Washington County Parks Announce Continued Partnership with 1840 Brewing Company
Posted on 04/14/2021
1840 Homestead Hollow

Washington County Parks Announce Continued Partnership with 1840 Brewing Company

The Washington County Park and Trail System announced their continued partnership yesterday with 1840 Brewing Company from Milwaukee. For the second summer, 1840 will host a series of beer gardens throughout Washington County parks.

"Come on out to our parks and enjoy everything we have to offer with our upcoming beer gardens" said County Executive, Josh Schoemann.

"We are thrilled to be bringing our beer garden series back to Washington County for another Summer!" said 1840 Brewing Company Owner, Kyle Vetter. "The parks are beautiful and the community is so welcoming it was an easy decision to return for another season. We can't wait to share our beers with you at one of the 10 Summer events!"


Friday, 6/4 Homestead Hollow
Friday, 6/11 Homestead Hollow
Friday, 6/25 Ackerman's Grove
Friday, 7/9 Homestead Hollow
Friday, 7/23 Homestead Hollow
Friday, 7/30 Heritage Trails
Friday, 8/13 Homestead Hollow
Friday, 8/20 Leonard J Yahr
Friday, 9/10 Homestead Hollow
Saturday, 10/16 Sandy Knoll

About the Washington County Park and Trail System

Washington County Park System is a sustainable park and trail system that is being strategically improved and expanded to improve the quality of life for the citizens of Washington County. For more information, visit washcowisco.gov or follow @WashCoParks on Twitter or like on Facebook.

About 1840 Brewing

1840 Brewing Company is a highly regarded Milwaukee based brewery that makes a variety of Ales and Lagers. Their tagline is "Drink Slow Beer" and that doesn't just refer to the time it takes to make their products. Although many of their barrel aged beers take months, or even years to make, slow beer is more of a mindset that refers to the thoughtfulness with which their beers are crafted. Expect a wide array of flavors when sampling 1840 beers. They always feature some light, dark, sour, hoppy, and fruity!