Barley’s Angels Milwaukee turns 4 in August! Come help us celebrate August 4th at the Sprecher Traveling Beer Garden at Greenfield Park. We’ll start the celebration with the next 5k in the Traveling Beer Garden 5k Race Series – either sign up to run or sign up to volunteer at the water stations (or just come for the post-race party).
The race starts at 6:30. We’ll be set up in the beer garden at 6 pm. Please bring a dish to share. Other food will be available to purchase. All race runners and volunteers get a free beer! The Beer Garden will be located at picnic area 3A.
Our July meeting will be held on Thursday, July 14th and we’re headed to visit our friends at Draft & Vessel. The meeting will be a style session on German Weiss beers. More details to come – hope you can join us!
On Thursday, June 2nd we’ll meet at Raised Grain Brewing, located at 2244 W. Bluemound Rd in Waukesha. In addition to tasting Raised Grain’s delicious beers, we’ll be making beer floats! As always, we’ll start with social hour at 6 pm, meeting at 7. Hope you can join us!
Get your creative juices flowing – for our May Meeting, we are headed to Bay View Printing Co. for Drink & Ink – a night of letterpress poster-making fun!
BVPC will supply all the paper, the ink and the press know-how you could possibly need; we bring the creativity and any snacks or beverages we might want to enjoy during the event.
The cost for our Drink & Ink event is $30 and the fun starts at 6 pm. We are limited to 15 people for this event, so you must secure your spot via Eventbrite. Please bring a snack and beer to share (It’s also Cinco de Mayo!)!
Join us for our April Meeting at Ale Asylum Riverhouse, located at 1110 N Old World 3rd Street in Milwaukee. We’ll be sampling and learning about Ale Asylum’s beers! The cost for the meeting is $10 and will get you 8 delicious beer samples, plus a surprise beer. Food will be available to order as well.
Social hour at 6 pm, meeting at 7 pm. Hope to see you there!
Come join us on March 3rd at the Milwaukee County Historical Society! We’ll be checking out the new Brew City Exhibit.
Brew City details the role that beer and brewing has played in shaping Milwaukee’s economy, society, and identity from its earliest roots to modern day. Highlighting artifacts and images from the extensive one-of-a-kind beer and brewing collection of the Historical Society, this exhibit is not to be missed. You can check out more information here: http://www.brewcitymke.com/
The event is free and a cash bar will be available. More details to come!