"Dirt floor, holes for windows and doors ...It was love at first sight."
So says Deb Donaghue, of her first visits to what would become Brewery Creek Inn in Mineral Point. The three-story limestone warehouse that dates back to the 1850s is now a 7-guestroom B&B with rustic exposed stone walls and pampering whirlpool tubs. Travel writer Brian E Clark reports: "I pedaled my bike nearly 50 miles from Madison to Mineral Point — through numerous rain showers — to get there and was more than a bit mud- and rain-splattered upon my arrival. But it was more than worth the effort." You'll want to explore Mineral Point's artsy shops - and be back at the inn's brewpub for, well, the brews and dinner. Read the full story at jsonline [caption id="attachment_1506" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Origin unknown, the ornate bar is right at home in the Brewery Creek Inn. Brewmaster Jeff churns out European beer styles such as biere de garde, Scottish porter, and dunkelweiss. Cheers![/caption]