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Pricing and Payment Questions
Booking and Details Questions
Food and Beverage Questions
Pricing and Payment
Is there a fee for the room?
There is a $50 room rental fee for all private events. Additionally, a minimum food and beverage purchase is required.
Food and Beverage Minimums;
Monday – $300
Tuesday – $300
Wednesday – $300
Thursday – $300
Friday – $800
Saturday – $800
Sunday – $300
How do I pay for my event?
Your event must be paid in full the night of. The server or bartender will present the bill to the host at the end of the evening. We do accept cash, debit, or credit.
What if we do not meet the minimum purchase?
Food and beverage minimums that are not met will be charged as an additional room charge.
Booking and Details
How do I reserve the English Room?
You can reserve the English Room by calling us at 920-731-3322. A booking contract and credit card number will be required to secure your date.
How many does the English Room seat?
The English Room seats up to 40 for a sit down dinner or holds up to 50 for cocktails and appetizers.
When do I need to have my details in by?
To ensure proper staffing and product availability, all event details including menu selection and headcount, must be finalized 14 days prior to your event.
Can I decorate the room?
You are welcome to decorate the room in advance of your event. We typically allow guests to put up decorations within one hour prior to their event. You may be able to set up decorations earlier than one hour before with prior approval depending on other events on the same day. No decorations may be nailed, tacked, or stapled to the walls or equipment. No confetti or glitter of any kind is allowed inside Stone Arch Brewpub. If confetti is used you will be charged a $100 cleaning fee (It’s nearly impossible to get out of our carpet.)
How long do I have the room for?
Parties are typically contracted for five hours. If you would like your event to go longer than five hours, please notify us during the booking process.
Can I book my event on the beer garden?
Unfortunately due the size of our beer garden and weather concerns, we are unable to book events on our beer garden.
How do I cancel my event?
Food and Beverage
Can I bring in my own food?
According to Wisconsin Administrative Code (DH & SS, Section 196.07) no food may be allowed in any function room from outside sources. The only exception is a cake. The cake must be produced in a commercial, health inspected kitchen (i.e. not homemade). You are welcome to bring in a cake from a professional bakery or grocery store bakery.
Can we just order off of the regular menu?
Events with 15 people or less may order off of our regular menu. Unfortunately groups over 15 people would have to limit their menu choices based on the capacity of our kitchen. This helps to ensure all of your guests receive their food at the same time and helps keep the flow of our restaurant in sync. The only exception to this rule is if you are ordering pizzas off of the menu. A host may order pizzas off of the menu by the pizza for their event. In this instance we do prefer a preorder of pizzas where possible. You will be charged the regular menu price for the pizzas.
I like an item from your regular menu, can we have it for our event?
Certain items from our regular menu may be able to be incorporated into your special limited menu. The items on our special events menu are the quickest to prepare and will allow of your guests to be served around the same. Select items may be able to be incorporated with advanced notice however they may affect delivery times of food for your guests.
Does a corny keg, quarter barrel, or half barrel have to be the same type of beer?
Corny kegs, quarter barrels, and half barrels of beer are only one type. If you would like to split them up into different flavors we would suggest going with the value pricing option.
What happens if I do not finish all of my beer or food?
We do not allow excess food or drinks to be taken home. We unfortunately cannot control the proper handling and storage of food or drinks after they have been taken off premise. In order to prevent illness, legal liability, or poor publicity associated with the mishandling of food or drinks, we unfortunately are unable to allow anything to be removed from our facility. There will be no exceptions to this policy.