The massive Oktoberfest celebration in Munich, Germany kicks off every year in late September. There are more than few local versions that allow you to revel, in spirit at least, with our German friends.
There are more than a few ways, besides the standard happy hour pricing, to save your hard-earned cash while still enjoying a tasty brew.
Milwaukee’s craft brewery scene offers plenty of great choices. You won’t go wrong with any of these.
Milwaukee has a multitude of great outdoor spots for beer drinking, and most of the breweries in town offer an al fresco option. But there are a few brewery patios and beer gardens that offer something unique.
This diverse neighborhood offers a wide array of watering holes and eateries (many with vegan options, of course), pristine recreation areas and quirky local retailers and art venues.
As the brewery boom expands, so do the tour offerings.
The brewery boom has made it tough to keep up with new breweries in Milwaukee. Here’s a (growing) guide to some of the newer craft beer spots in the area.
The Lowlands Group is teaming up with local breweries in a move that wasn’t possible just a few years ago.
Your favorite Milwaukee beer may say a lot about your personality. We picked a small sample of local brews to analyze the insights that these “go-to” beers say about the person drinking them.
Sometimes you just don’t want to leave Fido at home. Thank goodness Milwaukee has plenty of great drinking and dining spots where dogs can be a part of the fun too, and your favorite four-legged companion can accompany you out for an afternoon beer.