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Milwaukee County Parks Beer Gardens



Milwaukee, WI 53226
United States

(??.? miles from you)


Milwaukee County Parks Beer Gardens


(??.? miles from you)


Milwaukee, WI 53226
United States


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Quirky Fun

Night Time Fun

Authentic Local Experience

Good Value

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Why You Should Go...

Being a Beer Gardener is about enjoying the Milwaukee County Parks and experiencing the revival of an old Wisconsin tradition. 

It's not about choosing a favorite beer or favorite park. It's about

 

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Why You Should Go...

Being a Beer Gardener is about enjoying the Milwaukee County Parks and experiencing the revival of an old Wisconsin tradition. 

It's not about choosing a favorite beer or favorite park. It's about exploring the diverse park system and celebrating community. It's about engaging with family, friends, neighbors and new friends. It's about supporting the local green spaces of Milwaukee County. It's time to get out and make the most of the parks (& beer). 

 

What You Should Know...

Open: Seasonally:

Payment: Cash

Access: Wheelchair, Service Animals, Pets, Bicycle

Parking: Free On-site, Street, Bicycle

Available: Restaurant, Bar, Concessions, Patio Dining

Extra Fun...

Insider Info

Beer-garden seating is shared. Embrace the tradition of a German beer garden and share the tables with others.

Patrons are welcome to bring in their own food and non-alcoholic beverages. No grilling or carry-in of alcohol is allowed. Alcoholic beverages at the beer gardens are served in glass. Some beer gardens include the glassware, while others require a cash deposit. 

Patrons may bring their own glassware and it will be filled at the corresponding portion price.

Well-behaved dogs are welcome. Just be sure to leash and pick-up after them.

Live, local music varies at each of our beer garden locations. Visit the website for details.

Fun Facts

In 1860 nearly 200 breweries operated in Wisconsin, over 40 were in Milwaukee alone. By the 1890s almost every town had a brewery in operation, and with them came the German tradition of the biergarten. 

Most of the beer gardens closed by World War I, and the remaining were closed by the passing of Prohibition legislation in 1919. Now, after a nearly 100 year absence, parks are proud to bring the tradition back to Milwaukee. 

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Why You Should Go...

Being a Beer Gardener is about enjoying the Milwaukee County Parks and experiencing the revival of an old Wisconsin tradition. 

It's not about choosing a favorite beer or favorite park. It's about exploring the diverse park system and celebrating community. It's about engaging with family, friends, neighbors and new friends. It's about supporting the local green spaces of Milwaukee County. It's time to get out and make the most of the parks (& beer). 

 

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What You Should Know...

Open: Seasonally:

Payment: Cash

Access: Wheelchair, Service Animals, Pets, Bicycle

Parking: Free On-site, Street, Bicycle

Available: Restaurant, Bar, Concessions, Patio Dining

Extra Fun

Insider Info

Beer-garden seating is shared. Embrace the tradition of a German beer garden and share the tables with others.

Patrons are welcome to bring in their own food and non-alcoholic beverages. No grilling or carry-in of alcohol is allowed. Alcoholic beverages at the beer gardens are served in glass. Some beer gardens include the glassware, while others require a cash deposit. 

Patrons may bring their own glassware and it will be filled at the corresponding portion price.

Well-behaved dogs are welcome. Just be sure to leash and pick-up after them.

Live, local music varies at each of our beer garden locations. Visit the website for details.

Fun Facts

In 1860 nearly 200 breweries operated in Wisconsin, over 40 were in Milwaukee alone. By the 1890s almost every town had a brewery in operation, and with them came the German tradition of the biergarten. 

Most of the beer gardens closed by World War I, and the remaining were closed by the passing of Prohibition legislation in 1919. Now, after a nearly 100 year absence, parks are proud to bring the tradition back to Milwaukee. 

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