it was never about the beer
We pride ourselves in serving authentic German bier at our Biergarten. But its never been about the beer - or the music, or the mini Bavarian flags on pretzels. (Although, those are pretty fun.) It has always been about the 'GEMEINSCHAFT'. In English, this word directly translates to 'community'. It references the time spent with loved ones, seeing a friend after a long absence and general togetherness that gives a warm feeling.
We wanted to create a relaxed and inviting atmosphere that set the stage for lasting memories between families. In this space, it's not uncommon to share a picnic table with strangers and leave as friends. It's about the evening celebration that arrives at the end of a working day. It's about furry companions, tossing baseballs and dancing like no one is watching.
That's why we created the Biergarten, and we hope you enjoy all that is has to offer.
Mike, Tony + Staff
kenosha's most authentic biergarten
Traditional Biergarten facilities have existed in Germany for ages. The earliest recorded establishment was listed to have existed in Bamberg in 1605. While it is unknown which brewery was first, it was likely that it was one of Munich's big six: Paulaner, Hacker-Pschorr, Spaten, Holfbrauhaus or Augustinerbrau. We are proud to serve Paulaner and Hacker-Pschorr, including the world-renown Oktoberfest Marzen.
We are proud to be Kenosha's first authentic public Biergarten. In 2016, we teamed up with the Kenosha County Parks System to bring create a space for families to make memories outdoors. A percentage of all earnings goes back to city of Kenosha to continue the great work of preserving our beautiful county parks.
We keep six unique, refreshing biers on tap that have been imported directly from Munich, DE. Alongside these delicious brews, we also keep a rotating stock of fresh, local craft beer from Wisconsinites' favorite breweries. And don't forget about the pretzels and pretzel buns - our friends from the Milwaukee Pretzel Company bake them fresh for us all season.