Germantown's Old Town Beer Hall (formerly Old Town Inn) to reopen after $75K renovation

GERMANTOWN -- Old Town Beer Hall, formerly known as Old Town Inn, recently underwent a $75,000 month-long renovation and will reopen on Friday, September 4th.

Owners Chaz Hastings and Josh Neureuther have teamed up with Red Cross and will donate fifty cents to the American Red Cross with every lunch or dinner entree purchased at Old Town Beer Hall in the month of September.

Old Town Beer Hall is located on Main Street in Germantown.

Here are more details about Friday's grand reopening:

Date: Friday, September 4th

Place: Old Town Beer Hall, N116W15841 Main St, Germantown, WI 53022

Time: 6pm keg tapping-bar close

Entertainment: Peggy Mueller, leader of Old Town Beer Hall’s house band

Food: FREE Spanferkel (pig roast) buffet

The renovations included new bench-style seating, hand-painted murals, signage, liter glassware, an authentic German menu and much more.

The work was done to bring back a more social and authentically German atmosphere all year round.

Old Town Beer Hall even offers Hofbrau and Wiekenstephan, two of Munich’s finest biers.

The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. Owners Chaz Hastings and Josh Neureuther look forward to supporting the American Red Cross because of its commitment to providing life-saving services for over 100 years.

"It's important to have partners in the community supporting our mission of providing services, such as responding to house fires, delivering blood to help hospitals save lives, teaching our communities to prepare and save lives, and assisting our armed forces with vital services for veterans and their families,” said Chapter Executive and Regional CEO for Wisconsin Patty Flowers. “Partners like Old Town Beer Hall help us spread the word about our mission and help us with vital grass roots support.”

“We want to give back to the American Red Cross since we back all of the great things they do.” said Hastings. “We’d love to see people from all over come to our new full-sized, indoor beer hall to experience a truly authentic German place and support this cause.”