Thursday, June 30, 2011
What Do You Do?
skippy's thursday nite music club
british government officials approached nuclear companies to draw up a co-ordinated public relations strategy to play down the fukushima nuclear accident just two days after the earthquake and tsunami in japan and before the extent of the radiation leak was known.
internal emails seen by the guardian show how the business and energy departments worked closely behind the scenes with the multinational companies edf energy, areva and westinghouse to try to ensure the accident did not derail their plans for a new generation of nuclear stations in the UK.
"this has the potential to set the nuclear industry back globally," wrote one official at the department for business, innovation and skills (bis), whose name has been redacted. "we need to ensure the anti-nuclear chaps and chapesses do not gain ground on this. we need to occupy the territory and hold it. we really need to show the safety of nuclear." - the guardian
The Nazca Lines...
One UFO Mystery Solved...
An U.S. Air Force Minotaur 1 rocket carrying the Department of Defense Operationally Responsive Space office’s ORS-1 satellite was successfully launched at 11:09 p.m. EDT today from NASA’s Launch Range at the Wallops Flight Facility and the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport in Virginia...
just one more one more thing...
also, here's the complete 2004 fresh air interview w/falk including his thoughts about working w/john cassavettes
thursday night blues
let your windows create electricity
vote republican, lose 6.7 million jobs
ohio public workers retire inrecord numbers to avoid sb5 pension changes
look out, it's roboscott!
what, no cheese shop? the telegraph picks the five best monty python sketches
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
republican representative disqualified from wisconsin recall ballot
after taking a $10 billion bailout, goldman sachs will outsource 1,000 jobs
how to pick a password that's hard to hack
revised science textbooks for christians
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
skippy's tuesday night music club
little cayman islands on the prairie
you wouldn't know to look at it, but this small, unassuming home in cheyenne, wyoming, is a bustling center of american industry, with more than 2,000 companies registered to this single address.
reuters had a look inside the house, home to wyoming corporate services, a business-incorporation specialist, and found "walls of the main room are covered floor to ceiling with numbered mailboxes labeled as corporate 'suites'," while a lone employee answers the phone and sorts mail. - consumerist
tweet of the day
Abolish the Republican Party Now
"He informed me by text while he was on the floor," [Erie County Republican Chairman Nicholas A.] Langworthy said of [New York, State Sen. Mark J.] Grisanti's Friday vote. "I urged him to stick by his word he had given. The people elected him on what he ran on. This is not tax policy or something. This is important stuff." [emphasis mine]
Good to know The Republican Party has ceased to give a shit about anything for which the Ancestral Party stood.
you take the high road: scotland leads the world in cocaine use
steve benen: if one ignores the reagan, clinton, bush, and obama eras, the right’s assumptions about economic policy are quite sound
the reaction: my problem with tim pawlenty, besides everything he stands for
glad you're not in the japanese nuclear meltdown? then avoid the new mexico wildfire or the nebraska flood
Boom, Boom, Acka Lacka Lacka Boom...
Monday, June 27, 2011
skippy's monday night music club
michele bachmann is not smarter than a 5th grader
it came during yet another m.bach shout-out to her Iowa roots (she mentioned "iowa" 14 times in her 21-minute opener monday). this time, blinded with a hawkeyed torpor, she noted that legendary western star john wayne also was born in her hometown of waterloo, iowa.
close. wayne was born in winterset -- about 150 miles away. perhaps she was confusing the duke with clown-dressing serial killer john wayne gacy who lived and worked in waterloo. - sfgate
another good reason to not snort coke
pushing rope discusses "obamabots," the "professional left," and complete fabrications
wisconsin supreme court justice david proesser choked a fellow justice by the neck. that can't be good
stop the presses: study finds gun owners drink more
Sunday, June 26, 2011
chernobyl: a screw-up or a cover-up?
