As it continues to launch new products, including boozy cold brew, white whiskey, strong seltzers and new Captain Pabst-branded beers, Pabst Blue Ribbon is releasing a 100-calorie, peach-flavored hard tea this summer.
The West Bend Theatre opened in the wake of a stock market crash in 1929 and survived. The now-renovated and restored venue celebrated its grand reopening a few weeks ago and was shuttered by the coronavirus social distancing that very same night.
Back in January, we told you about the relaunch of the Pabst Brewery and Taproom, 1037 W. Juneau Ave., as the rebranded Captain Pabst Pilot House. To commemorate the Captain's 184th birthday, the official renaming will take place on Saturday, March 28 with a day-long Grand Opening event.
As the first entry of a new line of craft-style brews arrives on shelves in Wisconsin and Chicago from Pabst Brewing Company, the company's local taproom and brewery is getting a new name.
When I first scaled Building #16A at the former Pabst Brewery site in 2010, sprawled out before me was a site full of possibilities. Nearly a decade later, that 14-story building - the Pabst grain elevators built in 1953 - is the last remaining property at the site left to be developed.
When Pabst announced it would release its own PBR-brand whiskey, we were intrigued, if, admittedly, a little skeptical. We finally got a taste.
A few months after Pabst's hard coffee and hard seltzer hit the shelves, the company's first whiskey since the 1840s is available, as promised earlier in the year. Like you, I want it to be great, but I'm a little skeptical.
Gier Beer, a premium lager brewed with yeast captured at the former Falk Brewery site on the south rim of the Menomonee Valley, will be on tap starting Friday at MobCraft's taproom, 505 S. 5th St., in Walker's Point.
Pabst is launching PBR Hard Coffee is some markets and while some say it takes like Yoo-Hoo, others think it's the punchier cousin of a Starbucks frappuccino.
Like a craft brewery hoping to create a buzz and ramp up production, Chicago's Brewseum is starting out small, doing a collaboration brew while it works to find a permanent home. The first exhibition, "Brewing Up Chicago: How Beer Transformed a City," includes some great Milwaukee materials, and is on view now at the Field Museum in the Windy City.
More than a century and a half after the opening of the first brewery in Milwaukee, the city's identity is still drenched in beer. At Forest Home Cemetery, many of the men who made the beer that made Milwaukee famous lie in repose.
Between parades, Punch Bowl Social, plays and sports, how are you supposed to choose what to do Downtown on Saturday? And most important: Where the heck are you supposed to park and drive through all of it?
The Gufs play The Pabst Theater Dec. 29 (sold out) and 30 with special guest Brian Vander Ark of The Verve Pipe. Other friends of the band may also make special appearances. Both shows start at 7 p.m.
Former Wolf Peach chef Kyle Toner has been appointed as executive chef for Glass + Griddle and Venue Forty Two.
Paste Magazine did the lord's work, gathering up 30 of the nation's most popular macro lagers to determine, in a blind taste test, which of those options is best for quenching one's undemanding thirst. The verdict?