7 Beer Events Brewing This Week in Milwaukee: Sept. 22-25

Beer events are plentiful as fall gears up. And that’s a good thing.

It’s a big week for Oktoberfests, so check out our list of a few you can’t miss before planning your week.

Wednesday , Sept. 23

Indeed Brewing (530 S. 2nd St.) is tapping a collaboration with Broken Bat and MobCraft. Eclectic Souls is a Kölsch-style beer made with agave and passion fruit. The beer was made for Walker’s Point Appreciation Week and you’ll see it around elsewhere if you miss the tapping and Indeed.

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Friday, Sept. 25

“All Things Walker’s Point” is theme this weekend at Party on Pitt, the large outdoor beer patio adjacent to Broken Bat Brewing (135 E. Pittsburgh Ave.). Tickets are $30 and essentially serve as a $30 beer voucher. Hours are 3:30 to 9 p.m. on Friday, noon to 9 p.m. on Saturday, and noon to 7 p.m. on Sunday. Check out the details on Facebook.

The new Explorium location in the Third Ward (143 W. Saint Paul Ave.) is open!

Fall Fest at The Lokal beer garden (8415 Sura Ln.) means beers from Eagle Park, Drekker and Mikerphone — that’s a pretty good lineup — being tapped at 4 p.m. alongside a few Oktoberfest brews. The two days of fun, the festivities happen on Saturday as well, include live music and food trucks.

Vennture Brew Co. (5519 W. North Ave.) is releasing its Oktoberfest at 4 p.m. Heaven’s Table will be there serving up sausage and rib ends.

Saturday, Sept. 26

Third Space Brewing is wrapping up its fourth anniversary month with a virtual celebration from 4 to 5 p.m. See the details.

Gathering Place Brewing Company (811 E. Vienna Ave.) is releasing two brews in cans and on tap at 2 p.m. Snag some Heated Debate Double IPA or, if the state of the world has you debating far too much, a more refined Prière Belgian Single.

Sunday, Sept. 27

Eagle Park Brewing (S64 W15640 Commerce Center Pkwy., Muskego) hosts Beers & Gears starting at 11 a.m. The exotic car show benefits the Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin.

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Dan Murphy has been reviewing bars for Milwaukee Magazine for roughly 15 years. He’s been doing his own independent research in them for close to 25.