Fall Weekend Cheer at The Edgewater, October 27-29

Includes Tour & Tasting at Wisconsin’s Famous Potosi Brewing Company

 Madison, WI – -September 2017 – – The Edgewater taps into seasonal sips with its new Autumn Ale Escape, blending luxury accommodations with a tour and tasting of fall craft beers at  the historic Potosi Brewing Company.

Designed for the beer connoisseur and novice alike, the hop-filled weekend kicks off with a six-pack of Stingy Jack Potosi Pumpkin Beer provided upon arrival to the hotel.

Breakfast for two is served Saturday morning in-room or in The Statehouse and includes a Bloody Mary or Mimosa.

Guests are then transported to Potosi Brewing Company for a tour of and tasting of its small batch beers.  Located in Potosi, Wisconsin, 85 miles from Madison, the brewery has a long Wisconsin history and is known for reinvigorating small batch, craft brew after re-opening in 2008.

The guided tour takes folks through the Brewery’s state-of-the-art production facility and includes a brew tasting, Potosi pint glass from the gift shop and an annual pass to the adjacent National Brewery Museum & Library.

Upon return to The Edgewater, guests will enjoy the hotel’s popular Fried Clock Shadow Cheese Curds in Augie’s Tavern.

The two night package is offered from October 27-29, 2017.  The cost is $829.00 for two people.  Must be reserved by October 19, 2017.

For further information or to make a reservation call 1-608-535-8200 or visit www.theedgewater.com.

About The Edgewater

The Edgewater, an urban resort, offers visitors the ultimate Madison experience along the shores of Lake Mendota. The hotel first opened its doors in 1948 and quickly became recognized as a prominent part of the community and culture. The Edgewater has a rich history and throughout the years has hosted an array of celebrities, including Elvis Presley, Elton John, Bob Hope and the Dalai Lama, among many others. Privately owned and operated by a team that lives in – and loves – their city, the hotel reopened after a $100 million renovation in the fall of 2014. No effort was spared to showcase the property’s breathtaking views, offer unique amenities and focus on creating Madison’s place, a community-focused hub of activity that is free and open to the public year-round. The Edgewater is a member of Historic Hotels of America. To learn more, visit www.theedgewater.com.

About Potosi Brewing Company

Founded in 1852, the Potosi Brewing Company became the fifth largest brewery in Wisconsin and was distributed coast to coast. The brewery survived prohibition but closed in 1972. Following a $7.5 million restoration, the Potosi Brewery Foundation, a non-profit organization and sole owner of the Potosi Brewing Company, reopened the brewery in 2008. The facility is home to the National Brewery Museum™, a brewpub, restaurant, beer garden, gift shop, and Great River Road Interpretive Center. The Potosi Brewery’s mission is to channel profits into its markets served to support historical and educational based initiatives, and charitable causes. To learn more, visit http://www.potosibrewery.com.

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Rebecca Werner,  Tel:  917-370-5005, Email:  Rebecca@nullwernerpr.com

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