Menomonee Valley

The Menomonee Valley, located on the southern bend of the Menomonee River, separates Downtown from the South Side. Although it was once the industrial hub of the city, the Menomonee Valley is now home to Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, Miller Park (home of the Milwaukee Brewers), the Harley-Davidson Museum, a portion of the Hank Aaron State Trail and a handful of eateries.

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Third Space moves Wisconsin IPA Fest online with 12 brews this year

July 31, 2020 10:02 a.m.

In 2019, 51 Wisconsin brewers converged on Third Space Brewing in the Menomonee Valley for the third annual Wisconsin IPA Fest. This year, on Saturday, Aug. 22, 12 brewers will meet on the internet, where, hopefully, beer lovers will join them to talk about brewing Wisconsin, IPAs and more.

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The making of a Brewers viral video

July 15, 2020 3:16 p.m.

Each spring, the Brewers produce a viral movie parody video to get fans ready for the season. In 2020, that video almost died on the vine. But because there will be baseball this summer the Brewers were able to release their homage to "Back To The Future,” shot way back at the beginning of the spring training in Phoenix. Here's how it came together.

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Brewers team store and Miller Park restaurant reopen

June 26, 2020 5:01 p.m.

The Milwaukee Brewers announced today the reopening of the Brewers Team Store and the Restaurant To Be Named Later at Miller Park. The Brewers Team Store opens Tuesday, June 30 and the restaurant is slated to open Friday, July 10.

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Harley-Davidson Museum to host blood drives to mitigate emergency shortage

June 26, 2020 4:30 p.m.

As the coronavirus pandemic rages on, the national blood shortage has dipped to dangerous levels. Since March, over 600 blood drives have been canceled in the State of Wisconsin, creating a vital need for donations. In response, the Harley-Davidson Museum will be hosting two blood drives on both July 1 and 2.