Key Milwaukee

October 2018

An A-Z visitors guide to Milwaukee Wisconsin. Sponsored by Key Magazine Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Page 50 of 55 51 u HUBBARD PARK Revived site from the 1800s offers a rotating selection of ten beers. 3-10pm Mon.-Fri., noon-10pm Sat. & Sun. Shorewood u ESTABROOK PARK A Munich style beer garden featuring Hofbräu Beer and authentic German fare. Open seven days a week from 12pm-10pm. Enjoy waterfall views while kids play on the playground. Glendale u THE LANDING AT HOYT PARK Savor a variety of local and imported beers. 3-9pm Wed.-Fri., noon-9pm. Sat-Sun. Wauwatosa u SOUTH SHORE TERRACE Serves up stunning views of Lake Michigan and the Milwaukee skyline. 4-10pm Wed.-Fri, 11am-10pm Sat.-Sun. Bayview u UPPER LAKE BEER GARDEN A different community group hosts every Saturday until Oct. 20. Sat. 11am-8pm Port Washington u WHITNALL PARK Serves a variety of domestic and craft beers, ciders, hard sodas, wine and more with local musicians performing 5-8pm. Sat.-Sun. 11am-6pm. Greendale BEER GARDENS FALL INTO GRAFTON Grafton Oct 5-6 1304 12th Ave, Grafton On Friday (5-9pm) and Sat- urday (5-10pm), there will be an Oktoberfest Beer Garden and live music on Paramount Plaza. Enjoy the live outdoor concert while viewing the pumpkin lighting. The beer garden features German style beers. Saturday will be filled with fun events such as the annual Pumpkin Derby, Scavenger Hunt, Pumpkin Painting, Cookie Decorating, Live Entertainment, and much more. Don't forget Saturday's Pancake Breakfast at Atlas BBQ, and Pumpkin Cross down at Lime Kiln Park! CEDARBURG OKTOBERFEST Downtown Cedarburg Oct 13-14 Oktoberfest in Cedarburg bursts with gemuetlichkeit from 11am- 8pm on Saturday, Oct. 13, and 10am–5pm Sunday, Oct. 14. The free admission event is sponsored by BMO Harris Bank. A huge tent in the Community Center Parking Lot, W63 N641 Washington Ave., covers bands, dance floor and tables, lending a true Oktoberfest feel. Live music plus German foods and beers add to the fun. The live Glockenspiel Show (Cuckoo Clock) reappears every two hours. Silly contests include Best Lederhosen/Dirndl, Sauerkraut Eating and a German Spelling Bee – from Ault to Zither (A-Z). Arts will be highlighted all weekend long at a number of venues. For more information, visit

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