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Comedy Night with Wendy Maybury at Pearl Street Brewery

Comedy Night: Wendy Maybury

Wendy Maybury grew up all over the US as a military brat which means- she learned to make friends fast “because in two weeks, we’re probably moving”. This helped her develop her warm friendly style she uses to entertain audiences all over the country. Wendy’s debut album, “She’s Not from Around Here” hit #1 on the charts last year. 

She co-produces Day Drinking with Mom with Karen Pickering and she still gives hugs after the show. Wendy Maybury has performed comedy for years and still likes people. Come laugh at her quirky Southern stories and hilarious takes on single motherhood. 

What: Comedy Night: Wendy Maybury
When: Friday May 13, 2022
Time: 8-10 PM
Where: Pearl Street Brewery
1401 Saint Andrew Street La Crosse, WI 54603
Price: $15 – Online

About Pearl Street Brewery
Pearl Street Brewery has been creating award-winning craft beers in La Crosse, WI for 21 years.  Their beer can be found in restaurants, bars, and retailers all over Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota.  Patrons can visit the Tasting Room Tuesday through Sunday.  The brewery hosts many community events and has been very involved in local charity work since it first opened in 1999.

Rebel Queens Hitting the Stage!

Rebel Queens Hitting the Stage!

Rebel Queens Hitting the Stage!

What: Rebel Queens
When: Friday April 1, 2022
Time: 7-10 PM
Where: Pearl Street Brewery
1401 Saint Andrew Street La Crosse, WI 54603
Price: $5

Minneapolis based, vintage-inspired rebel rock band, “Rebel Queens” will be rocking the stage at Pearl Street Brewery Friday April 1, 2022.

In the midst of an era that is saying, “Rock is dead” comes a band of fun-loving women that will make you remember the best of rock n roll! Rebel Queens combines the snarl of Joan Jett with the soul of Led Zeppelin in the same way they seamlessly blend classic rock tracks and original music. Rebel Queens was formed by Tiffany Beamer (Lead Vocals) in 2011 with strong influence from the 70’s all-female band, The Runaways.

Their professional musicianship and ballsy stage presence pour into each song with gritty vocals, wailing guitar solos, tight harmonies, and a rhythm section that will keep you shakin’ all night long. The current lineup features Tiffany Beamer (lead vocals), Danielle Pearson (drums/vocals), Katie Wyrd (guitar/vocals), Stevvie Mora (Lead Guitar), Kelsey Wyrd (bass/vocals).

In 2021, Rebel Queens kicked off their 10th anniversary year with the On The Road inspired single, “Ride On Thru.” In true rebel form, the song blasts through comments and unsolicited advice often given to those that live outside of social norms. The song was picked up by a wide range of radio and given regular rotation, notably the Twin Cities station 89.3 The Current, who gave it 40+ spins in just a few months. The single was followed by the band’s third EP, written and recorded in the midst of the pandemic, Remember Rock N Roll. “The title was a theme that kept presenting itself while writing these songs,” Tiffany explains, “It was hard to say if Rock N Roll and local music venues could survive another major setback. We really hoped people would remember why they love live music!”

Rebel Queens closed out 2021 by sharing the stage with Alice Cooper guitarist and solo artist, Nita Strauss, who gave them high praise. The band has been chosen to perform at Rock Fest 2022 in Cadott, WI alongside some of the biggest acts in rock music today. With a new single and an exciting year on the horizon, Rebel Queens have made it their mission to help carry the rock ‘n’ roll torch and inspire the next generation of Rock Goddesses.

23rd Annual Winter “Disco” Ball

Customer Appreciation Party & 2022 Mug Club Sign Up!

23rd Annual Winter “Disco” Ball

Saturday February 19, 2021 | 5-10 PM
$20 (Includes a Beverage at Entry)  | 21+
Pearl Street Brewery | 1401 Saint Andrew Street La Crosse, WI

On Saturday, February 19th, Pearl Street Brewery will be celebrating their 23rd Annual Winter Ball. The event will include live music, food from Monkey Business Food Truck, craft beverages, as well as offerings from Turisimo Winery & Fermentation.

