Aug 21, 2015 | News / Blog
Wisconsin Brewers are dedicated to the revival of Wisconsin’s brewing heritage through the production, marketing and sale of top quality craft beers. The history of brewing in Wisconsin began thirteen years before it became a state and a year before it even became a territory. By the late 1890’s nearly every community in Wisconsin had at least one operating brewery. Craft Beer Festivals are popping up all over Wisconsin and these beer artisans have master their craft. Koepsel’s Farm Market offers a massive selection of Wisconsin Craft Beers for sale.
View our favorite Craft Beers for all over the United States that we offer here at our Farm Market in Door County:
Sep 25, 2014 | News / Blog
Koepsel’s Farm Market
Our market includes home-made jams, jellies, fruit butters and canned goods, as well as fresh bakery items, meats, smoked fish, cheeses, fresh vegetables & fruits, Door County wines and Door County maple syrups.
You name it; we have it at Koepsel’s Farm Market. Our selection and variety of items available for purchase is incredible and now you can purchase some of these items year round via our online store.
Our market is easy to get to, just watch for the signs along Hwy 57 on your way up to Sister Bay and Northern Door County. Click here for directions & map. There is plenty of parking on both sides of the market. Our market has lots of space and is easy to walk through.
Present owners Kevin and Karrie Oram work at the market every day along with their children Karina and Kami. Karrie’s great great great grandfather Increase Claflin was the first white settler in Door County (circa 1835) and she is third generation Koepsel, carrying on the canning and baking practices set forth by her grandmother Emma and mother Mildred. Daughters Karina and Kami are now the fouth generation canners.Kevin’s Grandmother was born in Bailey’s Harbor in 1886 so both families go way back in Door County history.
Sep 25, 2014 | News / Blog
Koepsel’s Door County
We have a large selection of unique Door County antiques. Looking for something special to add to your collection? When you visit Koepsel’s Farm Market in Door County, don’t forget to check out the Antique Barn where we offer a large selection of unique antiques including antique furniture, antique fishing lures, antique signs, antique toys, antique chairs, antique kitchen ware, antique tables, antique lanterns, antique cabinets, antique desks, antique dressers, and more.
Koepsel’s Farm Market is located on the quiet side of Door County, Wisconsin between Baileys Harbor and Sister Bay, our farm market is a “must stop” for all Door County visitors. We are the oldest farm market in Door County and the recipes used to make our jams, jellies, and canned goods date back even earlier than the year we opened for business in 1958. We also have a nice selection of Door County Antiques in our Antique Barn.