1) AJ Bombers
AJ Bombers is becoming “Bernie’s Bombers” starting October 12, offering a free cup of custard or glass of on-tap beer to any guest “decked out in Brewers gear” for the remainder of their season. Other specials at the restaurant include a baseball glove shaped pretzel, the Braun Double Bacon Burger (created by Ryan Braun), and a cracker-jack concrete.
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2) Club Paragon
Club Paragon is another Brewers fan’s dream, offering deals on 23-ounce tappers, a new cocktail called “Bernie’s Brew,” a pitcher of beer with a pitcher of wings for $21, and other specials on combos, hotdogs and “playoff pasta.”
3) George Webb
Pending the Brewers win this Friday, George Webb may be giving away free hamburgers, something the restaurant hasn’t done since 1987.
4) Mo’s Irish Pub
Mo’s Irish Pub is known for their shuttles to and from Brewers games, but are also now offering $3 Miller Lite drafts for the duration of the game.
5) 4th Base & Major Goolsby’s
4th Base and Major Goolsby’s are also offering game-day food and drink specials as they host watch parties for Milwaukee’s favorite baseball team. Get 20oz Miller Lite draft specials all game long at 4th Base and $3 domestic taps and $10 domestic pitchers at Major Goolsby’s.
SportClub is offering $5 off pitchers of beer on Brewers game days, as well as half off victory champagne when the Brewers win.
7) 138 Bars Around Milwaukee
Miller lost a “bet” with Coors and now has to pick up the tab for the October 12 pre-game. Stop in at any of 138 participating bars for a free Miller Lite between 3 and 5 p.m. on Friday, October 12 (while supplies last). Find the whole list of participating bars here.
8) Turner Hall
Additionally, if you want to catch the Brewers on the big screen, head to Turner Hall on October 15 for Hometown Call at Turner Hall, where you can watch the Brewers-Dodgers game for free. Tavern at Turner opens at 4 p.m. and Turner Hall’s doors open at 5:30.