Lakefront Brewery: Celebrates love for Valentine’s Day

MILWAUKEE (January 17th, 2022) – Each year, Lakefront Brewery gives couples the opportunity to make lasting memories on Valentine’s Day. For several years now, they’ve offered all-in-one, affordable wedding ceremonies and vow renewals, more recently in a safe, comfortable setting. Lakefront has set aside a decorated, private room dubbed the “Lakefront Chapel” that will be a turnstile of sorts for couples looking to tie the knot or rekindle their love with a vow renewal. Lakefront is extending their hours on Monday, February 14th, offering reservations every 15 minutes from 11AM to 8PM for $20.

Each ceremony or vow renewal will last approximately 5 to 10 minutes and made special by their practiced, ordained, tour guide officiants. Special upgrades such as flowers from local flower company Feisty Flowers, professional photography from local artist Samer Ghani, personalized pint glasses, desserts, and even the option to reserve a table to dine at afterwards (drinks included) will be available when making your reservation.

The safety of their staff and guests is of the utmost importance during the current surge in cases, therefore, rules such as limited group size, required mask use, and the use of plexiglass dividers are being implemented throughout the experience.

Reservations are currently available and will close on Monday, February 7th at midnight. 

Lakefront also offers their Date Night in Bernie’s Chalet as well as their Hop Houses experience all weekend long. The Hop Houses are cozy, winter getaways meant for 6 to 8 but can be a romantic option for 2. Find out more information about these reservations on their website.

Visit Lakefront’s Valentine’s Day webpage for more information, details, and to book:

Like in years past, Lakefront will be hosting 2, free mass vow renewals on Valentine’s Day. Owner Russ Klisch will be performing them on stage, one at 12PM and one at 6PM. Couples looking to stop by can expect to do so with a free beer in hand. Masks required unless actively drinking.