Brewhaha expanding to four Woodman’s Food Market locations throughout Madison, surrounding area

Emilie Conlon, Editor-in-Chief


Brewhaha’s product on the shelves at the Woodman’s Food Market on Madison’s west side.
Photo by Quincy Aston-Lott, Managing Editor

Brewhaha coffee, headquartered in Spring Green, is now available in Woodman’s Food Market stores throughout the Madison and Milwaukee area, as the coffee roastery is expanding the stores that offer its local whole bean blends. 

Different whole bean and single cup pod options now available at four Wisconsin Woodman’s locations, Madison East and West along with Sun Prairie and Waukesha. 

Pat Mahoney, one partner in Brewhaha, said the coffee roasters would like to expand to all 18 Woodman’s locations in Wisconsin in the near future. 

“We are proud to be in a larger chain like Woodman’s. It is no easy task to get larger chains to carry your product,” said Mahoney. “The long term goal is to expand in Wisconsin, then the Midwest, then the whole country.” 

Locally, Brewhaha coffee is served at the Paper Crane at Arcadia Books in Spring Green, the Mazo Grind in Mazomanie and Christy’s Sunnyside Cafe in Richland Center along with many other cafes. Brewhaha coffee is also served at Coffee on the River in Lansing, Iowa. 

When it comes to purchasing coffee blends in-store, Brewhaha can be found at many local retailers, and a few larger retailers such as Festival Foods in Madison, and Metcalfes Hilldale and Metcalfes West in Madison. 

“We would like to thank all of our customers for supporting Brewhaha Roasters!  We, very much, appreciate you buying and enjoying our coffee.  And telling your friends about it,” said Mahoney.  “We look forward to continuing to serve Southwest Wisconsin and beyond.  Thank you! Thank You!”