Welcome to SlauterhouseCOME ENJOY OUR UNIQUE TAPROOM AND GREAT CRAFT BEER

THE PASSION FOR BREWING GREAT BEER

We want to foster an environment where the local community feels at home and make our brewery a place where distant travelers will want to return.
Promote beer culture and continually educate ourselves and our customers about the craft beer industry.
Support local businesses by using local ingredients and goods whenever possible. Crafting quality beer means using quality ingredients.
Our goal is to always experiment and try new things so the community is continually asking us "what's next?"

We take pride in our work and enjoy the process.THERE IS A STORY
BEHIND EVERY
BEER

OUR LATEST BREWS

Check out our new releases. Slauterhouse brewing company prides itself on releasing small batch beers every month.
MEDIUM RARE MILKSHAKE IPA
MEDIUM RARE MILKSHAKE IPA
Our tribute to Americana – Rt. 66, Milkshakes, and a perfect Medium Rare Steak! When brewing this Vanilla and Strawberry Milkshake IPA we did a protein rest at 135 degees, this also happens to be the perfect temperature to serve a medium rare stake. We hope you enjoy this treat, brewed with real strawberry and vanilla.
ABV: 9.7% IBU: 80
 GRANDMA’S BANANA CREAM PIE (Fruit Beer)
GRANDMA’S BANANA CREAM PIE (Fruit Beer)
What beer style do we put this beer? Who cares! We brewed this unique beer as homebrewers and it was always one of our favorites – now we get to share it with you. Enjoy the fresh taste of bananas, vanilla, and brown sugar. Careful though, this desert is strong!
ABV: 8.8% IBU: 15
MATURATION MILK ME STOUT (Chocolate Vanilla Milk Stout) with Raspberries
MATURATION MILK ME STOUT (Chocolate Vanilla Milk Stout) with Raspberries
No cow was harmed in the making of this beer. This stout is brewed with lactose sugar which is derived from milk – but to step up the complexity of this beer, we also added real vanilla and cacoa nibs for a smooth, rich flavor.
ABV: 7.4% IBU: 28
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CERTIFIED PROCESS

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GALLONS A YEAR

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BEERS ON TAP

Hops

Hops are the flowers of the hop plant. They are used primarily as a bittering, flavouring, and stability agent in beer, to which, in addition to bitterness, they impart floral, fruity, or citrus flavors and aromas. Hops are also used for various purposes in other beverages and herbal medicine. Many different varieties of hops are grown by farmers around the world, with different types used for particular styles of beer

Yeast

The most important ingredient in brewing was the last one discovered, because yeast is a single-celled organism that is invisible to the naked eye. Still, brewers have long known that some unseen agent turned a sweet liquid into beer. Long ago, the action of yeast was such a blessing, yet so mysterious, that English brewers called it “Godisgood.”

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Barley

Although wheat, rye, oats, millet, sorghum, rice and corn have all been used for brewing, barley is the preferred grain for beer. But the starch in a grain of barley isn’t ready to be fermented into alcohol, so the barley is generally converted into malted barley, or “malt.” The process of malting involves soaking the barley, allowing it to germinate, and then stopping germination with heat.

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WE MAKE
WHAT WE LOVE

Our Vision

At our core strive to brew exceptional beer with passion so that every single pint can be enjoyed by the community, our families and friends in a fun and welcoming environment.

Founder & Head BrewerDEREK LEES

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We are in Auburn,
Illinois

Monday & Tuesday: closed
Wednesday & Thursday: 2pm-9pm
Friday: 12pm-9pm
Saturday: 12pm-9pm
Sunday Brunch: 10am-1pm
Sunday Afternoon: 1pm-7pm