🎧 Milwaukee's Menomonee Valley History on Wisconsin Drunken History Podcast🎵 🍺

The 3rd collaborative podcast between Rock the Green and Wisconsin Drunken History podcast.


Our pals Erik and Russ of WDH explore the history of Milwaukee’s Menomonee River Valley and discuss the Valley Week (Sept 25-Oct 2, 2021) happenings with Michelle Kramer of Menomonee Valley Partners. Andy Gehl of Third Space Brewing and Lindsay Stevens of Rock the Green chat about Third Space Brewing's 5 Year Anniversary shindig on Saturday, September 25 from 2 pm-10 pm located at Third Space 1505 W St. Paul Ave, Milwaukee WI

Music, and interviews with Derek of Derek Pritzl & The Gamble, David Wake of De la Buena

Third Space and Rock the Green are partnering up to celebrate Third Space Brewing's 5th Anniversary with a FREE, zero-waste shindig produced by Rock the Green.


3PM - V Funk High-powered, high-energy funk band that adds their own musical flavor to Old School, Funk, R&B, and Blues


6PM - De La Buena Afro-Cuban and Latin Jazz ensemble, who performed Rock the Green’s Earth Day Celebration in 2015


8PM - Derek Pritzl & the Gamble Country, blues, and Americana-flavored rock ​ Big shout out to Black Girls Do Bike, Cadence, The Velo Femmes, and the Tosa Spokesmen who will be powering up the bands on the pedal power stage. Come hungry! Locavore food trucks from Twisted Plants, Hidden Kitchen, and Triciclo Peru ​ 2 Fiver Year Anniversary exclusive beers, multiple food trucks, and the opportunity to purchase elevated party experiences with a percentage of proceeds being donated to Rock The Green.


Activities & Eco-education from Rock the Green's Eco-Champ’ partners provided by: Menomonee Valley Partners, Urban Ecology Center, Compost Crusader, Milwaukee Riverkeeper, Teens Grow Greens, the City of Milwaukee’s Environmental Collaboration Office (ECO), the Education and Outreach Work Group of the City-County Task Force on Climate and Economic Equity, Girls Rock MKE & Ladies Rock MKE.

Nonprofit Partnership


The celebration is FREE, but Third Space has options that includes extra perks such as VIP seating and access to their most limited beer releases.


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Each year, Third Space Brewing selects a local nonprofit to support its annual anniversary party. “This year the anniversary theme is celebrating the past with our eyes on the future. Our anniversary party is a great opportunity to have some fun with our team and our loyal customers while doing some good for the community. We chose Rock the Green as our partner this year because they know how to throw a great party for a good cause. We love their mission to create a more sustainable ecosystem in concert with each other.” - Andy Gehl, Third Space Brewing Co-Founder & President



Ever seen the pedal power stage in action? Eileen Seeger, RTG's pedal-power manager powers up the stage with The Velo Femmes at RTG's Sustainability Festival 🚲


About Wisconsin Drunken History: Beginning in Elkhorn, Wisconsin, Russ Saari and Erik Sturgeon were schoolmates and friends before joining forces in the podcast world. In 2008 the duo would gain an even closer bond as musicians and bandmates working in tandem to write music they would eventually record and play live in clubs around the Madison and Milwaukee area. Amidst a pandemic, the pair found balance in podcasting about things they each loved: Wisconsin History and Culture, Wisconsin Products, and Wisconsin Music.

With such topics as outboard motors, guitars, farming, and brewing, Wisconsin Drunken History explores nearly all facets of Wisconsin’s midwestern lifestyle and manufacturing. The pair also explores many famous Wisconsin traditions including Friday fish fries, the brandy old-fashioned, UW Badgers “jump around,” and tailgating.

Telling the stories behind giants such as Ariens, Harley-Davidson, Klement’s, Koss, Neenah Foundry, and a seemingly infinite number of craft breweries, the two minds behind Wisconsin Drunken History have educated listeners about nearly all the prominent manufacturers and figures in the state of Wisconsin and work to reinforce the importance of buying local and supporting brands with Wisconsin roots. Wisconsin Drunken History dives deep into our truly diverse beginnings and culture.

Russ and Erik incorporate Wisconsin’s eclectic and talented musicians into each podcast.


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