Wallace: Wallace Brewing
Historic Wallace with its 784 full-time citizens and many more guests has a history and flavor for hops, barley and water that our two highly crafted breweries make into tasty batches of brew. The historic backdrop of beer in Wallace is notorious that, in the aftermath of the Big Burn of the great 1910 fire, Wallace’s mayor ordered that no citizen should drink from the ash-laden stream but that only beer should be consumed for three days. With this history, brewing and consuming beer is only a natural!
Wallace Brewing. In a town famous for its silver mines, they claim beer is the new gold – and they’ve set out to prove it. 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. Taste them all in the Orehouse Tasting Room. One more note, the Brewery isn’t just for humans. Canines are welcome as well. Find them at 610 Bank Street, 208-660-3430. Find them online at wallacebrewing.com Or find their brews in your local grocer. Wallace Brewing ships product across Idaho and the whole Northwest.