The upstart brewery returns to its founders’ suburban roots and branches into ciders and spirits with a $3 million facility planned for a December opening.
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.
These are our beer expert’s best-of-the-year picks
Hazy and juicy IPAs are all the rage, but let’s not forget the hoppier brews that got us here.
For the second year in a row, Wisconsin IPA Fest appeared to go off without a hitch, and throngs of beer lovers got to try some of the best IPAs in the state.
Summer and beer go together like, well, summer and beer. Here are a few beer suggestions that should work well with warm weather. Cheers!
Sour beers and wild ales barely existed on the local brewery landscape just a year or two ago. Now, the funky and tart flavored brews are becoming more prevalent, which is good news for craft beer fans who prefer the wild side.
In early June, a homebrewer and his two cousins are opening the brewery in the former Eagle Park space in the Lincoln Warehouse.
A fitting music thread runs throughout the young brewery’s inviting new East Side space.
It’s all systems go on the brewery that relocated from Bay View.