Wine Tasting Party w/American Wine Project

If you haven’t heard, Giant Jones Brewing now serves wine. And not just any wine, exclusively wine from Mineral Point’s American Wine Project.

Join us as we celebrate, with AMP owner Erin, as we launch our new partnership with AMP in our tasting room.

Come by to enjoy 8 different wines from AMP & meet Erin. You can enjoy a wine tasting or purchase any of the wines by the glass.

Our friends from The Deliciouser will have a tasty menu that will pair well with AMP wine for you to enjoy as well.

Weather permitting our outside tables will be available too!

As always we will have our beers flowing.

Let’s eat, drink & be merry!!!

Seeds of Change: MAD! Agricultural Journal Launch Party


MAD! AgricultureGiant Jones Brewing, and Meadowlark Organics invite you to night of celebrating Indigenous seed keeping, regenerative agriculture, the power of regional grainsheds, and art, as MAD! Agriculture launches Issue 10 of its biannual Journal.

You are invited to this collaborative event that features the thriving agricultural landscape of southern Wisconsin and the deep history of the HoChunk Nation as we look to the future of leaders of Indigenous foodways and land stewardship through the story Seeds of Change written by Elena Terry of the HoChunk Nation.

This event is free and open to the public. Everyone who RSVPs will receive a copy of the MAD! Agriculture Journal Issue 10! Drinks available for purchase at the bar. (RSVP at the link provided.)

Join us for an evening for storytelling, art, beer, and a dynamic conversation between thoughtleaders in the upper Midwest grain and seed space:

Voices featured in the reception panel include:

Elena Terry: HoChunk seed keeper, chef, Founder/Executive Director of Wild Bearies

Halee Wepking: Co-Owner of Meadowlark Organics

Jessica Jones: Owner of Giant Jones Brewing

Omar de-Kok Mercado: MAD! Agriculture Midwest Regional Manager

Faciliated by MAD! Media Producer Jonnah Perkins

Please contact Jonnah Perkins at with any questions.

MAD! Agriculture is a 501c3 nonprofit that works from heart to head, poetry to science, financing to markets, and soil to shelf. We meet farmers where they’re at in their journey as they transition to regenerative agricultural models.