The Brewers Association has a way to tell if your beer is made by a true craft brewer. Are Milwaukee breweries on board with the plan?
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.
Take some time out of your busy day to savor what’s in your glass, mug, cup or stein.
Beer men Randy Sprecher and Russ Klisch talk about the new local brewing boom.
The founders of Sprecher Brewery and Lakefront Brewery will join forces for a night of great beer and great food at Five O’Clock Steakhouse. Plus: national attention for Milwaukee’s brewery boom, Firkin Fest and much more.
Our blogger’s ongoing quest to visit all 100 of Draft Magazine’s top beer bars. Plus: hardware for Sprecher Brewery, Budweiser’s “America” label and more.
Good City, Third Space, Like Minds and Black Husky are leading Milwaukee’s new brewery boom. Find out when they are opening this summer. Plus: a look ahead to beer festivals coming in early June, this week’s events and more.
Raise a glass to the craft beer trailblazers at Sprecher as the brewery celebrates 30 years with an anniversary bash this weekend.
Those of us who live in the Milwaukee area probably don’t think of our great city as a prime location for destination weddings. However as a wedding planner I get a lot of calls from out-of-state couples who due to either family or sometimes collegiate ties are looking to make Brew City the destination of choice for their pending nuptials. Since these weddings are technically destination weddings in Milwaukee, most of these couples want a location for their event that has a unique Milwaukee feel. Now us locals know that our great city has more to it than brats, beer…
I had a visitor in town this weekend from Austin. As host, it was my duty to show her that Milwaukee is where you go to have a good time. I wanted to make sure she experienced the Lakefront Brewery Tour, but it was closed for Memorial Day. Sprecher was the back-up plan, and I was pleasantly surprised. There were about 30 people on the tour, and our guide was accommodating to the large crew. She made eye contact, cracked a few jokes and knew what she was talking about. What more could you ask for? A beer. Unlike Lakefront,…