Bodega Brew Pub

122 S 4th St
La Crosse, Wisconsin United States 54601
bar  4.35/5.0 33 reviews
Sun to Thu 10 am - 2 am; Fri & Sat 10 am - 2:30 am

Mayor: drpimento (127) | Affiliated user(s) here drpimento | Taps: 20 | Bottles: 400+
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Beers At Bodega Brew Pub

NameABVEntered
Bear Republic Hop Shovel IPA7.5%9/19/2017
Unibroue À Tout Le Monde (Megadeth)4.5%9/15/2017
Stone 21st Anniversary Hail to the Hop Thief Double IPA9.8%9/14/2017
Evil Twin Imperial Simcoe Slacker7.5%9/14/2017
Founders DKML14.2%9/12/2017
Boulevard / Firestone Walker Collaboration No. 6 Barrel-Aged Blend12.5%9/12/2017
Odd Side Ales Dirty Dank Juice7%9/11/2017
Upland Teddy Bear Kisses10.2%9/8/2017
Odd Side Ales Citra Pale Ale (CPA)5.75%9/5/2017
New Belgium Voodoo Ranger Juicy Mandarina IPA 6.5%9/2/2017
Samuel Smiths Organic Raspberry Fruit Beer 5.1%8/17/2017
De la Senne Winter Mess8.5%8/17/2017
Against the Grain / Hoof Hearted Clearly Everybody Wants Some6%8/12/2017
Bruery Terreux Beret9%8/5/2017
Pearl Street Lederhosen Lager 5.5%8/2/2017
Pearl Street 17-Up Anniversary Gose 5%8/2/2017
Einbecker 13786.7%8/1/2017
Solemn Oath Snaggletooth Bandana6.5%8/1/2017
Hillsboro Snappy IPA7.5%7/31/2017
Schell's Pale Lager0%7/28/2017
Jolly Pumpkin Wet Hop Bam4.5%7/25/2017
Bent Paddle Equinox Bump Lollygagger5.2%7/21/2017
Bent Paddle Trail Series # 1: Paddle Break Blonde6%7/21/2017
Bent Paddle Kanū Session Pale4.8%7/21/2017
Maui Brewing Big Swell IPA6.2%7/21/2017
O'so Hop Debacle5.8%7/18/2017
Avery The Real Peel IPA6.3%7/13/2017
Lucette Ride Again Pale Ale5.2%7/7/2017
AleSmith Spezial Pils4.9%7/6/2017
Three Floyds Floydivision 17.5%7/5/2017
Ale Asylum Dr. Vennum6.9%7/5/2017
Hinterland Citra Pale Ale5.3%7/2/2017
Wisconsin Common Thread - 20179%7/1/2017
Sierra Nevada / Garage Project Beer Camp Campout Porter7.7%6/29/2017
Sierra Nevada / Saint Arnold Beer Camp Dry-Hopped Berliner-Style Weisse4.2%6/29/2017
Stone Ghost Hammer IPA6.7%6/29/2017
Sierra Nevada / The Bruery Beer Camp Raspberry Sundae Ale8%6/29/2017
Sierra Nevada / Surly Beer Camp Ginger Lager6.2%6/28/2017
Sierra Nevada / Mikkeller Beer Camp Thai-Style Iced Tea Ale7.2%6/28/2017
Sierra Nevada / Duvel Moortgat Beer Camp Hoppy Belgian-Style Golden Ale8%6/27/2017
Sierra Nevada / Boneyard Beer Camp West Coast-Style DIPA8.3%6/27/2017
Sierra Nevada / Tree House Beer Camp East Meets West7%6/27/2017
Sierra Nevada / Fullers Beer Camp Atlantic-Style Vintage Ale8.5%6/23/2017
Sierra Nevada / Avery Beer Camp Dry-Hopped Barleywine-Style Ale9.4%6/22/2017
Sierra Nevada / Ayinger Beer Camp Dunkle Weisse5.7%6/22/2017
Sierra Nevada / Kiuchi Beer Camp White IPA With Yuzu7%6/22/2017
Lagunitas Fusion 395.5%6/19/2017
O'so Blood of the Cherry 0%6/19/2017
Dogfish Head Beer for Breakfast7.4%6/13/2017
Great Lakes Grandes Lagos Mexican Lager5.4%6/13/2017
Boulevard Ginger Lemon Radler4.1%6/12/2017
Alaskan Big Mountain Pale Ale5.7%6/9/2017
Clausthaler Amber Dry-Hopped0.5%6/3/2017
Kaliber0.05%5/26/2017
Clausthaler Classic (Premium)0.5%5/26/2017
Beck's Alkoholfrei (Non-Alcoholic)0.3%5/25/2017
Krombacher Weizen Alkoholfrei0.4%5/25/2017
Boulevard Heavy Lifting IPA6.2%5/18/2017
Pearl Street Evil Doppleganger0%5/16/2017
Karben4 Block Party5.2%5/16/2017
Almanac Farmer's Reserve Strawberry7%5/16/2017
Belching Beaver Peanut Butter Latte5%5/13/2017
Perennial Cave Torch6.7%5/13/2017
Summit Saga w/ Passion Fruit and Orange Peel6.2%5/4/2017
Revolution 1ZNUF11%5/2/2017
Bent Paddle Climate Generation Black IPA0%4/27/2017
Bent Paddle Valve Jockey Brewer's Series #1: Oatmeal IPA7.1%4/26/2017
Bent Paddle Valve Jockey Brewer's Series #2: Imperial Kvass6.4%4/26/2017
Bent Paddle Black Ale6%4/26/2017
Bent Paddle Bent Hop Golden IPA6.2%4/26/2017
Bent Paddle 14° ESB5.6%4/26/2017
Bent Paddle Venture Pils5%4/26/2017
Southern Tier 2XSMASH8.1%4/26/2017
Pearl Street Smokin Hemp Porter0%4/25/2017
New Glarus Thumbprint Series Barley Wine12%4/24/2017
Boulevard Noble Prize Imperial Pilsner7.5%4/21/2017
Southern Tier 2X Unfiltered IPA 8.2%4/21/2017
Alpine Beer Company Windows Up7%4/21/2017
Almanac Mariposa6.8%4/20/2017
Central Waters Rift6.5%4/18/2017
Piraat10.5%4/16/2017
Barley John's ConeGnome The Barbarian Double IPA10.1%4/15/2017
Great Lakes Chillwave Double IPA9%4/12/2017
Victory Sour Monkey9.5%4/6/2017
Stone Enjoy By IPA9.4%4/6/2017
Wells Charlie Wells Dry Hopped Lager4.7%3/27/2017
Almanac Hoppy Sour: Amarillo6.8%3/23/2017
Pearl Street Bourbon Barrel Chocolate Oatmeal Stout6.5%3/23/2017
Pearl Street Bedwetter Barley Wine10%3/23/2017
Three Floyds NECRON 997.3%3/21/2017
Lakefront My Turn #021: Mike (Imperial Brown Ale)9%3/19/2017
Almanac Vanilla Cherry Dogpatch7.5%3/16/2017
Dark Horse Rain In Blood Orange Pale Ale5%3/15/2017
Elysian Space Dust IPA8.2%3/12/2017
Three Floyds Floydivision 5 7.5%3/12/2017
Pearl Street Rumpshaker IPA5.7%3/6/2017
Stone Tangerine Express IPA6.7%3/3/2017
Marble / Odell / Stone Megawheat Double IPA8.4%3/3/2017
Stone Doublicious9.6%3/3/2017
Anderson Valley Bahl Hornin' Ee Tah! IPA7.8%3/2/2017