ufos in the uk
forget the werewolf in london
the footage was filmed near the bbc radio 1 building in great portland street, and shows specks of white light flying at high altitude over the capital. - the telegraph
environmental news stories sunday
warming oceans cause largest movement of marine species in two million years. - warming ocean waters are causing the largest movement of marine species seen on earth in more than two million years, according to scientists - london daily telegraph
allergist says climate change increasing allergic reactions. - dr. mark windt, a north hampton pulmonologist, allergist and immunologist. and one of the reasons you're feeling so lousy could be climate change - dow jones newswires
al gore essay puts him back in the spotlight. - with a frontal attack wednesday on obama's environmental record, the former vice president – in true gore fashion via a 7,000-word rolling stone essay – proved that he still commands an audience despite a decade out of public office - politico
scientists warn of 'high risk' of marine extinctions. - life in the oceans is at imminent risk of the worst spate of extinctions in millions of years due to threats such as climate change and overfishing, a study says - reuters
danger heats up for australia's platypus. - global warming could shrink the habitat of australia's duck-billed platypus by a third, researchers warned rriday, with hotter, drier temperatures threatening its survival - afp
medicines in water supply drug disposal can be tricky. - getting rid of a television, a gallon of kerosene or a set of tires in an environmentally friendly way can be done with relative ease in north jersey. but that small bottle of expired pills your doctor prescribed a few years ago? that's a bit more difficult - bergen county record
how do you drug test a city? check the sewer. - it only takes a teaspoon of waste water to reveal an entire city's eating or drinking habits — and also its drug habits. scientists in norway are using the technology, called sewer epidemiology, to drug test an entire city - npr all things considered
france stops sale of seeds from British firm after e.coli outbreak hospitalises eight people. - a british seed firm has been linked to an e-coli outbreak which has made ten people seriously ill in france. most are thought to have eaten a chilled soup, garnished with rocket and mustard vegetable sprouts, at a fair in bordeaux two weeks ago. - london observer
tepco failed to report possible hydrogen explosion. - tokyo electric power co. knew there could be an explosion at the no. 3 reactor at the fukushima no. 1 nuclear power plant the day before it happened, but didn't report the possibility to authorities. - asahi shimbun
don't drain the lake. - a bill rammed through the ohio house last week on a party-line vote, and similarly fast-tracked for senate passage this week, would allow businesses to withdraw as much as 5 million gallons of water a day from lake erie without even getting a state permit - toledo blade
natural disasters hit state budgets. the tornadoes and floods that pummeled much of the south and midwest also have dealt a serious blow to struggling state budgets, potentially forcing new cuts to education and other services to offset hundreds of millions of dollars in disaster aid. - npr
broups begin planning for flood aftermath of tree die-offs. - as the summer goes on and the waters stay high, public groups must start planning for the time when the water recedes and leaves behind it acres and miles of dead vegetation and thousands upon thousands of dead and dying trees all along the river. - bismark tribune
taiwanese food blogger fined and jailed for negative review
what if there were waiting periods for wars, but not abortions?
science proves whining is annoying
lt. columbo: class warrior
Saturday, June 25, 2011
saturday in the park
have we reached peak tea party?
tim pawlenty's top aides are working without pay
and he can't tell a joke
a chance meeting w/gov. scott walker
the real sixth sense
It's A Bitch, No Question...
Friday, June 24, 2011
tweet of the day
happy 7th blogiversary™
and, like the southern state in which he and the elvis loving mrs. monk live...he's always on my mind...and bookmarks.
stop by. say howdee...maybe stay for a delicious recipe.
just one more thing...
falk, who had suffered from alzheimer's disease and dementia in recent years, died thursday evening at his home in beverly hills. he was 83.
falk earned four emmys for his role as the rumpled los angeles police detective who famously never disclosed his first name. in the "columbo" telepics that universal tv produced for nbc and later abc from the early 1970s on and off through the early 2000s, lt. columbo was always assigned high-profile homicide cases involving l.a.'s rich and famous.
we will miss him greatly. rest in peace, peter falk.
another friday night
paper you can wear
breakfast, and lunch, at tiffany's? newt had a second million-dollar line of credit
swedish condom company advertises to fill "hard but satisfying job"
is veena sud the new ed wood
Thursday, June 23, 2011
i shot the walrus
bob marley vs. the beatles - let it be no cry
thursday's child i want you back
pushing rope has an in-depth look at ginger lee, the ex-porn star and progressive activist tweeted by anthony weiner
national repub senate committee caught making up false tweets from democrats
prisons biggest recipient of alabama's education funds
things this republican congeess has done instead of creating jobs
sarah palin's bus tour across america? she quit halfway through
barney frank and ron paul want to legalize marijuana"
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
The trend is not your friend? Or Schaeffers Research not thinking they need to spend money on headline writers?
