What to expect from Lakefront Brewery’s Black Friday lineup
Commerce Street is a fun little squiggle at the bottom of the Milwaukee River valley not quite Riverwest (although it mostly is, technically), not quite Brady Street and definitely not Downtown.
We’re not Delaware, or even Michigan. And these are some reasons why.
We do enjoy a drink now and then, don’t we?
Cheers to the lager. Hazy IPAs may be all the rage and sours have become a popular choice among beer drinkers, but the lager has always been there, as a trusted and reliable friend.
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.
A weekend guide to Louisville for ride-or-die Milwaukeeans.
Milwaukee’s craft brewery scene offers plenty of great choices. You won’t go wrong with any of these.
One of Milwaukee’s longest running beer-related traditions takes place on Sunday, April 14.
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.