There’s a lot to love in the communities of Pewaukee, Oconomowoc, Genesee Depot, Wauwatosa, Delafield, Hartland, Brookfield, Waukesha, West Allis, Elm Grove, Wales, Okauchee, Nashotah and West Milwaukee.
When the temps rise, the ABV goes down.
Milwaukee’s craft brewery scene offers plenty of great choices. You won’t go wrong with any of these.
Milwaukee’s brewing history is rich. Dozens of beers have contributed to that heritage, but here are a few that stand out.
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.
Black Friday has become a pretty big day in the craft beer world, and in Milwaukee it just keeps getting bigger.
When local businesses work together, it’s good for Milwaukee. In the case of Sunday’s Beers Beans Burritos South Side Brunch, it’s also really good for fans of brunch and beer.
Waukesha’s busy brewmasters at Raised Grain balance practicing medicine and making delicious beer.
High demand is great for a brewery. But when it begins to outpace supply, things get tricky.