Missed the Culver's CurderBurger that lasted a matter of two hours last year at participating restaurants? The limited-edition novelty burger will return Oct. 12.
Louie has not met his demise.
Normally the groundbreaking for a new Culver's restaurant doesn't generate this kind of attention, but about 150 people turned out Wednesday for this one.
It joins Abacá in San Francisco; Anajak Thai in Los Angeles; Bacanora in Phoenix; Bonnie’s in New York City; Brennan’s in New Orleans; Canje in Austin, Texas; Daru in Washington, D.C.; and Dear Margaret in Chicago.
All right, Wisconsin, it’s time to roll out the barrel, get those lederhosen and dirndls out of the closet and work on that arm strength. It’s Oktoberfest season!
The beer world is no stranger to a good trend and the newest development sweeping the industry is the consumer focus on alcohol content.
"We've had some visitors from other markets that have come to dine, which has been lovely," said Shaina Robbins Papach, who opened the restaurant last summer on West Washington Avenue, with her husband, chef Joe Papach.
Milwaukee Brewing Co. has announced it's closing both its 4-year-old taproom and brewery near downtown and the Milwaukee Ale House.
"Customer service is just particularly difficult to be in right now," the head of the Wisconsin Restaurant Association said.
It is hard not to feel sad that a fabulous event has come and gone once more.
The relaxing vibes of Saturday are coming to a beer brand near you, courtesy of Young Blood Beer Co.
Ale Asylum, the brewery that led Madison into the craft beer era as we know it, is closing.
I prefer Pilsner malt and wheat because both add dimension to beer without adding heaviness, while a little citrus acid or berry sweetness adds a complementary element to quench almost any thirst.
A Downtown Lake Geneva restaurant had received permission from its neighboring business to extend outdoor seating, but the city has since stepped in and said that is not allowed.
It can be confusing, even to … you know, a beer writer. So let’s figure this all out.
This week the Beer Baron answers your questions about all things brew-related.
The new facility that brews beer over an open fire opens Wednesday.
Check out the signature drink of Wisconsin history using information from official state websites, news, culinary profiles, and historic reports.
Great Dane Pub & Brewing Co. has five locations, three in Madison, one in Fitchburg and one in Wausau. It's about to get a sixth: This one in Japan.
The beers most Americans know by the name of Oktoberfest are actually two similar but distinct styles.
Beers have a long history of fruit and other culinary additions going back to the 19th century.
“You get a plaque, bragging rights, a moment of glory and it’s back to cleaning kettles and kegging,” head brewer Jeff Scanlan said.
Also, Wisconsin Brewing Co. news is all about the expansion into contract brewing.
In the last few years, more brewers have added lagers to their seasonal or permanent lineups as a counterpoint to the still-growing amount of hazy IPA, pastry stout and other beers that do not taste like beer out there.
An event on Sunday at Wisconsin Brewing Company will showcase five beers made by a collaboration of 11 Dane County r=brewers using recipes from a Ukrainian brewery in Lviv.
Dane County brewers have collaborated to produce five beers from Pravda Brewery in Lviv that will be served up Sunday at a beer festival in Verona.