The new brewery and tasting room will open in a former church, at the southeast corner of W. Juneau Ave. and N. 11th St., that was later used as an employee training and conference center by Pabst Brewing….
Via FREE WHITEWATER.
Via Today Is National Coffee Day–Get Freebies Across The Country @ CAFFEINATED POLITICS.
Via Which Profession Consumes The Most Coffee? @ CAFFEINATED POLITICS.
Via PolitiFact? More like PolitiFarce! @ Blogging Blue.
This is what it means to be Wisconsin on a Sunday afternoon in August: sweet corn picked fresh, steamed and dripping with butter; beer and brats at a small-town festival. Via Sweet corn and beer went dow good on a summer Sunday in Hubbleton, Wis. @ Blaska’s Bring It!
For much of the war, the massive Union Army of the Potomac made up the second-largest population center in the Confederacy, and each morning this sprawling city became a coffee factory. First, as another diarist noted, “little campfires, rapidly increasing to hundreds in number, would shoot up along the hills and plains.” Then the encampment…
It’s just not popular: In a survey by Consumer Edge Insight, referenced by NBC News, 27% said the main reason they are buying fewer flagship light beers from Anheuser-Busch and MillerCoors is that they are getting tired of the light beer taste. Via Consumers getting tired of ‘lite’ beer taste @ JS Pulse Blog.
Home brewing now legal in all 50 states. Via Party on: Home brewing now legal in every state @ JS All Politics Blog.
Using statewide legislation to prevent local ordinances against really big cups of soda. [So even Sconnies are calling it soda now? Guess so — ed.] Via How Much Soda is Too Much? @ Brookfield Patch.
Québéois. Via Wauwatosa Patch.
Mayor Soglin’s Nanny City. Via Badger Herald.
Inevitable. Via WISN.
Watch New Glarus Brewing on PBS. See more from Wisconsin Foodie.
You can turn out the lights and lock the door now. Via Wausau Daily Herald
Oh, brother. Via WTMJ.
Via Wisconsin Historical Society.
Two-gallon-a-day habit. Via WISN.
Sure to be as good as much of what’s on market now. Via Wausau Daily Herald.