Spend a day in Brewers Hill. Here’s where to eat, shop and have fun.
Milwaukee’s brewing history is rich. Dozens of beers have contributed to that heritage, but here are a few that stand out.
The Milwaukee brewery knows a thing or two about brewing without barley.
As the brewery boom expands, so do the tour offerings.
They’re as much a specialty as lobster rolls are in Maine or key-lime pie in Florida: deep-fried cheese curds (chunks of curdled milk so fresh they squeak) are easy to find in Milwaukee.
What’s in store for the craft beer scene in 2019? We asked a few people in the know to each look into their crystal ball.
Black Friday has become a pretty big day in the craft beer world, and in Milwaukee it just keeps getting bigger.
One of Milwaukee’s breweries is closing, highlighting just how tough the business can be.
Being a brewer isn’t about adulation from fans who adore your perfectly crafted beers. It’s hard work with long hours and requires a fair amount of dealing with the unexpected. I informally polled a few local brewers to find out some things that the beer drinking public may not know about their occupation.
The inaugural Wisconsin IPA Fest last summer was one of the best beer events of 2017. It’s back and bigger in 2018 as the highlight of the second annual Drink Brew City Week, which starts on Thursday, July 26, and runs until Sunday, Aug. 5.