It’s been a wild ride for the Pabst Milwaukee Brewery and Taproom. Since opening in April 2017, the microbrewery/taproom has revitalized a 144-year-old building in the once-shuttered Pabst Brewery site, resurrected some classic brews, and thrown a big ol’ one-year-anniversary party. Oh yeah, and introduced food service and then quickly ditched said food service.

But now, food is back! Pabst Milwaukee Brewery and Taproom has announced that a pop-up kitchen by Great Lakes Galley will be, well, popping up on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. Pub food staples like brats, burgers, and cheese curds will be on the menu. There’ll also be a classic Wisconsin fish fry on Fridays (complete with a fish fry/brewery tour combo package), because Wisconsin.

“It’s exciting to partner up with the fine people at Great Lakes Galley to once again offer food at Pabst Milwaukee Brewery and Taproom,” says Pabst general manager Adam Powers in a press release. “Great Lakes Galley serves up a delicious Friday fish fry and we can’t wait to begin the Brewery and Fish Fry Combo to showcase the beer and food of the brewery.”

The new pop-up begins tonight. Check out the menu and a full press release below:

PABST MILWAUKEE BREWERY AND TAPROOM PARTNERS WITH GREAT LAKES GALLEY
Kitchen open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays featuring new menu

MILWAUKEE (September 6, 2018) – Pabst Milwaukee Brewery and Taproom adds pop up kitchen by Great Lakes Galley to bring food back to the brewery, serving food on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights starting September 6th.

On Friday nights Chef Jon Marraccino of Great Lakes Galley will offer a classic Wisconsin fish fry, including a cod and perch fry, as well as a cod broil. A brewery tour and fish fry combination are also a new option. For $20, patrons will get a tour of the Pabst Milwaukee Brewery, which includes a pint glass and beer, along with their fish fry.

On Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays beginning on September 6, Pabst will serve a variety of classic pub foods. Staples include a cheddar brat, a galley burger and a Wisconsin favorite, fried cheese curds and Bavarian Pretzel with a choice of KinnicKinnic brown mustard or Pabst Red, White & Blue beer queso.

“It’s exciting to partner up with the fine people at Great Lakes Galley to once again offer food at Pabst Milwaukee Brewery and Taproom,” said Adam Powers, Pabst general manager. “Great Lakes Galley serves up a delicious Friday fish fry and we can’t wait to begin the Brewery and Fish Fry Combo to showcase the beer and food of the brewery.”

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