There are two seasons in Milwaukee: Winter and #BeerGarden! Our open-air beer gardens are open between April and October. Choose between five permanent beer gardens or the Traveling Beer Garden, which visits 13 different Milwaukee County parks each season. Bring your own glass and remember, when you drink at a beer garden, you're helping to fund future projects in the parks!
Traveling Beer Garden
Open May 16 - Sept. 3
Follow the iconic Sprecher fire trucks and experience a new twist on beer gardens. Featuring two, simultaneously running, tours traveling throughout the Milwaukee County Park System.
View the Tour Schedule
South Shore Terrace
Open for the season!
Lake Michigan views, farm-to-table food and local brews from Miller are offered at this unique beer garden, housed in a 1930's bathhouse in the Bay View neighborhood.
Visit South Shore Terrace
Whitnall Park Beer Garden
Open May 4 - October
Enjoy a craft beer from over a dozen of Wisconsin's top breweries at this scenic beer garden nestled among the trees near the Root River in the Greendale/Franklin area.
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Estabrook Park Beer Garden
Estabrook Beer Garden brought back the tradition of public beer gardens to Milwaukee. Today the beer garden offers beers imported from the Munich Hofbräuhaus. All beer is served in the appropriate 1/2 liter or full liter heavy glass mug.
Visit Estabrook Park Beer Garden
The Landing at Hoyt Park
Located in Wauwatosa, next to the TOSA Pool, The Landing serves a changing selection of craft and import beer and features regular live music and entertainment nights. The Landing is operated by Friends of Hoyt Park.
Visit The Landing
Humboldt Park Beer Garden
Enjoy a rotating selection of craft beers outside the historic Humboldt Park Pavilion. The beer garden features regular tap takeovers and live music. Operated by St. Francis Brewery.
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2018 Traveling Beer Garden Map
Download the 2018 Traveling Beer garden map and schedule to view upcoming locations, events and live music.
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