Madison, Wisconsin— The Madison Beer Company is a private, craft brewery owned by a group of dedicated brewers who are determined to bring the best beer to the masses.
The beer is the product of a long-standing relationship with the city of Madison.
Since the 1980s, the brewery has operated on a very small scale, but now it’s become a destination for the city’s beer lovers.
Madison has become known for its breweries and distilleries and Madison is known for having one of the highest rates of breweries per capita in the country.
This means that Madison Beer Co. has a huge opportunity to grow and grow.
This week, Madison Beer is giving the city an opportunity to get their beer on the big screen with a new beer festival.
The event will be held on the third Sunday of every month starting on March 8th and runs through April 6th.
The first day of the event will feature four beers on tap.
The first, the Big Apple IPA, will be available for purchase at the brewery, along with two new beers: the “Mint Beer” and “Oatmeal Stout.”
The Big Apple is a crisp and creamy IPA that is brewed with a blend of ingredients including oats, brown rice, and barley.
The IPA has a full flavor profile that balances dry and sweet with a nice hop aroma and a crisp, refreshing finish.
The Stout is a creamy, amber ale brewed with roasted malt and malted barley.
It has a milder, sweet finish that is perfect for a summer beer drinker.
For the next three weeks, all four beers will be on tap for free.
The festival will be the second annual Madison Beerfest.
Madison Beer Fest was established in 2005 to promote and showcase the region’s breweries and the craft beer community.
The festival features live music and food trucks that have been brought to Madison by the brewers themselves.
This year’s lineup features local favorites like Pappy Van Winkle and Olde Towne.
The brewery is hoping to attract the same level of attention that the Madison Beer Festival received.
This year’s beer festival is being held at the former Walker’s Biergarten, where the brewery was established.
The Walker’s was closed in 2018, and the brewery will be open as part of a temporary reopening project.
The Beer Fest will run from March 8 to April 5, 2018 and will feature a variety of live music, food trucks, a live auction, a farmers market, a beer garden, a stage and more.
The Beer Fest is open to the public.
The full schedule of events is below.
The Madison BeerFest is free and open to all.
The location for the event is at the Walker’s Beer building at 825 W. First St. In Madison, WI 53706.
For more information on the festival and how to reserve your spot, visit the event page.