Last year,  it was called the “Snow Ball” because it was held outside in the snow and under the stars. The year before it was the “Beach Ball” with grass skirts, tiki huts and sun lamps everywhere. This year, get ready for the “Disco Ball!” That’s right. Bust out those 70’s heels, bell bottoms and fly-collared shirts. Then, get ready to bust a move as the disco era returns to La Crosse for just one night!

Music includes Disco Dj-ing with Jesse Gomez, the Twin Cities’s The Lonesome Losers, and the La Crosse favorites, the SpaceHeaters.

The Lonesome Losers are the Twin Cities premiere tribute to Yacht Rock & Disco. Covering a blend of soulful smooth soft rock hits that range from1974 to 1984. Featuring music by artists such as Christopher Cross, Ace, Player, Carly Simon, Kenny Loggins, Michael McDonald, Orleans, Pablo Cruise, Toto, Supertramp, Gerry Rafferty, Climax Blues Band, Grover Washington, Jr., Linda Ronstadt, Nicolette Larson, Steely Dan, Stevie Nicks, Carole King, Captain and Tennille, George Michael, Ambrosia, The Little River Band and so many more. The Lonesome Losers provide a night of unforgettable talent paired with a one of a kind catalogue of songs that is sure to keep your guests dancing, singing and “Reminiscing” all night long.

SpaceHeaters is an original horn-heavy funk-rock band, formed in the driftless valley with the sole mission of delivering tasty grooves and unparalleled performances. The band consists of Jordan Shackleton on Drums and Vocals; Trajan Schaub on Guitar and Vocals; Tyler Glasel on Trombone, Guitar, and Vocals; and Troy Glasel on Bass and Vocals. The guest horn section features Mark Glasel on Trombone, Jeff Kitzman on Trumpet, and Nate Johnson on Saxophone. We’ve been making music as a band since 2012 and are currently finishing up a 6-song EP with Ground Breaking Studios.

Special release one-off beers, wine spritzers, sparkling wines, and hard cider mixers will be featured along with a lineup of award-winning Pearl Street Brewery beers. Food is available for purchase from Monkey Business Food Truck.

History of Winter Ball 

Joe and his dad, Tony started Pearl Street brewery in the basement of a bar in downtown La Crosse, Wisconsin in 1999. A legend was born that Winter, and a storied and colorful history followed. Now, 23 years later, the brewery is celebrating another Winter Ball in its home on the Northside of La Crosse. Over the years, this annual anniversary celebration has taken many different forms at many different locations. All of them are full of great memories for those lucky enough to attend.

The very first Winter Ball in 1999, took place at the Bodega. It has also been held at Bluebird Campground, Westby Rod & Gun Club, El Coco Loco (closed), twice in an historical 1800’s barn. One time it was held out in Timber Coulee in the heart of the Coulee Region. This year, folks will come from far and wide to celebrate at the brewery in their Saint Andrew Street location.

Freedlund Object to perform “Moving Pictures”

Freedlund Object ,Moving Pictures, Rush,

On Saturday, August 7, the Freedlund Object will be performing Rush’s “Moving Pictures” album in its entirety. Consisting of Lisa Freedlund and the band Foreign Object, the night will kick off at 6pm at the Pearl Street Brewery.

What: Freedlund Object: “Moving Pictures” by Rush
When: Saturday, August 7, 2021 | 6 PM
Where:  Pearl Street Brewery | 1401 St Andrew St, La Crosse, WI 54603
Tickets: $10

About Pearl Street Brewery

Pearl Street Brewery has been creating award-winning craft beers in La Crosse, WI for 21 years.  Their beer can be found in restaurants, bars, and retailers all over Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota.  Patrons can visit the Tasting Room Tuesday through Sunday.  The brewery hosts many community events and has been very involved in local charity work since it first opened in 1999.

Whey Jennings Live on Pearl Street Brewery’s Indoor Concert Stage!

Seasonal Release of Gosecopia made with Wisconsin Cranberries.

Visitors to the Pearl Street Brewery, can enjoy an evening of music with Whey Jennings. Whey Jennings grew up in a family full of country music royalty.  His grandfather, the legendary Waylon Jennings and grandmother Jessi Colter both had major success in the major music charts for decades. Jennings is a “rough around the edges, unpolished singer” with a voice as big as Texas.