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  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 9/10
  • SELECTION 12/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 7/10
  • OVERALL 16/20
bytemesis  (1057) Sunnyvale, California | November 1, 2012
Simple bar atmosphere, bunch of regulars, and a 400+ bottle cellar. Not the place to go for that rare Cantillon, but their list is almost guaranteed to have something you would like to try. Prices are pretty good for the midwestern "locals," a bit steep on many of the other bottles. 25% discount for carry out.
80
  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 7/10
  • SELECTION 13/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 7/10
  • OVERALL 16/20
DiarmaidBHK  (907) Lewisburg, Pennsylvania | July 28, 2013
Located in downtown on what seems like a main downtown street. I found parking on a nearby side street although it was more generous since it was a Sunday. Place wasn’t terribly crowded which was good since they only had one guy working. The interior, especially the bar, was well worn and faded which added a intimacy The tap list, with the exception of the new glarus offerings, was solid but nit spectacular. The bottle list on the other hand was full of Mikkellers, southern Tiers, Stillwater,, and even a Three Floyd’s. they stored the beer in this large copper pot which contained these massive lazy Susan’s. It does make an impression. I also like how they were the beer at something close to cellar temperatures so you can really taste it. I didn’t see too much of a college crowd but then again you’re not likely to see one on a summer Sunday. All in all it was a pretty good hang.
84
  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 8/10
  • SELECTION 13/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE N/A
  • OVERALL 17/20
Dogbrick  (858) Columbus, Ohio | January 8, 2008
(Visited 05/2006): Bodega is on 4th/Pearl in town and is thankfully a short walk from most of the area hotels. Parking does not seem to be an issue, but it probably depends a lot on whether the local college is in session. The interior is pretty small with a lived-in look. There are high tables on one side and the bar is on the other, with not a lot of room between. On the plus side this place has one of the most impressive bottle collections I have ever seen. On the minus side it is dingy in places and the bathroom is a little scary.. And what a beer selection they have! There are around 15 taps, with local/regional selections like Tyranena, Berghoff, & Capital, along with other gems like Kasteel. As for bottles they are pushing 300 with beers from everywhere. Again Wisconsin is well-represented. There is literally no way you could come in here and not find something new and/or something you love. The lazy-susan cooler full of beer bottles behind the bar is worth the trip alone. Service here was great on a Tuesday night. The bartender was helpful in pointing out local brews and knew her selection. She even went as far as to offer the binder with all of their beers. No food is offered here beside popcorn. All in all this place is an unbelievable find for a relatively small city. I am glad to be travelling here for work every few months.
86
  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 9/10
  • SELECTION 13/15
  • FOOD 8/10
  • VALUE 9/10
  • OVERALL 17/20
BVery  (668) Plymouth, Minnesota | September 5, 2011
Tremendous beer bar! "Brew pub" in their name is a bit misleading - they don’t brew their own, but they sure have a heck of a selection of brews! My server was great - he let me sample anything I wanted from their taps. The beer menu can be viewed by style or alphabetically by name (they print 2 different lists), and they also show the beer’s origin, style, RateBeer rating, and the rating from Beer Advocate. Very helpful! Bar is cool - hardwood floors, and a huge collection of tap handles, coasters, and empty bottles (in the windows). Also had the Cubano sandwich - tasty. Great spot.
74
  • AMBIANCE 3/5
  • SERVICE 7/10
  • SELECTION 11/15
  • FOOD 8/10
  • VALUE 9/10
  • OVERALL 16/20
deyholla  (646) Minneapolis, Minnesota | December 30, 2014
A typical "Wisconsin" feel to this bar in downtown Lacrosse. Doesn’t appear to have been updated in ages. Bartender was friendly though has to be asked multiple times for water. Tap list was solid but not outstanding, however a great bottle list is available. Sandwiches were solid for bar food and prices were nice. A cool little place.
80
  • AMBIANCE 5/5
  • SERVICE 7/10
  • SELECTION 13/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 6/10
  • OVERALL 15/20
muzzlehatch  (327) Beloit, Wisconsin | July 20, 2016
A couple of visits over the years, most recently in the fall of 2014. I personally absolutely love the slight-above-dive ambiance and the massive amounts of clutter on the walls and bar - almost detritus. As others have mentioned, not a huge or spectacular tap list generally although given how good the top-level brewing is in WI-MN-IA-IL these days, you could get something pretty special; I had a NG Belgian Red on tap and a bottle of an older (and I believe discontinued at the time) NG beer on my most recent visit, pretty sure my brother had a Surly. Haven’t tried the food except for the cheese curds which were above average. Some of the bottles do seem overpriced, some don’t - best to have an idea of typical pricing in the area before you start shelling out a lot on the more expensive stuff.
82
  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 8/10
  • SELECTION 13/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE N/A
  • OVERALL 16/20
Brigadier  (321) Chagrin Falls, Ohio | June 5, 2010
For being tucked away in the middle of downtown La Crosse this is a diamond in the rough. Offering a very diverse selection of beers from around the region (and world) if you cannot find something here you should consider hanging it up.

