Beerntsen Confectionary

Preserving Tradition One Chocolate At a Time

Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Tom Beerntsen is the third generation of his family to own and operate Beerntsen Confectionary. Founded in 1932 by Tom's grandfather, this specialty chocolate and hard candy business is dedicated to preserving old family traditions and candy-making methods. Hard candies are still made in copper kettles with wooden paddles, while chocolates are dipped by hand. The Beerntsen family uses these generations-old techniques along with the finest ingredients to ensure the quality and flavor of their sweet treats. True to their traditional manufacturing practices, the company store in Manitowoc still has an old-fashioned ice cream parlor atmosphere.

Beerntsen Confectionary makes over 125 different types of candies and chocolates each year, some sold nationwide  including custom corporate gift items, molded novelty and seasonal items, custom wedding products and a complete line of assorted chocolates: turtles, peanut butter cows and other assortments.

Beerntsen Confectionary is unable to ship chocolates to destinations where temperatures are above 90 degrees.