Waylon Jennings, Whey’s grandfather, was a legendary singer, songwriter, and country musician. He was pivotal to the growth in popularity that the outlaw country movement saw throughout the ’70s, and even had songs featured on the first platinum country album, “Wanted! The Outlaws” which featured Willie Nelson, Tompall Glaser, and his wife Jessi Colter.

Gregg Hall & The Wrecking Ball & The Matt Pudas Band will be opening the night.

What: Whey Jennings
When: Friday August 6th, 2021
Tickets: Learn more here
Where: Pearl Street Brewery | 1401 Saint Andrew StreetLa Crosse, WI 54603

Visitors to the Pearl Street Brewery, can enjoy an evening of music with Whey Jennings. Whey Jennings grew up in a family full of country music royalty.  His grandfather, the legendary Waylon Jennings and grandmother Jessi Colter both had major success in the major music charts for decades. Jennings is a “rough around the edges, unpolished singer” with a voice as big as Texas.

Waylon Jennings, Whey’s grandfather, was a legendary singer, songwriter, and country musician. He was pivotal to the growth in popularity that the outlaw country movement saw throughout the ’70s, and even had songs featured on the first platinum country album, “Wanted! The Outlaws” which featured Willie Nelson, Tompall Glaser, and his wife Jessi Colter.

Gregg Hall & The Wrecking Ball & The Matt Pudas Band will be opening the night.

What: Whey Jennings
When: Friday August 6th, 2021
Tickets: Learn more here
Where: Pearl Street Brewery | 1401 Saint Andrew StreetLa Crosse, WI 54603

About Pearl Street Brewery

Pearl Street Brewery has been creating award-winning craft beers in La Crosse, WI for 21 years.  Their beer can be found in restaurants, bars, and retailers all over Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota.  Patrons can visit the Tasting Room Tuesday through Sunday.  The brewery hosts many community events and has been very involved in local charity work since it first opened in 1999.

The Homeland Conspiracy’s “Time$ Have Changed” Album Release Party

The Homeland Conspiracy's “Time$ Have Changed” Album Release Party

The Homeland Conspiracy is celebrating the release of it’s 2nd album “Time$ Have Changed” with a  full night of live Rock and Roll music featuring live performances by Zammek, Tragic Americans, Tendrill, Trading Faces, and Static Echo. Social distancing rules and regulations will be followed to allow for a safe music event.

The Homeland Conspiracy is an intensely driven rock band that formed in the underbelly of the Midwest as a voice of reason in early 2011. Self-classified as an “aggressively progressive wake-up call to the modern music agenda.” The Homeland Conspiracy says what they mean in songs like The Bailout, River Killer, and 60 To Thrive. Each song is different from the next and you’ll hear influences from bands such as Helmet, Queens Of The Stone Age, Black Flag, U2, and Rage Against The Machine. Collectively T.H.C. shares 30+ years of performing experience and remains active in their communities by playing charities and helping those in need. They have shared the stage with several national acts such as The Midnight Ghost Train, Royal Bliss, Another Lost Year, and Lullwater.

What: “Time$ Have Changed” Album Release Party

When: Saturday, June 26 | 6 PM

Where: Pearl Street Brewery | 1401 St Andrew St, La Crosse, WI

Tickets: 6 bands for $5 | Purchase Now!

About Pearl Street Brewery

Pearl Street Brewery has been creating award-winning craft beers in La Crosse, WI for 21 years.  Their beer can be found in restaurants, bars, and retailers all over Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota.  Patrons can visit the Tasting Room Tuesday through Sunday.  The brewery hosts many community events and has been very involved in local charity work since it first opened in 1999.

The High Hawks with The Smokin’ Bandits

Pearl Street Brewery Hosting Drive-In Evening with All-star Project “The High Hawks”

Visitors to the Pearl Street Brewery parking lot on Wednesday, June 2, 2021, can enjoy an evening with super group, The High Hawks with The Smokin’ Bandits opening the night.

