For the first time in its three-year brewing history, New Barons Brewing Cooperative will have its own taproom and brewery. And its one they know intimately.
In this trying time, numerous bars and breweries have taken advantage of their ability to offer carry-out beer, wine and liquor to the general public.
Between time spent working and trying to keep the kids focused on schoolwork (ha ha ha), there's a lot of hours in the day. This is some of what I've seen and done during those hours. I hope you'll drop me a comment or two and let me know what you're doing, too.
The Packard Brothers, whose "Hey, Pass Me A Beer" video went viral in 2012, are still at it and their new video was filmed in a number of local breweries.
New Barons Brewing Cooperative, Drink Brew City and Faklandia Brewing are hosting a Beer Drive-Thru on Saturday from 1 to 6 p.m. at the Faklandia's new and future home, 3807 S. Packard Ave., in St. Francis, formerly the 42 Ale House.
Lately, folks have been wondering if they can get beer from local craft brewers delivered to their homes so that they can help support struggling hometown brewers during the coronavirus-inspired shutdowns. The short answer is no.
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.
Mike Doble, who opened The Explorium Brewpub in Southridge Mall in Greendale in January 2017, has announced that he'll open a second location Downtown in the Pritzlaff Building.
Milwaukee's pioneering Sprecher Brewing Co. has been sold to a group of local investors.
To get to know new Marcus Center CEO Kendra Whitlock Ingram a little better, we asked her what she was most excited about to explore in her new city. She and her husband previously lived in Denver.
It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's 71 stainless steel kegs - formerly foaming with beer - appearing to tumble off the side of Lakefront Brewery, 1872 N. Commerce St., into a remarkably neat stack.
Less than a year after announcing it would open a taproom and brewery in Walker's Point, Minneapolis' Indeed Brewing Company has set an opening date.
Seeing it months ago in the University of Minnesota Press catalog, I just knew that Doug Hoverson's "The Drink That Made Wisconsin Famous: Beer and Brewing in the Badger State" would be worth checking out. That turned out to be a massive understatement.
Dead Bird Brewing owners Nick Kocis and Jeremy Hach are almost ready to unveil their much-anticipated Halyard Park brewery and taproom. They hope to be open the doors within the next two weeks.
Brewery tours are not only a great way to relax and unwind with friends, but also learn more about the age-old process of beer making and what makes Wisconsin's frosty brews so unique. Read on for some of our favorites, but be careful - you might get thirsty.