MILWAUKEE (September 4, 2019) – The 2nd Annual Fall Fest of Ale, on September 29thfrom 10am to 3pm, celebrates the Fall season in Milwaukee. Lakefront Brewery’s outdoor space will be transformed into a Makers Market featuring art, crafts, food, drinks, live music and activities for all ages!
Enjoy multiple food trucks – including the Lakefront Brewery ‘CurdWagon’ with a full menu including breakfast items. Lakefront will be serving up plenty of beer, Bloody Marys, beermosas, pumpkin shandies, hot chocolate, tea, coffee and hot apple cider too. Kids can enjoy glitter tattoos, caramel apples, pumpkin bowling and lots of photo ops!
Ever want to get your hands on some Lakefront Brewery hand-me-downs? Stop by the Lakefront Brewery rummage tent. The Brewery will bust out some old collectibles.
“Autumn is the most special time of the year,” said On-Site Business Manager, Mike Walker. “And our Fall Fest of Ale promises to be bigger and better this year.”
New this year? Lakefront will be offering LIVE screen printing of Fall Fest of Ale t-shirts as well as private tours of the “Lakefront Garden” where the Brewery currently grows its own hops. “When you spend $5 on any food or beer, you get a free Fall Fest of Ale t-shirt,” Walker continued. “Limit one per person.”
Need more ale? Lakefront has you covered. For $5, the Brewery will have an exclusive Fall Fest of Ale tasting glass that will include your first fill. Sample from 5 unique, autumn-inspired cask beers available only at the Fall Fest of Ale.
Lakefront Brewery will also be pouring brews from the Riverwest Brewery Syndicate that features beers from each Riverwest brewery, including Lakefront, Black Husky, Company and Gathering Place.
The 2019 Fall Fest of Ale kicks off at 10am on Sunday, September 29th.
Lakefront Brewery, Inc. distributes its products to over 30 states, Ukraine, South Korea, Sweden, China, Japan and Canada. Lakefront Brewery, Inc. produced the first beer in the United States made from 100% in-state-grown ingredients, including a first-of-its-kind, indigenous Wisconsin yeast strain (Wisconsinite Summer Weiss), the first certified organic brewery and the first gluten-free beer granted label approval by the U.S. Government (New Grist). For more information, visit http://www.lakefrontbrewery.comor call (414) 372-8800.