Through summer, we’re serving on our sidewalk patio in our beautiful neighborhood of Story Hill, weather permitting. Join us for weekday lunch, weekend brunch, Happy Hour cocktailing, or to enjoy our share plate-style dinner. On Saturday and Sunday, the patio is available for brunch seating starting at 10 a.m., weather permitting.
Our multi-talented manager Tracey designed our planters with herb gardens and pineapple plants. Taking in these lush and fragrant planters are worth the trip alone!
Story Hill BKC was included in this list of “8 Great Milwaukee Brunch Spots for Long, Languid Weekend Mornings”: “The cheerful, cocktail-slinging staff dressed in checkered shirts and tan aprons seems to know you’re hungry; come early.” Oh, we know. And what could be better than enjoying it outdoors? Reservations for dinner available via email@example.com or 414-539-4424.
We’re opening an hour early on Father’s Day, this Sunday, June 18, to serve brunch. We’ll open the doors at 8 a.m. to give everyone a chance to enjoy brunch on what hopefully will be a beautiful summer day.
If you’re shopping for Father’s Day gifts, we have beer, wine, and whiskey for the fathers that appreciate “the good stuff.” Here are some of our premium whiskies available in the shop:
• Michter’s 10-year Bourbon
• Michter’s 10-year Rye
• Michter’s Barrel Strength Rye
• WhistlePig 15-year Rye
• WhistlePig Old World Rye
• Knob Creek 2001 Bourbon
• Booker’s Limited Edition Rye
• Jameson The Cooper’s Croze Irish Whiskey
• Green Spot Irish Whiskey
• Yellow Spot Irish Whiskey
• Jefferson’s Groth Reserve Cask Bourbon
• Jefferson’s Prichard Hill Cask Bourbon
• Laphroig Lore Scotch
• The Macallan Double Cask Scotch
• High West Yippee Ki-Yay Rye
• Wild Turkey Master’s Keep Boubon
• Wild Turkey Generations Bourbon
• Yamazaki 12-year Whiskey
• Yamazaki 18-year Whiskey
And of course, our 1792 private label Black Shoe Bourbon…always great! … especially for just $32.
For when you want an amazing brunch, but you also want a growler filled with beer… Milwaukee Record names Story Hill BKC one of “12 great places to fill your growler in Milwaukee.”
“They’re one of the best picks for tasty food and great growler options. Come for their amazing brunch, and leave with 64 ounces of beer to enjoy at home.”
We’re excited to announce the next beer dinner in our Bar Bites series, and it’s a great match-up: Bell’s Brewery of Kalamazoo, Michigan. Since opening as a homebrew supply store in 1983, Bell’s has grown to produce beloved seasonal and specialty beer in the Upper Midwest such as Oberon, Two Hearted Ale, and Hopslam.
On Monday, June 12, enjoy a 5-courses paired with Bell’s beer at Story Hill BKC starting at 6 p.m. $65 includes dinner, reception, and pairings; gratuity and tax not included. For reservations, call Story Hill BKC at 414-539-4424 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out scenes from our most recent Bar Bites Beer Dinner.
Join us for dinner on Tuesday, June 20, to support Stepping Stone Farms, a non-profit horse rescue and therapeutic facility in Franksville that serves the needs of people in the South East Wisconsin area. UPDATE: Thanks to your generosity, this evening contributed $1,067 to Stepping Stone Farms.
We’ll contribute 20% of food sales that evening to Stepping Stone Farms, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
We’ll also feature a “wine pull” – one mixed mystery case of red wine, and one mixed mystery case of white wine, available for $20 per bottle. You get what you grab, if you’re enjoying it here or at home, while supply lasts. Wine pull proceeds go entirely to Stepping Stone Farms. Make your dinner reservation by calling 414-539-4424 or emailing email@example.com.
Parking is available across the street for Story Hill BKC guests in single file along the Western curb of Central Greens driveway. Additional parking lot behind Central Greens available after 4 p.m., or any time on Sunday. No overnight parking, please.
Call Story Hill BKC at 414-539-4424 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about parking.
