News reports about dairy farmers being forced to dump milk and produce have been joined by stories of craft brewers in Portland, Oregon, and South Carolina facing the same horror of seeing their product and profit go right down the drain as sales tank during the coronavirus shutdown. Are brewers here dumping beer?
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.
One of the oldest buildings in Downtown Milwaukee has stood sentinel at 320 E. Clybourn Ave. for nearly 150 years, weathering good times and bad. The building will become home to the Central Standard Craft Distillery tasting room, bottle shop and innovation distillery.
You've been "86'd." Cut. Eliminated. Sent home. They're words no one (ever) wants to hear. They're also key words which will come into play during Central Standard Craft Distillery's inaugural 86'd: Battle of the Bartenders competition taking place on Monday, Feb. 25.
Beer festivals are fun, but they also pose a conundrum. How does one get to and from the festival safely? The Wisconsin Beer Lovers Festival, coming up on June 17 at Bayshore Town Center, is tackling the issue head-on with a creative, fun new offering.
According to information released today, Central Standard Craft Distillery will establish a new production facility at 2330 W. Clybourn St. The project is expected to assist the distillery in keeping up with demand and expanding its product line.
Milwaukee's newest distillery is open to the public in Walker's Point.