Free pumpkin carving and Days of Darkness at Imperial Oak Brewing this Halloween

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    Imperial Oak Brewing pumpkin carving Courtesy of Imperial Oak Brewing

 
 
Updated 10/15/2021 9:16 PM

Come gouge some gourds. On Thursday, Oct. 28, Imperial Oak Brewing is hosting a free pumpkin carving night at 7 p.m. at IOB Brookfield, 9526 Ogden Ave. in Brookfield.

Complimentary pumpkins and tools will be provided, just bring your creativity! The bar will be serving up some spooky themed cocktails & beer infusions including "RedRum" rum spiced cider, "Blood in the Water" Imperial Black IPA with blood orange, and "PB&J" Milk Stout. GrzGrub will be on site serving up their Chili among other tasty treats and the screens will be tuned to some frightening flicks.

 

Next, the Days of Darkness are once again upon us. On Oct. 29-30, both tap rooms will be over taken by darkness. As part of the dark beer tap take over, IOB is releasing Barrel Aged "I Must Break You" Russian Imperial Stout aged in Heaven Hill 10 year Bourbon barrels and a Coconut/Vanilla variant. The darkness continues with "Dark Water" Imperial Black IPA, "Dark Helmet" Schwarzbier, and several other dark beers on tap and in cans to-go.

Don't be scared of Imperial Oak Brewing this Halloween!

About Imperial Oak Brewing

Imperial Oak Brewing is a small (7 bbl) brewery that puts the beer first. The focus is on imperial strength and barrel aged brews while offering an ever changing variety of styles to satisfy a wide range of tastes. Guests can enjoy a wide variety of beer on tap, on premise bottles, and beer to-go in cans, bottles, and crowlers. Imperial Oak Brewing opened in Willow Springs in 2013 and added a second location in Brookfield in 2020 as the vision of two home brewers, Brett Semenske and Grant Hamilton, as well as the owner of a craft beer bar, Chris DiBraccio. All have a passion for making (and drinking) great beer while providing a unique space for guests to enjoy. Visit imperialoakbrewing.com/home/.

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