Join us Monday, May 1 for a European-themed four-station tasting dinner. “Spring in Europe” celebrates the food, drink and culture of Europe. Enjoy beer and wine pairings from Bofferding and Domaines Vinsmoselle. Menu includes…
Cheese Display: Apricoit Onion Tart, Cherry Turnover
Chicon Au Gratin Toast: Endive, Carr Valley Gouda, Uphoff Ham
Duck Bratwurst w/ house sauerkraut, pickled mustard, pretzel roll
Capon Spaetzle: Black Pepper Spaetzle, Capon Caper Demi
Assorted Petit Fours: Apricoit Onion Tart, Cherry Turnover
$60 for an individual; $100 for a couple. Every guest will receive a free gift bag, and be entered into a raffle for a grand prize of a $50 gift card. Includes gratuity; tax not included. Call Story Hill BKC at 414-539-4424 or email email@example.com for reservations.
Join us to watch the annual Blue Mound Road Business Association’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade, starting at 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 11. The parade finishes just past our front door. We’ll have an outdoor bar with Bloody Marys and beer!
Note: Blue Mound Road will be closed at 1 p.m., so keep that in mind when you’re parking. We serve Brunch ’til 2 p.m., and then it’s $2 off Tap Beer and Tap Cocktails inside until 6 p.m., with our Happy Hour menu available from 3-5 p.m. and dinner at 5 p.m.
Click to check out the fun from the 2016 and 2015 parades!
Central Waters is among the best breweries for barrel-aging and environmental sustainablility – and they’re right here in Wisconsin. Join us for a Bar Bites beer dinner featuring the beer of Central Waters.
RESERVATIONS ARE CURRENTLY FULL. We are accepting waitlist names. Call 414-539-4424 for reservations; reservations are required. Dinner is $65 and includes reception, 5 beer-paired courses; gratuity and tax not included. Reception begins at 6 p.m. with dinner to follow at 6:30 p.m.
We have a wall full of whiskey gifts, including some unique, rare and hard-to-find whiskeys. Look to the West wall, just through the Hobbit hole, for some tremendous whiskeys.
Booker’s Rye is really the crown jewel, recently named “World Whisky of the Year” for 2017 by Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible. It’s aged 13 years, and beat out 1,240 new whiskies for the honor, by being “simply a staggering example of magnificent rye showing exactly what genius in terms of whiskey actually means.”
Whistle Pig 15-year Rye is the distillery’s oldest whiskey, aged in repurposed bourbon barrels before being finished in new barrels built from oak grown on its own Vermont farm.
Or, go for Whistle Pig 12-year Old World Rye. What they mean by “Old World” is that it’s finished in old Sauternes, Madeira, and Port barrels.
We love Michter’s, and had the pleasure of some of their premium offerings at Maxie’s Michter’s Whiskey Dinner in February. You can find them here, including Michter’s Barrel Strength Rye and Michter’s 10-year Bourbon.
Maxie’s also hosted a High West Whiskey Dinner this year, and we have a few of their creative blends, including Midwinters’ Night Dram (rye finished in port and French oak barrels), Yippee Ki Yay (rye aged in vermouth and Syrah barrels), and Campfire (a rustic, smoky blend of bourbon, rye and scotch).
Plus, we have rarities from some big names, including Knob Creek 2001 14-year Bourbon, Wild Turkey Master’s Keeper 17-year Bourbon, Redemption 7-year Barrel Proof Rye, Jameson 18-year Irish Whiskey, and Laphroig Lore Scotch.
‘Tis the season for whiskey. We’re tasting our very own single barrel selection today, along with a fine red wine, at our Free Friday Tasting, 4-6 p.m. Stop by for a sip!
Black Shoe Hospitality Single Barrel 1792 Bourbon – We’re on our third single barrel selection, because we love having our name on a bourbon. We picked this one out specifically to be a crowd-pleaser – it’s easy-drinking, yet complex – great to drink alone or in a cocktail.
It’s a tawny caramel color, and hits you with sweet honey and vanilla, and then some orange and spice. It finishes nice and woody, but not too oaky. It’s bottled at 93.7 proof, so a little hotter than usual but smooth enough that you can still enjoy it straight.
Portada, Winemaker’s Selection Tinto Red, Red Blend, Lisboa, Portugal 2011 – This is a deep, dark wine with rock-solid structure you’d expect from a more expensive wine. Plum and berry fruit flavor is balanced by lively acidity. Very pleasant, and elegant, with a medium body. It’s a Wine Enthusiast 90-point Best Buy, if you’re into that sort of thing.
This is a great reminder of the value of Portuguese wine and its lesser-known varietals (it’s a blend of Tinta Roriz, Alicante Bouschet, Cabernet Sauvignon, Caladoc, Castelão, Pinot Noir and Touriga Nacional).
Enjoy our Free Friday Tasting, whether you’re buying a case or just in for a taste, 4-6 p.m. at Story Hill BKC