(Press Release) MILWAUKEE, WI—Lakefront Brewery, Inc. announced it will release a whiskey barrel-aged version of their Beer Line Organic Barley Wine in April. The Brewery claims it is the first USDA-certified Organic barrel-aged barley wine in the United States. The robust brew (14 percent ABV), held for 18 months in USDA-certified Organic rye whiskey barrels... View Article
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News March 14, 2014 - Staff
(Press Release) MILWAUKEE—Lakefront Brewery, Inc. announced it is hosting the 26th annual Blessing of the Bock on Sunday, March 23. The celebration will feature a specially-brewed Bock style beer not sold in stores and proceeds will benefit the Milwaukee Homeless Veterans Initiative. The event is a way to mark the return of spring, according to brewery representative,... View Article
News November 20, 2013 - Staff
(Press Release) MILWAUKEE—For the third straight year, Lakefront Brewery, Inc. will celebrate the infamous start of the holiday shopping season with a “Black Friday” event, featuring a limited edition beer. The special brew, Black Friday™ Imperial India-Style Black Ale, will be available only at the brewery and only for one day – if that. (It sold out... View Article
Beer Travelers - Full Pints March 1, 2007 - Paul Ruschmann
If you spend enough time beer traveling, the road will lead you to Wisconsin. It’s a place where the corner tavern is still a cherished institution, there are more craft breweries than any other state in the region, and every town seems to have a beer festival, an Oktoberfest, or both.
Beer Talk September 1, 2006 - - -
Brewery: Lakefront Brewery Milwaukee, WI Available: CT, RI, NY, PA, VA, NC, FL, TN, OH, GA, IN, MI, IL, WI, MN, IA, CO, NV New Grist is one of a handful of beers produced for consumers who are sensitive to gluten. Currently, the FDA does not allow any beverage to make a “gluten-free” claim until... View Article
Beer Travelers - Full Pints May 1, 2003 - Stan Hieronymus
We have a friend who is devoted to blues—music, that is. For years he has been talking about traveling to Memphis and then heading south into the Mississippi Delta for a tour deluxe, visiting historic spots and listening to the blues in steamy juke joints.