We've had so much less this summer than expected thanks to COVID-19, but at least we're going to get more of the Traveling Beer Garden, which has extended its tasty tour through late September.
Beer garden season is here. Here's when local beer gardens will open their taps for the challenging 2020 season.
The Brass Tap and 84South mall owners Cobalt Partners have teamed up to create The Lokal Beer Garden in Greenfield, which opens Thursday at 4 p.m.
The Deer District beer garden across the plaza from the Fiserv Forum reopens on Thursday and has a new new food truck on site, too.
As other cities plot to make streetside dining more available as a means for reopening struggling restaurants and bars, Milwaukee-area beer gardens are slowly dipping their toes into the water, and some are fully reopening.
The Sprecher Brewing Outdoor Oasis, at Richard E Maslowski Community Park, 2200 W. Bender Rd., in Glendale, will open Friday, June 5, at 4 p.m.
This year's beer on wheels - there are, in fact, two simultaneous touring beer gardens based around Sprecher fire trucks and Sprecher brews - kicks off at Juneau Park Downtown May 13-31.
The beer garden, which has been putting final touches on its menu and space for the past couple of weeks, will officially open to the public on Friday, Aug. 23 at noon.
Among the newest of the Milwaukee metro area's beer gardens is The Baaree, a family friendly, dog friendly escape located just to the West of The Cheel. It's a great spot to relax, enjoy live music and also to eat!
With the Bucks tearing their way through the NBA, both in the regular season and playoffs, all eyes are on Fiserv Forum. Here's a guide to all the shiny new spots that should have everyone in Milwaukee and beyond herding over to Deer District.
The Village of Wauwatosa will soon have its very own beer garden. That's thanks to plans announced today by the Lowlands Group to roll out a newly expanded patio beer garden overlooking the Menomonee River.
The north half of South 59th Street between National and Greenfield Avenues in West Allis will be closed from May 24 until Nov. 15 to create Kegel's Beer Garden, in collaboration with the nearby Public Table restaurant, says Kegel's co-owner Julian Kegel.
Beer garden fever is spreading. This summer, there will be a brand new series of traveling beer gardens taking place throughout Washington County. And Black Husky Brewing will be pouring.
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.
Milwaukee County has found a way to help celebrate the parks and tap a new source of income to support them. A range of fun merch is now available at ParksforGood.com, created in partnership with the Greater Milwaukee Foundation and Milwaukee artists.