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ELEVEN VALKYRIE BEERS ON TAP!
Taproom Hours: Thursdays 4-8PM
Fridays - Saturdays from 12-8PM
Tours: Saturdays at 1PM.    715-837-1824

Valkyrie Brewing Company (FKA. Viking) is a small, family-owned and operated microbrewery (Est. 1994) in the Village of Dallas in Northwest Wisconsin. We are passionate about beer and we are committed to crafting the BEST quality beer possible by using the finest ingredients available and brewing with the most sustainable methods achievable.


Beers that we have in bottles at the brewery.
War Hammer           
Rubee
Dragon Blade
4 Bitten Fruit       
Big Swede
Raven Queen
Lime Twist
Night Wolf        
Crimson Wonder

Valkyrie is honored to be one of the five Wisconsin breweries who were awarded energy efficiency grants by the Wisconsin Department of Administration (DOA) and Department of Natural Resources (DNR) through the U.S. Department of Energy State Energy Program.

With this grant we bought an oil press and converted the burner in our boiler to one that burns vegetable oil. This allows us to replace much of our use of fossil fuels with vegetable oil that we extrude from locally grown seeds and from waste vegetable oil (bio-oil) from local restaurants.




Walkyrien (c. 1905) by Emil Doepler

Valkyrie (1908) by Stephan Sinding in Copenhagen, Denmark


We thank you very kindly for supporting our brewery!
Randy and Ann Lee - Owners
Call us at (715) 837-1824 or send us an email at 
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What is a Valkyrie?
In Norse mythology, a Valkyrie (translated from Old Norse “chooser of the slain”) is a female figure that decides who lives and who dies in battle.


Illustration of a Valkyrie by Arthur Reckham drawn for Wagner's opera "The Ring"
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After the battle, the Valkyries chose half of those who had fallen and carried them to a place called Valhalla, the Vikings’ version of heaven (a drinking hall) which was ruled over by the god Odin. There, the deceased warriors prepared for the great battle at the end of the world (Rognarok) while the Valkyries brought them drink.


The Valkyrie's Vigil (1906) by Edward Robert Hughes


Mural on Valkyrie's taproom wall that Ann painted.