Owner Brian Sammons is using a formula from the World Health Organization to make hand sanitizer and donating it to Waukesha's Hebron Housing Services, which operates three 24-hour-a-day homeless shelters that accommodate individuals and families.
As coffee shops, craft brewers and distillers, and bar and restaurant owners struggle financially during the restrictions in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, we're all wondering how we can help. One way is to buy the cool merch online.
As news has spread that craft distilleries around the country are making hand cleaners with the alcohol they've distilled, Central Standard Distillery in Milwaukee says it will convert some of its high-proof vodka into disinfectant spray that it will offer free to high-risk groups.
Central Standard officially announced that the locally-born craft distillery will purchase the historic Wisconsin Leather Building, found at 320 E. Clybourn St., with plans to open a new tasting room, rooftop patio and more in the Downtown hub this summer.
SipAround has introduced a new, interactive element to its venture, with the aim of getting beer- and cocktail-lovers out and about, experiencing Milwaukee's craft breweries, tap rooms, distilleries and bars at a nice discount. It's called SipTrails and here's what it's all about.
The Milwaukee Art Museum's Cafe Calatrava will feature a series of events in the month of May.
Milwaukee's newest distillery is open to the public in Walker's Point.