Suburban Milwaukee taprooms have started reopening - like The Fermentorium Barrel House in Wauwatosa and the patio at The Explorium Brewpub in Greendale - and the latest is Sheboygan's 3 Sheeps. Also, MobCraft's Sour Fest is moving online.
If Milwaukee's examples are an accurate microcosm of the hundreds of versions of All Together IPA being brewed around the world, there is an incredibly vast rainbow of All Together colors, levels of haze, variety of flavors and aromas out there, all being created by brewers who, like the rest of us, are all in this together.
We asked a number of local brewers how they're being affected by the Safer at Home order and how they see things shaking out once we've moved ahead. Their replies were thoughtful and interesting. Here's what they had to say.
Late last week, Brooklyn's Other Half Brewing Company announced All Together, an international collaboration IPA that will raise money to support out of work folks in the craft beer industry. So far, two area brewers are taking part.
There are so many reasons why the rise of craft beer is a wonderful thing, but surely near the top of the list is the seemingly endless avalanche of inventive and interesting limited and special release brews. Here's some of what you can taste this holiday season.
This week I wrote about hazelnuts in yummy desserts. Today, it's all about yummy beers and some collaboration brew projects that support good causes.
After a soft opening, Sahale Ale Works - the name rhymes with koala - opened to the public last week in Grafton, though it's only open on weekends at the moment.
Beer and ice cream are both in the works at an exciting new development on the corner of 70th Street and West North Avenue in Wauwatosa. Both businesses are part of a larger vision for the development, which was designed to fill a variety of needs in the community.
If you're a beer-lover looking for a spring getaway, you just might find it at the annual Kohler Festival of Beer, which takes place April 28-29 at Kohler.