The Northwest Wisconsin Business Development Corporation (NWBDC) awarded loan funding to help Round Man Brewing Co. get cooking with the new brew pub’s kitchen and dining equipment.
Round Man Brewing Co., LLC (RMBC)
is an enthusiastic, community-oriented, family-driven business that provides an upscale-unique social experience that is currently unavailable in the Spooner marketplace and its surrounding region. RMBC will not only provide exceptional food and service, but as the name suggests, will specialize in brewing artisan style craft beer for the profit of the company and the appeasement of the consumer. The vision for this business is to curate an experience with the combined facets of the company’s key offerings; food, beer, service, and atmosphere. RMBC anticipates becoming fully operational and open to the public by November 2018.
“We’ve felt so welcomed by the community and frequently get asked at The Dock, ‘when are you going to start brewing your own beer?,’ so as a family we discussed it and realized the opportunity was prime for a craft brewery to start in downtown Spooner,” Sue Churchill explained.
Jeff and Sue Churchill and their son, Spencer, have a combined 60 years of industry and professional experience and will know how to set the exemplary standards that customers will come to expect. The standards will be based upon each of the company’s key offerings, and the resulting product will solidify the satisfaction of the consumer at a reasonable and competitive value. RMBC’s brew master lives in Spooner, has over 10 years of brewing experience, and has completed several craft beer courses.
The products and services provided will consist of a full line of original brews, a fully stocked and operational kitchen, and a fully stocked and operational bar. Each component serves as a complimentary feature to the next. The unity of the three will result in a full-scale brewpub. The management and operation of RMBC is to be broken down into separate teams as to allow for absolute focus by its managing member. This will maintain a healthy workload to ascertain the optimal business success.
“The Dock Coffee and Round Man Brewing Co. are excited to share a synergistic relationship throughout the marketplace and could attract more attention to the downtown Spooner area after 5 P.M.,” said General Manager Spencer Churchill.
’s revolving loan funding provided the needed leverage to fund the completion of RMBC. This project is expected to create 20 jobs in Spooner, Wisconsin. To see if your business would qualify for a startup, transition or expansion loan product at NWRPC, contact loan fund manager Ken Pearson
at (715) 635-2197.