Local Goat Company welcomed to Amherst by Portage County Business Council

On November 3, Portage County Business Council Ambassadors, staff, and Stevens Point Mayor Mike Wiza headed to Amherst to officially congratulate The Local Goat Company on opening their business.

Owners Tammy Carlson and Tiffany Gile believe in keeping things local and serve wines, craft beer, and cocktails from Wisconsin and the Midwest. They also offer goat yoga sessions during the wamer months of the year.

The visit was marked with with a ribbon cutting and a tour of the facility, the former Tomorrow River Supper Club.

The Local Goat Company is just one of several new culinary businesses in Amherst that have opened their doors or changed ownership in the past few months. Beginning with its January 2023 issue, the Community Spirit will feature profiles of each of them.

The Portage County Business Council and others welcomed The Local Goat Company (the former Tomorrow River Supper Club) to Amherst with a ribbon cutting November 3.

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