Labels: stock market
waiting for wednesday
it's not a good start for the jon huntsman campaign
the wnba turns 15 this week!
wal-mart too big to sue
one in five americans would not support a mormon for president
ben stein's no intelligence allowed is being auctioned off
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
happy summer solstice
love you til tuesday
majority of utah residents support replacing orrin hatch
american atheists are fed up
scientists discover the perfect cup of tea
9 lives? cat survives 14-story fall from apt. building window
Monday, June 20, 2011
jon stewart, the patron saint of skippy international
of course...faux edited the interview to make them a little less, well, crazy.
speaking with host chris wallace, stewart referenced emails from fox news vice president and dc managing editor bill sammon to bolster his case that fox news resembles "ideological regimes" who receive "marching orders." stewart told wallace that fox news "reminds me of, you know -- you know, ideological regimes. they can't understand that there is free media other places. because they receive marching orders." stewart then said "and if you want me to go through bill sammon's emails" but was cut off by wallace.
stewart was referencing a series of leaked emails that media matters released showing sammon slanting his bureau's reporting. In one email, sammon ordered his news staff to cast doubt on established climate science. In another, Sammon directed staff not to use the phrase "public option," but instead the gop-friendly "government option" and similar phrases. sammon also sent emails highlighting "obama's references to socialism, liberalism, marxism and marxists" in his 1995 autobiography and slanting fox's coverage of president obama's 2009 cairo speech.
but viewers watching fox news sunday on-air wouldn't have heard stewart's reference to sammon because it didn't appear on air. stewart's reference instead appears in the "unedited" interview that fox news posted online.- media matters
what if they decide the sun is cooling?
Labels: global warming
Beauty-Scoring Evolution: 2 for, 3 Against
Only Miss Massachusetts and [newly crowned Miss USA, Alyssa] Campanella stood up for Darwin.
Score one for Charles Darwin. Campanella, 21, of Los Angeles, who calls herself "a huge science geek," says evolution should be taught in public schools.
The good news is that only three contestants were "flat out opposed":
Miss Kentucky, home state of the Creation Museum; Miss Alaska who assures us "each of us was individually created by God for a purpose;" and Miss Alabama who doesn't believe in evolution.
Which leaves 45 or so to be confused.
Go read the whole thing. Then make the decision: either (a) emigrate to a country that educates its beauty contestants or (b) ignore them entirely for the sake of your sanity.
(h/t Andrew Verdon—far left of the bottom picture—or available in video here)
(cross-posted from Angry Bear)
except for monday
following the dominionist thread in gop candidates
is the french town of burgurach the only place on earth that will survive the 2012 apocalypse?
things are bad for everyone these days...except rich executives
Sunday, June 19, 2011
Another Day Finished...
Is This Classic Rock Yet?
My generation gave rock 'n roll its last hurrah in the form of grunge. How much longer do I have to wait until bands like Pearl Jam get the respect they deserve?
every day is like sunday
only a communist would use those ne wfangled curlicued lighrbulbs
montgomery county maryland shuts down kids' lemonade stand
larry flynt offers anthony weiner a job
speaking of which, conservatives used fake names on twitter to gather info on weiner
aides to former maryland gov. indicted on voter suppression
Saturday, June 18, 2011
When the Change is Made Uptown and The Big Man Joined the Band
Need Some Crimson, Need It Now...
while the corporate media is concentrating on weiners
this bill would amend section 205 of the michigan zoning enabling act to specify that a zoning ordinance cannot prevent the extraction of valuable natural resources from any property unless "very serious consequences" would result from the extraction.
netroots nation 2012
tweets of the day
40% of the benefits ot pawlenty's tax plan go to the richest 1%
rest in peace producer of carol burnett and dinah shore's shows (among others) bob banner
david brooks seems to think the cause of the economic disaster was barney franks and acorn
breitbart tries to crash netroots nation
Friday, June 17, 2011
skippy's friday night music club
mitt romney...basement dweller
according to karger's timetable, romney and his wife, ann, bought a $12.5 million home in la jolla, california, in may 2008. ("i wanted to be where i could hear the waves," romney told the ap of his move to the west coast.) thereafter, romney became a regular at california political events, even campaigning for meg whitman during her gubernatorial bid. a year later, in april 2009, the romneys sold their home in belmont, massachusetts, for $3.5 million, and registered to vote from an address in the basement of an 8,000 square-foot belmont manse owned by their son tagg. but where the romneys really lived these past couple of years seems to be a bit of a mystery. while romney was appearing at so many california political events people were speculating he was going to run for office there, the national journal reported in may 2009 that the romneys had made their primary residence a $10 million estate in new hampshire. the discrepancies in the news coverage prompted karger to take a closer look, in part because he found it dubious that a guy worth $500 million would really be living in his son's basement. - mother jones
guess it's another version of "iokiurar." ann coulter apparently lived in her real estate agent's office.
