April 19, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – The Washington County Park and Trail System announced a new public-private partnership today with Black Husky Brewing from Milwaukee. Black Husky will host a series of traveling beer gardens throughout Washington County this summer.
“We’re thrilled to be working with Black Husky on a summer beer garden series,” said County Board Chair Don Kriefall. “Not only am I personally a husky lover, Black Husky’s roots as natives of Northern Wisconsin are a great match for our beautiful Washington County Kettle Moraine scenery.”
2019 Black Husky Brewing Traveling Beer Garden Schedule
May 31 & June 1 Homestead Hollow County Park Germantown
June 7 & 8 Sandy Knoll County Park West Bend
June 14 & 15 Eisenbahn Bike-In Beer Garden (TBD) TBD
June 21 & 22 Ackerman’s Grove County Park – West Bend
June 28 & 29 Glacier Hills County Park Richfield
July 5 & 6 Sandy Knoll County Park West Bend
July 11 & 12 Ackerman’s Grove County Park West Bend
July 19 & 20 Homestead Hollow Germantown
July 26 & 27 NO BEER GARDEN – Visit Brewery Milwaukee
August 2 & 3 Sandy Knoll County Park West Bend
August 9 & 10 Leonard J. Yahr County Park West Bend
August 16 & 17 Eisenbahn Bike-In Beer Garden (TBD) TBD
August 23 & 24 Homestead Hollow County Park Germantown
August 30 & 31 Leonard J. Yahr County Park West Bend
September 13 & 14 Sandy Knoll County Park West Bend
“As a brewery that started in the Northwood’s of Wisconsin, the appeal of having beer gardens in the beautiful parks and woods of Washing County was a no brainer,” said Black Husky Brewing Co-Owner Tim Eichinger. “We found out quickly Washington County Parks was going to be a great partner to work with and we look forward to having a great summer in Washington County!”
The events will be held 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. Fridays and 3 p.m – 9 p.m. Saturdays
About the Washington County Park and Trail System
Washington County Park System is a sustainable park and trail system that is strategically being improved and expanded to improve the quality of life for the citizens of Washington County. For more information, visit www.co.washington.wi.us/parks.com or follow @WashCoParks on Twitter or like on Facebook.
About Black Husky Brewing
Black Husky Brewing was started in 2010 in a small log cabin in the woods in the rural town of Pembine, WI. Inspired by the dogs in their son’s sled dog kennel, co-founders Tim Eichinger and Toni Eichinger named the brewery after their beloved husky Howler. Each of their beers is associated with the dogs from the kennel as a tribute to the loyalty and companionship that defined each of them. In 2016, Black Husky moved its brewery operations to the Riverwest neighborhood of Milwaukee where it currently operate a taproom and produce their beers.