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1. Updated: Silk Exotic applies for licenses to open on Milwaukee and Wells
After several previous failed attempts Downtown and in Walker's Point, Silk Exotic applied once more yesterday for a Downtown location, this time at 804 N. Milwaukee St.
2. Give of yourself and get a cocktail in return
It says a lot about a business when they give back to the community. You can help Central Standard Distillery do just that by attending their first anniversary celebration on Friday, July 24.
3. Pabst brewing again in Milwaukee
Pabst Brewing Company announced today that it will open a new brewery in the summer of 2016 on the site of the original Pabst Brewery.
4. 6 Wisconsin Brewers medal in U.S. Open Beer Championship
Six Wisconsin breweries brought home medals from the 2015 U.S. Open Beer Championship this past week. The championship included nearly 4,000 beers and ciders representing 90 styles. And breweries represented included not only those from the U.S., but also Australia, China, Czech Republic, Venezuela, Canada, Belgium, Germany, Mexico, Sweden, Finland, Scotland and England.
5. What are the rules in dog-friendly bars?
What is the protocol in dog-friendly bars? Should a person have a right not to interact with a dog when in a dog-friendly bar or is the understanding that if people go to a dog-friendly bar they have to accept all dog behavior - from tail wagging to foot licking to leg humping?
6. Changes for Lucid Light Lounge
Lucid Light Lounge embraces its identity as a nightlife destination, nixing food and changing its hours.
7. Nomad owners open two new businesses near Oconomowoc
Kristyn and Mike Eitel formed a new partnership and purchased The Sports Channel on Upper Nemahbin Lake outside of Oconomowoc in the Village of Summit. The couple quietly opened Panga Bar and Grill, 34422 Delafield Rd., on Friday, June 5, and plan to open Nomad Boardsports later this summer in a building at the same location.
8. Scout Lake Park pop-up beer garden opens Wednesday
Milwaukee will soon have another beer garden, at least temporarily.
9. First look: Plum
As first reported by OnMilwaukee.com, Dogg Haus owner will open Plum, a cocktail lounge at 780 N. Jefferson St., Thursday. We got inside for a first look.
10. Bike for beer: Draft & Vessel
Draft & Vessel has a new patio available for this summer -- and a new option for parking your ride!
11. The Pub Club launches new streetside deck
The Pub Club on Old World 3rd Street is almost ready to launch its new streetside patio.
12. East Tosa Camp Bar owners seek ideas for adjacent building
In a recent Facebook post from Camp Bar owner Paul Hackbarth noted his recent plans for acquisition of the adjacent building at 66th and North Avenue, asking local residents what they'd like to see in the space.
13. New Downtown strip club application set for May 26 committee hearing
A new application for a Downtown strip club has been filed for a location at 730 N. Old World 3rd Street. A previous application for the property was turned down by the city after opposition from residents and businesses in the area.
14. Which national publication called Milwaukee "the greatest bar town in America?"
The May edition of a popular food lifestyle publication that offers "life through the lens of food," is out and Milwaukee has a large presence in print and online.
15. Bay View meeting clarifies At Random sale situation, takes community input
Monday evening, Ald. Tony Zielinski held a community meeting in order to address the recent rumors and speculation concerning the potential sale of At Random - in addition to five other buildings held by the same owner - and to take community input concerning the neighborhood bar.
16. Updated: Revel Bar opening on KK
Revel Bar - a tavern, restaurant and hookah bar - is coming soon to the former Studio Lounge space at 2246 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.
17. Lakefront Brewery teams with Growing Power on new organic beer
This afternoon, the local brewery will announce the release of Growing Power Organic Farmhouse-Style Pale Ale, a new USDA-certified organic beer created in partnership with the Milwaukee-based nonprofit Growing Power.
18. Two Bucks will lose corporate license
Two Bucks will soon close after Two Bucks Of America moved to revoke its franchise license earlier today based on allegations that franchise owner Lynn Forthaus made racist comments.
19. Tonic Tavern owner opening second Bay View bar
Paul Jonas, owner of Tonic Tavern, will open UC Jonas' in the former Gerry's Diamond Tap, 939 E. Lincoln Ave.
20. Meeting will discuss the future of At Random site
The future of the site that's home to At Random, 2501 S. Delaware Ave., will be discussed during a neighborhood meeting on Monday, May 11.
21. What happened at Two Bucks on Friday night?
Numerous patrons and employees who were at Two Bucks on Friday night are alleging via a "Boycott Two Bucks Milwaukee" Facebook page that the owner, Lynn Forthaus, made racist comments about African American patrons and refused to serve them.
22. Updated: Why is At Random no longer for sale?
Earlier this week, OnMilwaukee.com reported that At Random was for sale. However, the listing is no longer online and according an amployee at The Boerke Company, it is "no longer available."
23. OK, who's gonna buy At Random?
Aw, crap, At Random, 2501 S. Delaware Ave., is on the market.
24. Updated: Estabrook Beer Garden opens Tuesday, April 28
Milwaukee County Parks' Estabrook Beer Garden will open Tuesday, April 28 at 4 p.m., more than two months earlier than past seasons.
25. The behemoth organist, a Pink Poodle and, um, Mammy's?
Old newspaper ads for Milwaukee clubs open a world of unwritten history.