This place is great. A local tavern serving Wisconsin fare, I felt it was necessary to order an Old Fashioned, the bars namesake also gets an entire page on the menu dedicated to it. I picked the Rye Bourbon Old Fashioned ($7), it's made with Redemption High Rye Bourbon, a brand which I have long been a fan. After that, a pint of Ale Asylum Madtown Nutbrown ($4) to fill my WI beer quota; and then I couldn't resist the little guy I spotted in the beer case, so I wrapped my time at the bar with a Rhinelander "Shorty" ($1). In the meantime, I snacked on a Spicy Pickled Egg ($1) and a plate of most exceptional Wisconsin Cheese ($12) a Camembert (sheep's milk and cow's cream, Butler Farm, Whitehall), an Evalon (Goat's Milk, La Clare Farms, Chilton) and a Avondale Truckle (cloth bound cow's milk cheddar, Brunkow Cheese, Darlington.) Accoutrements included wheat crackers, walnuts and green apple. On another visit, the No. 13 ($6.95) which is the house made Wisconsin beer battered cheese curds, prove themselves worthy.
If you love cheese as much as I know you all do, there is no way you could be disappointed if you randomly had to travel to Wisconsin. Between happy hour (free apps) at my hotel, meals out and about and the stash I brought home, I am constantly eating WI cheese and couldn't be happier about it.