Deschutes Brewery Street Pub Coming to Milwaukee for Hunger Task Force

Oregon’s Deschutes Brewery is bringing its 400-foot-long Street Pub to downtown Milwaukee to raise money for the Hunger Task Force, Milwaukee’s free and local food bank and anti-hunger advocate, and the Westown Association, which champions the economic and social development of the Westown area.

Great American Beer BarsNot only will there be a huge selection of Deschutes Brewery beers flowing from the Street Pub’s multitude of taps, but visitors can find guest taps from local favorites Third Space Brewing and Lakefront Brewery (gluten free). Culinary delights are in the works for all the foodies out there from Deschutes Brewery’s Corporate Executive Chef, Jeff Usinowicz, who is teaming up with Chef Shay Linkus from Vanguard and other Milwaukee local chefs for live “cooking with beer” demos throughout the day.

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Deschutes has partnered up with 88NINE, Milwaukee’s own nonprofit radio station, to bring an amazing line-up of local bands to keep everyone moving to the beat. A kid’s zone for families and a bike valet will also be on site, along with a variety of fun activities by Street Pub partners.

Just some of the unique endeavors visitors can expect to find include: Hydro Flask’s Skee Ball Challenge and Hydration Station (made by Black Dog Salvage of DIY Network’s “Salvage Dawgs”); Humm Kombucha’s Creation Station for collaborative art projects and activities; KEEN Footwear’s activism center and lounge, photo booth, games and free shoe raffles.

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Local Milwaukee artists and crafters will be on site along with Karen Eland Art with her live art demonstration of painting with beer.  VIP tickets are available at this link and you can volunteer for this event by signing up here.

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