the incident was first reported to county officials by precinct advisor james whited (incident report posted in full below) who had informed coulter that her true home address, at 242 seabreeze ave., did not match the one on her voter registration. coulter, had inexplicably used her real estate agent's address on the voter registration form which includes a signature next to an oath which says, in part, "all information on this form is true" and acknowledges the third-degree felony penalties for lying. - the brad blogand yet another case of "iokiurar"
oh, and late today, what do you know? in addition to mitt romney, yet another high-profile republican is being reported to have committed apparent voter fraud: missouri's u.s. congressman todd akin, who is set to run for the u.s. senate against democratic sen. clare mccaskill next year, abruptly changed his voter registration last month on the very same day the st. louis post-dispatch reported that akin had been voting for years from a property where he did not live. - the brad blog
i also believe that there was some sort of talk decades ago about then congressman michael huffington filing tax returns saying that his main residence was in texas while "representing" the santa barbara california area in d.c.
they screamed and yelled to "shut down acorn" because of "imagined" voter fraud cases, and yet not a word about these real cases.
a few minutes on friday
michelle bachman is seriously crazy, she once ran out of a public bathroom because she thought two fans w/political questions were trying to gay molest her
a group of australian scientists have set up a blog to help everyone w/points to refute climate change denialists
netroots nation is frustrated w/obama
Thursday, June 16, 2011
skippy's thursday night music club
27 senators sign bipartisan letter demanding troop withdrawal from afghanistan
sarah palin's approval down to 24%
what you can learn from architect barbie
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
who would jesus vote for?
whoops! it turns out that the writer of the blog "a gay girl in damascus" is neither gay, nor a girl, nor in damascus
anybody else thinks ron paul looks like the elf that wanted to be a dentist?
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
barely out of tuesday
$6.6 billion missing in iraq? it was stolen
here's a first hand account of mitt romney, job destroyer
is beyonce a feminist?
rest in peace spider-man producer and "stand up to cancer" organizer laura ziskin
Monday, June 13, 2011
Imagine Your Face, There In His Place...
Can I Call Joe Biden (VP-BofA) An Idiot Now?
And I bet you didn't know that your tax dollars pay for a website dedicated to the Desert Tortoise. I'm sure it's a wonderful species, but we can't afford to have a standalone site devoted to every member of the animal kingdom.
They mean this site, I assume. An endangered species
Not even the state of Arizona is as stupid as Biden and his handlers, including BarryO, who "asked me [Biden] to head up the Campaign to Cut Waste." Especially since the clueless "I'm sure it's a wonderful species" translates to "No, I couldn't be bothered to find out if the example being sent to millions of registered voters made any sense."
Saving that $1-2 a year on website registry costs will certainly make spending $10 Billion a month on killing other endangered species--Americans, Afghanis, Iraqis, and Libyans--much more cost-effective.
Glad the Administration has its eye on What Really Matters.
UPDATE: Via Dr. Black, I see that BarryO himself shares in his Veep's idiocy. That must be why he makes the big bucks.**
*Since I live in New Jersey, where the Republican administration is trying to destroy the best public education system in any state, this is unlikely to endanger the chance that the former Senator-MBNA is re-elected.
**Hint to Barry: If you want to save the country enough money that tortoises and fiddlers can continue being honored, just drop your salary back to the level of Bill Clinton. You're dealing with just as few employed Americans as he did, after all.
$6.6 billion stolen
nasa predicts: the world will not end in 2012
are we in denial about loud music and hearing loss?
5 democratic senators tell vp biden not to cave in on medicare
Sunday, June 12, 2011
skippy's sunday night music club
why i will not go to las vegas
the final passage of assembly bill 571 in the dark of the night, hours before the 76th session of the legislature ended, shows once again that special interest groups that can hire high-powered lobbyists win because money talks. nevada is now the first state in the country to roll back its smoking law — the nevada clean indoor air act. - las vegas sun
tweet of the day
environmental news stories sunday
but...i digress. onward.
