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Milwaukee’s Traveling Beer Garden is set to return for its 10th year this summer, with Sprecher returning for their third year of collaboration with Milwaukee County Parks.

The event, which has generated over $4.5 million in revenue for the park department, will feature 12 stops on the tour this year, with brats and soft pretzels, food trucks, and other vendors on hand.

The first day of each stop on the tour will feature free beer, with the first day of free beer taking place on May 17th at Greenfield Park.

While there will be fewer stops than in years past, organizers hope for a more consistent experience for attendees.

The revenue generated from the traveling beer garden goes back into improving the park system, including green spaces, trails, and playgrounds.

The traveling beer garden has been an amazing success, generating almost $12 million in revenue since its inception in 2014.

So make sure to mark your calendars and enjoy the warm summer days with a cold beer in hand at the Traveling Beer Garden.

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