2017 Beer Garden Season in The Parks: Final Weekend, Nov. 4-5
Beer will be “free flowing” Sunday, beginning at 4 p.m., at the South Shore Terrace with free beer until it runs out or 6 p.m.
MILWAUKEE – Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele today announced that Saturday and Sunday, South Shore Terrace Kitchen & Beer Garden and the Estabrook Beer Garden will celebrate the final days of the 2017 Beer Garden Season in The Parks.
South Shore Terrace, operated by the Parks Concessions Division, will offer food and beer specials throughout the weekend. Patrons bringing their own pint glasses will see them filled with beer for only $3 each. A limited number of souvenir pint glasses and steins will be available for purchase. Beer will be “free flowing” Sunday, beginning at 4 p.m., with free beer until it runs out or 6 p.m.—whichever comes first. Indoor and outdoor seating, as well as gas-fired warming pits, will be available. South Shore Terrace Kitchen & Beer Garden is located at 2900 South Shore Drive. Details are available at https://www.southshoreterrace.com/
Estabrook Beer Garden, ranked on the Thrillist as one of the best beer gardens in America, will offer half-priced beer, Saturday and Sunday. The beer garden is promoted as “America’s Beer Garden,” and The First Public Beer Garden in the U.S.A. since Prohibition. The beer garden was developed and is operated by ABC Estabrook, Inc. at 4600 Estabrook Drive. Details are available at http://www.estabrookbeergarden.com/
Also at Estabrook Park, on Saturday the Hampshire Cycling Club will present the 2017 Estabrook Park Beer Garden Cyclocross Classic, with start times from 9 a.m. to about 3:30 p.m. All racers over 21 receive free Hafbrau beer and Usinger sausage. Details are available at http://bit.ly/2z16MMX.
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