Washington County Planning and Parks Department
Press Release

Washington County Parks Announce Partnership with Black Husky Brewery

New Traveling Beer Garden Debuts May 31st at Homestead Hollow County Park in Germantown

Milwaukee – The Washington County Park and Trail System announced a new public-private partnership today with Black Husky Brewing from Milwaukee.  Black Husky will host a series of traveling beer gardens throughout Washington County this summer.

“We’re thrilled to be working with Black Husky on a summer beer garden series,” said County Board Chair Don Kriefall.  “Not only am I personally a husky lover, Black Husky’s roots as natives of Northern Wisconsin are a great match for our beautiful Washington County Kettle Moraine scenery.”

2019 Black Husky Brewing Traveling Beer Garden Schedule

May 31 & June 1               Homestead Hollow County Park                                Germantown

June 7 & 8                           Sandy Knoll County Park                                               West Bend

June 14 & 15                       Eisenbahn Bike-In Beer Garden (TBD)                    TBD

June 21 & 22                       Ackerman’s Grove County Park                                 West Bend

June 28 & 29                       Glacier Hills County Park                                               Richfield

July 5 & 6                             Sandy Knoll County Park                                               West Bend

July 11 & 12                         Ackerman’s Grove County Park                                 West Bend

July 19 & 20                         Homestead Hollow                                                         Germantown

July 26 & 27                         NO BEER GARDEN – Visit Brewery                            Milwaukee

August 2 & 3                       Sandy Knoll County Park                                               West Bend

August 9 & 10                    Leonard J. Yahr County Park                                        West Bend

August 16 & 17  Eisenbahn Bike-In Beer Garden (TBD)                                    TBD

August 23 & 24  Homestead Hollow County Park                                                Germantown

August 30 & 31  Leonard J. Yahr County Park                                                        West Bend

September 13 & 14         Sandy Knoll County Park                                               West Bend

“As a brewery that started in the Northwood’s of Wisconsin, the appeal of having beer gardens in the beautiful parks and woods of Washing County was a no brainer,” said Black Husky Brewing Co-Owner Tim Eichinger. “We found out quickly that Washington County Parks was going to be a great partner to work with and we look forward to having a great summer in Washington County!”

About the Washington County Park and Trail System

Washington County Park System is a sustainable park and trail system that is strategically being improved and expanded to improve the quality of life for the citizens of Washington County. For more information, visit www.co.washington.wi.us/parks.com or follow @WashCoParks on Twitter or like on Facebook.

About Black Husky Brewing

Black Husky Brewing was started in 2010 in a small log cabin in the woods in the rural town of Pembine, WI. Inspired by the dogs in their son’s sled dog kennel, co-founders Tim Eichinger and Toni Eichinger named the brewery after their beloved husky Howler. Each of their beers is associated with the dogs from the kennel as a tribute to the loyalty and companionship that defined each of them. In 2016, Black Husky moved its brewery operations to the Riverwest neighborhood of Milwaukee where they currently operate a taproom and produce their beers.  For more information, visit http://www.blackhuskybrewing.com/the-legend or follow @BlackHuskyBrews on Twitter or like on Facebook.

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