Cocktailing and beer drinking are year-round sports in Milwaukee, but the peak season generally coincides with our all-too-brief flirtations with warm weather. Here are some spots to enjoy a cold one and social distance.
I have taken a bath with a glass of wine before, and I have drank coffee while showering, but last night I joined the ranks of millions (?) and experienced my first showerbeer.
It's shamed into secrecy, but everyday drinking is a reality for many in Wisconsin. Let's talk about this.
With so many places to choose from, it's easy for some locales - even truly classic Cream City clubs - to fall between the cracks or hide in plain sight. So here are just a few of those hidden gems that you should discover for your next drink.
Milwaukee is a city that loves to drink. But as more and more folks - young folks, too - shy away from alcohol in favor of a healthier lifestyle, things can get a bit complicated.
Suddenly, the warm-and-comfy factor in bars is a big deal, and so OnMilwaukee stepped up and went out on a couple of windy, chilly nights last week to scout out some of the city's coziest bars.
If you're axing alcohol for a New Year's resolution or just for Dry January, you can still drink well at bars without the booze thanks to contributor Erik Kennedy's continuing quest for mocktails in Milwaukee.
In this new episode of "Over a Beer," Katie Leinenkugel talks with OnMilwaukee's Matt Mueller about growing up a Leinenkugel, selling beer in these increasingly seltzer-obsessed times and - most importantly - her love of "The Bachelor."
For some patios, the season is almost over, but Steny's can now keep theirs open 365 days a year.
Stop by Muse Brews at the Newaukee Night Market on Wednesday, Sept. 11. for a sample of kombucha and decide for yourself if it's a go or a no.
OnMilwaukee, a digital media company and publisher of the daily online magazine of the same name, earned four awards from the Milwaukee Press Club.
The results are in.
For the fifth straight year - and eighth overall - readers chose Bay View as Milwaukee's best bar district.
Milwaukee may be a city with strong German roots, but when it comes to pubs, we're as Irish as Brian Boru. Here's a guide to spots where you can kick back, relax, raise a pint and toast slainte.
For those needing something to help keep them warm this week, here's a sentence that should help: We're just a handful of weeks away from beer garden season. And to confirm it, Milwaukee County Parks today announced the stops for the 2019 Traveling Beer Garden tour.