Thursday, December 2, 2021

Ale Asylum owners toast to upcoming sale and unimpeded beer flow

Before the pandemic, the company had an average of about 50 employees, and now there are 20, Dilba said. “I hope everyone does the right thing this year and this winter, and maybe all the restaurants, bars and breweries, everyone can return to an even more normal life. We can increase our staff to the previous level. “

Dilba and Coffee will also remain in the company in their positions. Coffee as president and brewer, and Dilba as vice president, secretary and treasurer. “Our positions and our daily priorities will remain the same,” he said.

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The men met while working at the then Angelic Brewing Co. in downtown Madison. Coffey was a brewer and Dilba wanted to apply his marketing skills.

They created the Ale Asylum brand in 2005 and eventually ran out of space at their brewery at the corner of Stoughton Road and Kinsman Boulevard.



A variety of Ale Asylum products are on display in an outdoor bar that was looked after by Stephanie Endres during her office shift in August.


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The group of investors “two plus” opened its multimillion-dollar brewery and tasting room in 2012 on Pankrats Street in 2002. Last year, according to Dilba, about 14,500 barrels of beer were produced.

When the brewery, which made a name for itself with the American Hopalicious pale ale and has since made a number of other popular beers, expanded to its current plant, Dilba and Coffey had 23 investors. Dilba said there are 35 of them now.

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