Contact: Keri O’Keefe, Wisconsin Historical Society
Eagle, Wisconsin – This July, taste the history of Wisconsin brewing at Old World Wisconsin! In partnership with the Museum of Beer and Brewing, Old World Wisconsin will continue their historic brewing program with new featured guest breweries during the month of July. The featured breweries are a living tradition that allows guests at Old World Wisconsin to learn more about this vibrant craft. Karben4 Brewery, The Explorium Brewery and Ale Asylum will be the July featured breweries. The historic brewing program brings beer lovers from around the state together for an exceptional beer experience to share in the taste and long history of Wisconsin’s favorite beverage.
- Saturday, July 1: Karben4 Brewery. Karben4 brews English-influenced beers that have an emphasis on the sweet malt yin.
- Tuesday, July 4: The Explorium Brewpub. A place to explore the emporium of craft beer and food flavors inspired by the spirit and travels of the famous explorers who have come before us.
- Saturday, July 15: Ale Asylum. At Ale Asylum, we brew beers in the tradition of brew honest, brew like you mean it. Thus our beer is brewed and bottled with our own hands on Madison’s North Side.
Old World Wisconsin is a 600-acre regional history attraction that features interactive environments and immersive stories of 19th-and early 20th-century Midwestern immigrant farm and rural life. It is one of twelve Wisconsin Historical Society sites and museums around the state. The museum offers guests hands-on activities, led by period-clad staff members, as they visit 10 working farmsteads, explore 12 heirloom gardens, meet heritage animal breeds and try historic crafts and skills. Old World Wisconsin is located on Highway 67 just south of Eagle, Wisconsin in the Milwaukee/Chicago/Madison triangle. Check our website for seasonal hours. For more information visit www.oldworldwisconsin.org or call 262-594-6301.