In addition to being an outstanding all-ages venue and arcade with the capability of restoring one’s faith in Cudahy (and humanity?), X-Ray Arcade also has a way better beer selection than you might expect from a punk club located in an industrial suburb. This Saturday, that surprisingly solid list of libations will be on full display when the business hosts X-Ray Beer Day.

The July 17 event is actually the second annual X-Ray Beer Day, but the first installment in which beer can be enjoyed on-site. From 12-5 p.m. this Saturday, X-Ray will serve up samples of a total of 18 different beers from six craft breweries. Of that eclectic batch, four breweries are based in Wisconsin. Beers from Collective Arts Brewing in Canada and Chicago-based Pipeworks Brewery will also be on there.

There are three pricing options available. Customers can purchase beer samples individually, take home a six-pack of beers they choose from six different breweries, or get UNLIMITED SAMPLES from 12-5 p.m. for the price of just $35 (or $40 the day of the event). What beers will be available? Good question! Here’s the full beer list:

Badger State Beermosa Berliner Weisse
Badger State BRW-SKI Lager
Badger State Grassy Place Hazy IPA
Collective Arts Hazy State IPA
Collective Arts Jam Up The Mash Sour
Collective Arts Mai-Tai Sour
Lakefront Hazy Rabbit
Lakefront IPA
Lakefront Riverwest Stein
Pipeworks Infinite Citra IPA
Pipeworks Premium Pilsner
Pipeworks Slow Days Oat Ale
The Fermentorium Covered Bridge American Ale
The Fermentorium Crispy & The Rose Fruited Lager
The Fermentorium Juice Packets IPA
The Fermentorium Slamdance Cosmopolis
Young Blood Beer Co. Battle Tested Mother Approved IPA
Young Blood Beer Co. Coffee Regular Silkshake
Young Blood Beer Co. Kyle The Cat Bitter Ale

“One thing that we can always fall back on when planning events like this is asking ourselves if we would attend such a thing if it were happening elsewhere,” X-Ray Arcade co-owner Eric Baskauskas says. “And unlike our big neon skull sign—which has brains—this one’s a no-brainer. Five hours and unlimited samples. You don’t even have to do the math to know that this is a good time waiting to happen.”

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Before co-founding Milwaukee Record, Tyler Maas wrote for virtually every Milwaukee publication (except Wassup! Magazine). He lives in Bay View and enjoys both stuff and things.

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