In a beer-crazed town, Ale Asylum fits in perfectly as a local brewery. It’s name and building structure bring an eerie, yet unique feel to Madison’s beer scene. Within the brewery lives an elaborate assembly line of machinery as well as a lively public dining area towards the front entrance.
The beginning of the brewing process starts in the warehouse where multiple apparatuses are housed.
Gigantic repositories store the beer during the fermentation process.
As the beer finishes its mixing and fermentation, it is bottled and capped off.
The bottles are then positioned by robots into six-pack boxes.
The final products are boxed up and shipped off to various Wisconsin and Illinois locations.
Ale Asylum additionally offers dining and seating where their beer is served to customers.