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Wallace Brewing Company, Wallace

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Brewery · Hidden Gem · Food & Drink
Wallace Brewing Company, 15-barrel microbrewery, began selling its beer in January 2009, in historic Wallace, Idaho.

A collaborative effort of Wallace’s Chase Sanborn, Dean Cooper, Rick Magnuson and the Zanettis, the brewery pays homage to the town’s notorious past, creating a brand of beers with mining and bordello-inspired monikers such as ‘Dirty Blonde’, ‘Jackleg Stout’, ‘RedLight Irish Red Ale’, and ‘Idaho Select Light Lager’ .

“We want to brew in the honest spirit of the mining heritage,” General Manager, Chase Sanborn said. “It’s not only the prevailing reputation of the town, but also one that can elevate the Wallace Brewing brand.
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  • Traveling from Virginia to Seattle and decided to stop in for a microbrew I had all nine of the beers on tap and all work at Raylan was a fantastic hostess and told me a lot about the local mining...  more »
  • Great variety of brews served in a plastic cup so you could go mobile around town. They have seating out side so its a perfect spot to just relax and chill. Staff was very friendly and they have...  more »
  • Been waiting five years to visit one of my favorite breweries! The full list flight made it fun for us to sample every brew. Love the “decor” in the theme of Wallace’s oldest female business! Pet, our dog, also enjoyed the puppy treat while we played board games. An awesome stop in a fascinating historic town. Highly, highly recommended. And, make sure to ask the wait staff about food from the restaurant next door.
  • We got lucky and hit the special $3.50 per pint for 1910 dark lager, which we have had before purchased in bottles.They also have a 5 or 10 choice sampler. I really loved the Wallace Strong Ale which is an amber. The IPA was good too. I didn't like the smash as it was sour for me, but my friend enjoyed it. The huckleberry shandy was light and refreshing. And of course the 1910 was perfect. We bought burgers next door at the 1313 Club Saloon & Grill and brought them in to eat at the brewery. The bathrooms and decor paid homage to the Wallace brothel history and we had a good laugh at the bras on display. Dogs were welcome and we got to pet several. But don't bring your kids, it is 21 and over.

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