Here are the Southeastern Wisconsin breweries that are open for on-site drinking, from Kenosha to Cedarburg. Sorry, MKE, you’ll have to wait a bit yet.
Some great new beers to try and another clever idea from MobCraft.
MobCraft is putting its outstanding sour program to work with a fundraising beer to benefit breweries that need help and state brewers guilds.
This surprising bit of news has us questioning the list’s methods.
Plenty of new beers to try this week, and a beer drive-thru should provide plenty to drink during Memorial Day weekend.
Timing can be everything when opening a brewery or bar. And right now, in the wake of COVID-19, it’s safe to say that timing kinda sucks. But a few locals are making big changes and are determined to make it work.
It’s not the busiest virtual beer week, but there are plenty of happenings worth checking out, including a tasty hazy beer release courtesy of Raised Grain and a worthy charity event at Milwaukee Brewing.
The brewery surveyed its fans about their thoughts on when and how it might reopen its two breweries on the East Side and in Muskego.
Taprooms may not be open, but beer releases are still happening and local brewers are offering up some outstanding brews. This week, Gathering Place Brewing, Sahale Ale Works and 1840 Brewing lead the way by offering beers worth checking out.
Lager & Friends had been scheduled for March, but now it’s going online with presentations by brewers, virtual “prost!”s and a collaboration beer you can pick up in Riverwest.