Wisconsin is a second home to SOB. I'm (Ed. note: SOB President John Barley) from there and we have a number of big things in store in the coming years for the state. We're thrilled to be kicking off our partnership with General Beverage and if you haven't yet seen, we're also hiring a Market Manager for Wisconsin. Apply yourself or tell your friends and family.
Cans available in the Milwaukee and Madison markets will be Snaggletooth Bandana, Lü, and Old Faithorn.
Wednesday, May 3, 5PM
We're officially sharing our beers in Wisconsin, again, and where better to get started than with the fine humans of Ray's. Six beers available including FoBAB award-winning Limousine of the Damned and Chocobomb.
Thursday, May 4, 7PM
Special Tapping w/ SOB x Third Space Brewing At the almighty Sugar Maple we'll be raising a glass for the first time with our friends at Third Space, named Best New Brewer in Wisconsin at RateBeer Best 2017.
Saturday, May 6, 8PM
Yes, you read that correctly. SOB and 18th Street Brewery (Wisconsin debut). Old Faithorn & Lü cans will be on hand along with Snaggletooth Bandana and Heavyweight Ticklefight Champion of the World (Bourbon barrel-aged barleywine) on draft. Our great friends from Indiana at 18th Street will have two drafts available as this crew makes their debut in Wisconsin on this night.
Sunday, May 7, 10AM-2PM
SOB x Goodkind Present A Good 'Ol Fashioned Michelada Bar
Featuring 2016 GABF Bronze-Medalist Lü and one of Earth's most magnificent brunches, join us Sunday between 10AM-2PM. Longtime supporters of all things Solemn Oath, we're thrilled to cap off our first week in Wisconsin with some great friends. This is what life is supposed to be.
As always hit us with questions on Twitter a @solemnoathbeer or comment below. We hope to see your faces this week in Milwaukee.
Sometimes at the brewery we listen to rock and sometimes we listen to rap. On occasion you might hear some jazz, pop, or a splash of early punk. The important thing to realize is that we’re always lively. Always accomplishing something. Always planning for what we hope will not be your favorite new thing, or the brewery’s favorite new thing, but our favorite thing together. Never complacent and always adapting. Changing the world, probably.y.