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07.18.2014 | 41 days ago | Posted at 09:00 AM
By Nathaniel Scharping
Wine has long been the drink of choice for fine meals, but two local establishments are exploring the culinary potential of another alcoholic beverage. Sprecher Brewery and c.1800, a Walker’s Point restaurant specializing in farm-to-table meals, are offering a five-course dinner pairing popular Sprecher beers such as the Special Amber and Black Bavarian with a meal custom-designed by c.1800 chef...
02.10.2014 | | Posted at 02:00 PM
By Evan Rytlewski
In the competition to come up with unique brews in a suddenly very crowded craft beer market, Milwaukee's Sprecher Brewing Company is holding its own. Today the brewery announced its latest limited edition beer: a braggot called Beyond. Braggots are a mead-style beer made with honey and barley malt. Sprecher's twist on the fermented drink uses the same Wisconsin honey as the brewery's sodas, along...
Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013

With 500 bottles of beer on the wall, there’s no lack of options

 For people who are concerned that the World of Beer franchise won’t offer enough craft beers from the area, relax. There are lots of local brews represented here
Monday, May 13, 2013
At Pat's Rib Place (151 E. Sunset Dr., Waukesha), a few booths and about as many stools accommodate folks who come for Southern-style barbeque with blues wafting through the fragrant air. Pork and beef ribs are a specialty
Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Randy Sprecher launches Chameleon Brewing

Here in Milwaukee the Sprecher name is a familiar one. It can be found all over town, from the labels on the gourmet soda and craft beer produced at the Sprecher Brewery in Glendale, to the signs that show sponsorship of a number of local events and charities. The brewery’s founder, Randy Sprecher...
Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2009

How craft brewers revived Milwaukee’s beer tradition

By the 1970s, American beer was a mass- produced commodity with little character, culture or, let’s face it, flavor. Faceless machines and automated programming dominated the immense brewing industry. The distinguished traditions and styles of brewing that the German immigrants carried...

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