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76. Mashable closes Wolski's
Writer, photographer, multimedia producer and former Milwaukeean Jake Naughton closed Milwaukee's beloved Wolski's in a recent piece for Mashable.
77. The Hamilton is closed
After almost five years in business, The Hamilton, 823 E. Hamilton St., served its last drink on Sunday. The cocktail lounge opened in 2011.
78. 6 cocktails inspired by 6 Milwaukee artists and bands
To celebrate this Milwaukee renaissance of creative concoctions, one week out of year has been dedicated to all things cocktail: Milwaukee Cocktail Week, happening Sept. 16 to Sept. 22. In honor of Milwaukee Cocktail Week, 88Nine asked John Revord to create six cocktails inspired by six Milwaukee artists and bands.
79. Buckhead Saloon closing for good
According to a post on Facebook, Buckhead Saloon plans to close its door after 10 years in business and change into a "new concept."
80. Raised Grain Brewing Co. and tap room in Waukesha now open
There's a new spot to enjoy craft brews and the football game in Waukesha, thanks to the opening of Raised Grain Brewing Company tap room.
81. Eitel detaches from Pabst brewery project
Nomad owner and Lowlands Group co-founder, Mike Eitel, has announced he will not be a part of the Pabst Brewing Co.'s brewery project due to a change in focus. He is also scaling back the Nomad remodel project.
82. Swing by The Monkey Bar to say goodbye
After 14 years in business at two different locations, The Monkey Bar, 1619 S. 1st St., will sling its final drink on Wednesday, Sept. 16.
83. Not so fast on Camp Bar coming to Brady Street
The Brady Street True Value, 1234 E. Brady St. is closing soon, but, despite rumors, it doesn't sound like Camp Bar will replace it.
84. Cheers to this awesome out-of-office email from a Milwaukee brewery
Lakefront Brewery's Russ Klisch is currently out of the office healing from hip surgery. Email him, and his out of the office response is exactly what you'd expect from a beer maker. Love it!
85. High Note Karaoke Lounge opening Downtown
In 2014, OnMilwaukee.com reported that Shannon and Gina Stangel bought the storied bar and lounge The New Yorker, 645 N. James Lovell St., and renamed it The Mason Jar. The Stangels have changed the name and concept of the bar and hope to introduce The High Note Karaoke Lounge to the public on Friday, Sept. 4.
86. The Winchester moves into former Two Bucks space
A new bar and restaurant concept is coming to the North Avenue bar scene next week when business partners Jay Stamates and Steve Gilbertson open The Winchester in the former Two Bucks space, 2321 N. Murray Ave.
87. Humboldt Park Beer Garden launches series of craft beer tap takeovers
Humboldt Park Beer Garden is making strides toward positioning itself as Milwaukee's craft beer garden with tap takeovers, Oktoberfest and more.
88. Bay View tavern named Wisconsin's Best Dive Bar
Yahoo Travel named Blackbird, 3007 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., as one of the 50 Best Dive Bars in the United States. One bar was picked for each state, and Blackbird got the honors for Wisconsin.
89. Angelo's Lounge changes hands
Angelo's Lounge has been leased by a Milwaukee bar owner.
90. Like Minds establishes brewery in Chicago
James Beard Award-winning Sanford chef and owner Justin Aprahamian and long-time industry consultant John Lavelle have announced plans to open Like Minds Brewing at the former Goose Island storage facility at 1800 W. Walnut St. in Chicago.
91. Ray's Wine & Spirits announces leadership changes
Ray's Wine & Spirits, the popular family owned and operated purveyor of wine, spirits and beer at 8930 W. North Ave. in Wauwatosa has announced changes to its leadership team.
92. Chef Talk: Movida's Daniel Beres
In the latest episode of Chef Talk, Kyle Cherek interviews Daniel Beres, a craft cocktail bartender at Movida.
93. Cactus Club adds outdoor seating
Enjoy the outdoors at one of Milwaukee's favorite bars and live music venues.
94. 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.
95. 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.
96. 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.
97. 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.
98. 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?
99. Changes for Lucid Light Lounge
Lucid Light Lounge embraces its identity as a nightlife destination, nixing food and changing its hours.
100. 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.