Kathy Flanigan, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Kathy Flanigan

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Recent:
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Past:
  • USA TODAY
  • North Jersey News
  • Post-Crescent Media

Recent articles by Kathy:

The Captain Pabst Pilot House in Milwaukee's Brewery District will close for good this month

Pabst moves out of Milwaukee again. Captain Pabst Pilot House will close this month. → Read More

Wisconsin's first Black-owned brewery opened in 1970. There hasn't been one since.

Wisconsin's first Black-owned brewery opened 50 years ago. When will there be another? → Read More

Special Black Husky beer made with boughs from Milwaukee's Christmas tree

Proceeds from sales of the brewery's Sproose IPA will go to the Milwaukee Urban Forestry Fund. → Read More

Your Christmas wish answered. Wisconsin State Fair sells Cocoa Cream Puffs for curbside pickup

Wisconsin State Fair's new flavor will be available for pickup Dec. 11 through 13 as part of WonderFair. → Read More

Bars and restaurants use domes, greenhouses and cocktail huts to keep patrons warm in winter

Milwaukee-area restaurants and bars take domes to a new level as a way of keeping people outside during COVID-19. → Read More

'Inoffensive and not too bitter': Controversial Minocqua Brewing owner introduces Biden Beer

They're brewing Biden Beer at the Minocqua brewpub that was nearly fined for its Biden campaign sign. → Read More

Black Friday beer sales are still happening in COVID, but the annual Lakefront Brewery party is canceled

Milwaukee's Black Friday bows to COVID changes but goes on with even more beer → Read More

Below Zero makes machines that turn beer or spirits into adult 'ice cream' cones

Below Zero makes machines that turn beer or spirits into adult 'ice cream' cones → Read More

'Shecession': COVID-19 pandemic presses down on Wisconsin women

For occupational and cultural reasons, women bear the brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic. Wisconsin women share how they're navigating the "shecession." → Read More

Titletown Brewery in Green Bay seeks investors, or even a buyer, because of the impact of COVID on business

Titletown Brewery in Green Bay is on the market thanks to COVID concerns → Read More

'All the friends are wondering when the parties are going to begin' after Shawano man wins dive bar

Miller High Life held a contest for a backyard dive bar. More than 100,000 entered. A Shawano man won. → Read More

A funk band and 1840 Brewing team up to raise money for United Way and Washington County Parks

1840 Brewing's new IPA release comes with live music from a Madison funk band. → Read More

Gathering Place Brewing will open a second brewery and taproom in Flour & Feed food hall in Bay View

Gathering Place Brewing will open a second taproom in the Flour & Feed food hall in 2021. → Read More

Lakefront Brewery proposes weekends at Bernie's with date nights in the old Milwaukee baseball chalet

Lakefront Brewing opens Bernie Brewer's Chalet for socially distanced date nights. Yes, that means weekend at Bernie's is on. → Read More

Milwaukee Public Market helps host the first Third Ward Fall Crawl, with in-person and online events

The Third Ward Fall Crawl features a week of direct or virtual fun. It's your call, er, crawl. → Read More

Good City Brewing introduces a new line of experimental small-batch beers, and a new brewer

Good City Brewing has a new brewer. And a new line of experimental beers coming as soon as Oct. 17. → Read More

There's more fresh beer in store for West Allis. 414 Brewing Co. plans to open there

West Allis could soon be home to three breweries. The 414 Brewing Co hopes to open at 6749-6751 W. National Ave. → Read More

Milwaukee Holiday Lights Festival will go on this year, but the opening ceremony will be on TV

The Milwaukee Holiday Lights Festival is a go this year but with some big changes → Read More

Giant Biden campaign signs ignites controversy for Minocqua Brewing Company owner

Kirk Bangstad, who owns Minocqua Brewing Co., has a giant sign supporting Joe Biden on his brewpub wall. It drew notice from Oneida County's zoning officials. → Read More

Does beer taste better when you dip a hot poker inside it? Indeed Brewing will let you test that.

Indeed Brewing's Low-Key Lowdown will have limited capacity, most of it outdoors, and seating will be spaced. → Read More