addison county family lived nightmare over arsenic in the well. - when gov. peter shumlin issued a surprise veto of a bill that would require all new residential wells be tested for a variety of toxic elements, he said he wanted to avoid levying a mandate on vermonters. he said most vermonters’ water was as clean as could be. he hadn’t met bjorn coburn. - burlington free press
kentucky governor wants federal regulators off the back of coal. - kentucky gov. steve beshear, a democrat, maintains when it comes to regulating coal, it's time for the federal government and the obama administration to "get off our backs." - evansville courier& press
resident fights oil company for his property rights. - a legal but controversial tool of oil and gas drillers across the nation is getting as severe a test as gary williams can give it. williams has single-handedly stalled a proposed 80-acre crude oil drilling project by refusing to sign papers to allow drilling underneath or near his potentially oil-rich property. - evansville courier & press
three gorges, and a myriad of doubts. - 15 years after chinese officials relocated 1.4 million citizens as a "small sacrifice" for the desperately needed clean power that three gorges dam promised to provide, the worst drought in five decades has triggered a torrent of criticism on a host of environmental problems attributed to the dam - toronto globe & mail
explosion in jellyfish numbers may lead to ecological disaster, warn scientists. - global warming has long been blamed for the huge rise in the world's jellyfish population. but new research suggests that they, in turn, may be worsening the problem by producing more carbon than the oceans can cope with. - london observer
harvard study looks at traffic and health. - a new study out of harvard university's center for risk analysis estimates that pollution caused by traffic congestion in the nation's largest urban areas led to 2,200 premature deaths in the country last year, with a related public health cost of at least $18 billion - charleston post & courier
in a war of words, makers of plastic bags go to court. - the plastic bag industry, increasingly on the defensive as municipal bag bans proliferate, has gone on the attack against chicobag, a competitor that bills itself as an eco-friendly alternative. a federal lawsuit in south carolina accuses chicobag of illegal trash-talking about plastic bag waste. - new york times
return of the rainbow warrior. - the 1985 bombing of the rainbow warrior made the converted fishing trawler a campaigning icon. now, in its 40th anniversary year, greenpeace is launching its first purpose-built protest ship – one of the most technologically advanced vessels to set sail - london observer
'green' ship makes first great lakes stop in hamilton. - the mv federal yukina may look like any other ship as she slices through the water of the great lakes or the pacific ocean. she just burns a lot less fuel in the effort. as much as 15 per cent less - hamilton spectator
epa agrees to reveal secret identities of potentially risky chemicals. - the environmental protection agency today made public the names of more than 150 chemicals whose identities in health and safety studies had been kept confidential, a move cheered by environmental advocates as a meaningful step towards greater openness - center for public integrity
'i watch them die, young and old.' - members of the spokane tribe worked gladly in the uranium mines on their land. nthey fear radiation from the mines is killing them. the radiation is from the northwest’s only open-pit uranium mines – an all-but- forgotten chapter of washington’s cold war history - spokane spokesman review
study: bpa chemical exposure is underestimated. - exposure to the hormone-disrupting chemical bisphenol a has been underestimated, because prior lab tests have looked at single exposures rather than daily diets, the university of missouri reports - usa toady
are we underestimating climate change impact? - as climate warming causes the oceans to rise, subsequent flooding and storm surges are sure to impact people in coastal areas around the world. but estimates for how many people will be inundated have fallen short by many millions of people, suggests a new study - discovery channel
monster wildfire in arizona: a glimpse of what climate change could bring. - a wildfire in arizona that has blackened an area half the size of rhode island, prompted the evacuation of some 2,000 people, and is threatening long-distance power lines serving new mexico and texas, is the latest poster child for what some scientists see as a long-term trend fueled by climate change - christian science monitor
thousands of buildings face climate wipeout. - greg combet has said a report commissioned by the department of climate change shows that the risk to coastal areas from rising sea levels is widespread, and will probably increase. he used the report to support the government's argument that a price on carbon is urgently needed - sydney morning herald
as arctic sea ice retreats, storms take toll on the land. - a recent study found that ice losses along 40-mile stretch of alaska coastline along the beaufort sea, a 45-foot retreat from 2008 to 2009 alone, are due to greater exposure of the land to storms from an increasingly ice-free arctic and also to melting permafrost that hastens crumbling of the coastline - yale environment 360
i met him on a sunday
british tv star quits twitter over racial abuse
ever wonder how to quantify an actor's career in graph form? ere's an app for that
clarence thomas's judicial insider trading
"patriotic millionaires" want higher taxes
Saturday, June 11, 2011
tweet of the day
let there be light
saturday night's alright for fighting
gop leaders encouraging fake dem candidates on wisconsinrecall ballot
release of non-violent inmates in california could save billions
is this really a surprise? unions make middle class strong
Friday, June 10, 2011
skippy's friday night music club
in the land of beer lovers
tucked into wisconsin gov. scott walker’s (r) much-discussed budget was a little-noticed provision to overhaul the state’s regulation of the beer industry. in a state long associated with beer, the provision will make it much more difficult for the wisconsin’s burgeoning craft breweries to operate and expand their business by barring them from selling directly to restaurants and liquor stores, and preventing them from selling their own product onsite.
