About Brüdd Coffee Cheese and Craft Beer
Brudd features 24 local Tap Beers, Nitro Coffee, and Espresso drinks. We have a beer for every taste bud and have been known to turn a wine lover into a beer connoisseur. Do you prefer beer from a local Milwaukee micro-brewery or something from a nano-brewery based in the woods of Wisconsin? We offer frothy beers from both, and every brewery in between.
Bring your appetite: We have an ever expanding cheese menu to pair that delicious brew with artisan cheese! Our traditional Wisconsin Menu features cheese plates, Usinger’s brats, and the best grilled cheese you’ll ever have. Our Beer List constantly changes, our Menu features lots of different local products, our beer lines are cleaned weekly, but one thing never changes here: We are passionate about beer and cheese. Ask your bartender about their favorite pairing and you’ll hear the excitement in their voice immediately. There’s nothing our friendly staff likes more than finding a beer to please your palate.
Still not convinced you should come and visit? We also offer wines, espresso drinks, and drink specials every day of the week. Our delicious Bloody Mary is paired with a local beer and sausage garnish, and we offer some of the finest Wisconsin goodies around!
Brüdd Cafe offers an unique opportunity to try your favorite Wisconsin cheese with Wisconsin beer and wines. One notable feature of Brüdd is our featured tasting events. A local brewery teams up with the Cheese Bar to host an event pairing cheeses with local brews, a must-have experience. See our Event Calendar for details.
Address: 1048 N. Old World Third Street, Milwaukee, WI 53203
Year Established: 1938
Owners: Kenneth & Melissa McNulty
Ken McNulty is a 3rd Generation Milwaukeean. His grandfather founded a food brokerage business in Milwaukee in 1939 and Ken worked for the family’s food business in the years before heading off to college. He left Milwaukee at age 18 to finish college in Oregon, Austria, and Germany and enlisted in the Air Force to help pay for the rest of his studies. Ken became a Russian translator in the Air Force and was subsequently stationed in Berlin during the fall of the Berlin wall.