The drafts themselves may not be too spectacular. After being spoiled by places like La Cav du Vin, the Beer Engine, and the Great Danes this cannot compete on that level. However if you bear in mind where it is located this has a distinct edge over anything else within probably an hour’s drive.

Be sure to ask if there is anything that might not be listed on the menu. When I was there a couple of things were lurking in the cooler that was either not listed (or I’d just overlooked them). They did let us open a bottle of Two Women Lager and even provided two glasses at no charge. Overall I think I’d come back here if I were in La Crosse again.
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  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 10/10
  • SELECTION 15/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE N/A
  • OVERALL 18/20
ElGaucho  (286) Minnetonka, Minnesota | July 21, 2005| Updated July 24, 2005
I have been going to this place for about 10 years, not continuously, but probably a handful of times over that period. And, it appears to me that the quality of their selection has improved markedly in the past year, although I see from balke_13’s rating that they had beers from many of the brewers I saw on this trip over a year ago. So, perhaps either I didn’t read over the beer list all that closely last year or wasn’t as familiar with the reputations of the brewers. balke_13 didn’t mention Three Floyds, and they now also have their Alpha King. The quality of their tap selection isn’t so hot, however. It is a different selection than you will see other places, but just didn’t have the home run hitters like they do in their bottle selection. The most interesting one I found was Great Lakes Burning River, and it wasn’t that great. I found their prices to be quite reasonable for some beers, and more what I would have expected on others. A bottle of Alpha King was only $3 while DFH 60, 90, & 120 were something like $5, $8, & $16, respectively. Other brewers represented include: De Dolle, New Glarus, Bells, Rogue, Avery, Quilmes, JW Lees, St. Bernardus and much more. Highly recommended.
70
  • AMBIANCE 3/5
  • SERVICE 7/10
  • SELECTION 10/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE N/A
  • OVERALL 15/20
heemer77  (227) Urbandale, Iowa | June 17, 2008
Nice selection of bottles and a few interesting things on tap. I really liked their beer bottle cooler. It’s a converted brew kettle that is used like a lazy susan. The crowd is definitely college town styled. Friendly folks. While the seleciton was good, I was not too impressed as most things seemed to be relatively readily available.
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  • AMBIANCE 1/5
  • SERVICE 1/10
  • SELECTION 1/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE N/A
  • OVERALL 1/20
sthlm  (147) Blank, Alabama | October 13, 2010| Updated June 2, 2017

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