Eagle Park hosts a big party, Component Brewing celebrates a year in business, Oktoberfest makes an early arrival, and so much more this week in beer-related activities.
This is a seriously busy week for beer lovers in Milwaukee. A parking lot party at Ray’s, a pair of big beer festivals, tappings of rare beers, a beer dinner or two, and even a 5K beer run should keep your sipping calendar full.
Eagle Park Brewing releases its first barrel-aged beer this weekend. It’s a safe bet that Bourbon Barrel-Aged Booze for Breakfast will be awesome.
Planning a schedule during Milwaukee Beer Week isn’t easy, but here a few suggestions to get you started.
The Delafield Brewhaus celebrates its 20-year anniversary this week, which is a pretty big deal. Another big deal is Milwaukee Beer Week, which starts on Saturday.
This week, the Milwaukee Beer Society heads west, Surly comes to The Brass Tap and Saturday is a busy with beer events.
Ray’s Growler Gallery has a busy week planned, and there are plenty of other beer-related events out there to choose from.
Saturday seems to be about beer fests. There’s one for sours at MobCraft, one for lagers at Turner Hall, and one for all sorts of beers at Hoyt Park. Choose wisely.
St. Patrick’s Day is Sunday. Please avoid green beer at all costs. But be sure not to avoid this slew of beer-related events. Slainte!
The release of Third Space Brewing’s barrel-aged Mystic Knot Irish-Style Coffee Stout should draw a crowd on Saturday and is the highlight of a very busy beer week.