the new provision treats craft brewers — the 60 of whom make up just 5 percent of the beer market in wisconsin — like corporate mega-brewers, forcing them to use a wholesale distributor to market their product. under the provision, it would be illegal, for instance, for a small brewer located near a restaurant to walk next door to deliver a case of beer. they’ll have to hire a middle man to do it instead.
but more noteworthy than the provision itself is how it was enacted. the provision was quietly slipped in the massive budget legislation without any consultation from independent craft brewers, who are justifiably outraged by it. one group that clearly did have input, however, is one of the world’s largest beer makers — millercoors: - think progress
and what would walker-era legislation be if it didn't offer more power to state government? the legislation also takes the power of licensing of wholesalers away from municipalities and puts them under the control of the state department of revenue.- the daily pageto the craft brewers and brewpubs of wisconsin...we here at skippy international salute you!
- Capital Brewery (website) - Middleton
- City Brewing Company (website) - La Crosse
- Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company (website) - Chippewa Falls
- New Glarus Brewing Company (website) - New Glarus
- Stevens Point Brewery (website) - Stevens Point
- Angry Minnow Brewing Company (website) - Hayward
- Black Husky Brewing Company (website) - Pembine
- Central Waters Brewing Company (website) - Amherst
- Cross Plains Beer Company (website) - Cross Plains
- Falls Brewing Company (website) - Oconto Falls
- Furthermore Brewery (website) - Spring Green
- Gray's Brewing Company (website) - Janesville
- Horny Goat Brewing Company (website) - Milwaukee
- Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company (website) - Milwaukee
- Lake Louie Brewery Company (website) - Arena
- Lakefront Brewery, Inc. (website) - Milwaukee
- Lucette Brewing Company (website) - Menomonie
- Minhas Craft Brewery (website) - Monroe
- Minocqua Brewing Company (website) - Minocqua
- Nicolet Brewing Company (website) - Florence
- O'so Brewing (website) - Plover
- Pearl Street Brewery (website)- La Crosse
- Rhinelander Brewing Company (website) - Rhinelander
- Sand Creek Brewing Company (website) - Black River Falls
- South Shore Brewery (website) - Ashland
- Sprecher Brewing Company (website) - Glendale
- Tyranena Brewing Company (website) - Lake Mills
- Viking Brewing Company (website) - Dallas
- Ale Asylum (website) - Madison
- Brewery Creek (website) - Mineral Point
- Brewmaster's Pub and Restaurant (website) - Kenosha
- Brown Street Brewery (website) - Rhinelander
- Blue Heron BrewPub (website) - Marshfield
- Courthouse Pub (website) - Manitowoc
- Das Bierhaus (website) - Menomonie
- Delafield Brewhaus (website) - Delafield
- Deepwater Grille (website) - Ashland
- Fratellos Waterfront Brewery & Restaurant (website) - Oshkosh
- Granite City Food & Brewing (website) - Madison
- Great Dane Pub & Brewing Company (website) - Madison and Fitchburg
- The Grumpy Troll Restaurant and Brewery (website) - Mt. Horeb
- Hinterland Brewery Restaurant (website) - Green Bay
- Milwaukee Ale House (website) - Milwaukee
- Northwoods Brewpub and Grill (website) - Eau Claire
- Pearl Street Brewery (website) - La Crosse
- Potosi Brewing Company (website) - Potasi
- Rowland's Calumet Brewery (website) - Chilton
- Sand Creek Brewing Company/Pioneer Brewing Company (website) - Black River Falls
- Shipwrecked Restaurant, Brew Pub & Inn (website) - Egg Harbor
- South Shore Brewing (website) - Ashland
- Stone Cellar Brewpub (website) - Appleton
- Thirsty Pagan Brewing (website) - Superior
- Titletown Brewing Company (website) - Green Bay
- Vintage Brewing Company (website) - Madison
- Water Street Brewery (website) - Milwaukee
- Woodman Brewery (website) - Woodman