A perfected milk stout beer recipe is a must-have beverage on your craft brewery menu!
Looking for a fun dessert drink or a new flavor to round out your craft brewery menu? Look no further than the milk stout beer. This beer is gaining in popularity thanks to delicious flavors that appeal to a wide variety of beer drinkers. If you’re ready to try something different in your brewing repertoire, here’s a case for trying your hand at brewing a creamy milk stout beer.
The competition within the culinary industry is fierce!
It’s not always easy to come up with creative marketing ideas for restaurants. As a restaurant owner, you have a lot on your plate and marketing is just a small slice of your business. But it’s an important one that’s key to getting more customers in the door. If you’re looking for some effective and creative marketing strategies for your restaurant, here are 6 marketing ideas for restaurants that want to stay ahead of the curve.
Satisfying your sweet tooth is extra refreshing with a tasty oatmeal stout!
First introduced in the regions of England, oatmeal stout has grown in popularity over the years. A deliciously creamy beverage, oatmeal stout is different from other stout brews with a distinct milky-malt taste. This is a beer that could pass for a decadent dessert. Inspired by sweet treats, the types of oatmeal stout brews range from red velvet cake to Oreo cookie. Despite its fun flavors, this is a beer that aficionados still respect. Here’s why you should add oatmeal stout to your brewery menu.
With the autumn upon us, now is the time for breweries to showcase their seasonal beers like the one-of-a-kind pumpkin ale!
First introduced in the 18th century, the American-born pumpkin ale has been a crowd pleaser for many years. Craft beer drinkers appreciate the flavors of this festive autumnal brew, packed with different spices. Pumpkin ale offers a variety of flavor interpretations from hints of pumpkin pie to Thanksgiving-in-a-bottle. This unique profile makes this beer a beloved and festive seasonal beverage.
Lakefront Brewery is a thriving and beloved brewery and restaurant at the heart of Milwaukee’s riverfront.
Founded in 1987 by two brothers, Russ and Jim Klisch, this iconic beer establishment has been providing the Milwaukee community with good beer, good food, and even better memories for over 30 years. Interestingly, their ever-popular restaurant, located in the brewery’s beer hall, wasn’t always part of the plan.
We sat down with Russ Klisch, president and co-founder of Lakefront Brewery, and Mike Walker, Lakefront Brewery Front of House Manager to learn more about what it’s like to run a brewery restaurant business, how to create great brews, and the details of Lakefront Brewery’s journey to becoming a treasured Milwaukee staple.
Is there really a beer that’s beneficial to your health? Read more to find out!
It’s true, out of all the different varieties of brews available, a wild ale is the healthiest beer to drink today. Through a hands-off fermentation process, these sour beers offer health benefits like stress relief as well as immune and digestive system support. Every beer lover knows the struggle of enjoying their drink of choice while also maintaining a healthy body; wild fermented ales allow you to do both. Add the latest beer trend to your brewery menu.
Now that summer is upon us, take a deeper look at how these tasty pale ale beers can brighten up your brewery.
With spring freshly finished and summer still full of hot, thirsty days, many breweries are rolling out their saison beers. These light, effervescent beers are excellent refreshments on hot days as the temperature climbs. The key to this unique pale ale beer treat is the saison yeast and the creative additions combined with the brew. Saison beers are often where brewmasters experiment with unique tastes and ingredients creating fruited beers and chocolate ales. Customers want something light and fun during the summer; saison beer is exactly that.
The number of food trucks is on the rise and that’s a good sign for the restaurant industry as a whole.
The popularity of food trucks is soaring and shows no signs of slowing down. Budding chefs and restaurateurs once saw food trucks as a novel way to enter into the culinary industry without a brick and mortar investment. Now, even established eateries are embracing food trucks for a variety of reasons. Before you starting truck shopping or coming up with punny names for your menu, consider the benefits and the challenges of operating a food truck connected to your restaurant. Here’s what every restaurateur needs to know about the trend.
Everyone loves outdoor dining in the summer, but outdoor dining can boost your traffic all year long.
Eating outdoors (aka “dining al fresco”) is one of the simple pleasures of the restaurant patron experience. Food tastes better and drinks go down easier in the fresh air. For restaurant owners in the Midwest facing winter weather, it’s tough to weigh the cost-to-benefit ratio of setting up a space for a few months out of the year. Yet, with some smart strategies, it’s possible to create a comfortable patio, diners will enjoy with or without cooperation from Mother Nature.
Congratulations on your successful restaurant launch! Now, how do you build on your reputation?
All your blood, sweat, toil and tears finally paid off. Not only did you open your restaurant successfully, but you’re ready to keep going—building on your triumph. A restaurant launch is an amazing accomplishment few people ever get to experience. Congratulations! Hidden inside most achievements are the first steps to the next challenge. How do you keep the ball rolling forward once the novelty wears off? Managing a restaurant requires a different mentality and skill set than starting a business. Here are a few tips to keep in mind…