ago make the foundation and solid beams create the ceiling and support structure for the large and beautiful re-purposed work space.
Our early afternoon stop gave us the dining room to ourselves. It's no doubt busier in the evenings year-round and bouncing as the summer crowds descend upon Wisconsin's State Park.
A friendly server took quick care of us. The hamburger was excellent and filling.
It's unfair to judge a place on a single burger - but for me the place was quite enjoyable and more than lived up to expectations.
Come on - a meal in America's Dairyland - inside a barn? Sign me up.