The High Hawks consisting of Vince Herman (Leftover Salmon), Tim Carbone (Railroad Earth), Adam Greuel (Horseshoes & Hand Grenades), Chad Staehly (Hard Working Americans), Brian Adams (DeadPhish Orchestra), and Will Trask (Great American Taxi). The High Hawks will bring their blend of Americana, jam, and bluegrass music to the Pearl Street Brewery parking lot, performing songs from their self-titled debut album, out June 11th on LoHi Records.

La Crosse’s own Smokin’ Bandits will be opening the night with their original blend of rock & bluegrass, the show is all ages and includes party pods.

What: The High Hawks with The Smokin’ Bandits
When: Wednesday June 2, 2021 | 5:00pm Doors | 6:00pm Show
Cost: $40 adv / $50 dos (per person) | 270.00 VIP Stage PODS
Where: Pearl Street Brewery
1401 Saint Andrew StreetLa Crosse, WI 54603

Rules/Regulations 

  • Masks are required at all times except at own space/pod
  • No outside food or beverages (violators will be asked to leave)
  • Rain or shine
  • Limited capacity

About Pearl Street Brewery

Pearl Street Brewery has been creating award-winning craft beers in La Crosse, WI for 21 years.  Their beer can be found in restaurants, bars, and retailers all over Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota.  Patrons can visit the Tasting Room Tuesday through Sunday.  The brewery hosts many community events and has been very involved in local charity work since it first opened in 1999.

Evening with ‘One-man -band’ Keller Williams June 4

An Evening with Keller Williams

Visitors to the Pearl Street Brewery parking lot on Friday June 4, can enjoy an evening with ‘One-man-band’ Keller Williams.

Williams is an American singer, songwriter, and musician who combines elements of bluegrass, folk, alternative rock, reggae, electronica/dance, jazz, funk, along with other assorted genres. He is often described as a ‘one-man-band’ due to his frequent use of live phrase looping with multiple instruments.

What: Evening with Keller Williams
When: Friday June 4, 2021 | 6:30pm Doors | 8:00pm Show
Cost: $45 Advance / $50 Day of Show (per person)
Where: Pearl Street Brewery (Parking Lot) | 1401 Saint Andrew StreetLa Crosse, WI 54603

Rules/Regulations

  • Drive-In Show
  • People are allowed to watch the show outside their vehicles
  • Masks are required at all times except at own vehicle space
  • No outside food or beverages (violators will be asked to leave)
  • Limited capacity

About Pearl Street Brewery

Pearl Street Brewery has been creating award-winning craft beers in La Crosse, WI for 21 years.  Their beer can be found in restaurants, bars, and retailers all over Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota.  Patrons can visit the Tasting Room Tuesday through Sunday.  The brewery hosts many community events and has been very involved in local charity work since it first opened in 1999.

Pearl Street Brewery announces St. Patrick’s Day with The Guilty Kilts

Pearl Street Brewery announces the St. Patrick's Day Drive-In Event with The Guilty Kilts
FAQ | Rules & Regs

FAQs

  • Limited parking in the lot – first come first parked, additional street parking available
  • Easy up tents & camp chairs allowed, abandoned tents/chairs will not be saved
  • NO BEVERAGE CARRY-INS ALLOWED
  • Dress for the weather
  • Drink responsibly
  • Please pick up garbage in your spot

Visitors to the Pearl Street Brewery on Wednesday, March 17 can attend the event from 4-8 PM with music from The Guilty Kilts from 5-7 PM. Tickets are $5.00 and may be purchased online.

Precautions being taken include contact less check-in, limiting capacity, sanitizing stations, and single-use drinkware.

What: St. Patrick’s Day with The Guilty Kilts
When:Wednesday, March 17, 2021
Time:4-8 PM | Music 5-7 PM
Where: Pearl Street Brewery  Tasting Room – 1401 Saint Andrew Street La Crosse, WI 54603
Price: $5.00 Tickets 

About Pearl Street Brewery

Pearl Street Brewery has been creating award-winning craft beers in La Crosse, WI for 21 years.  Their beer can be found in restaurants, bars, and retailers all over Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota.  Patrons can visit the Tasting Room Tuesday through Sunday.  The brewery hosts many community events and has been very involved in local charity work since it first opened in 1999.

Since March 2020, Pearl Street Brewery has followed Health Department recommendations in their Tap Room by limiting capacity, increasing shared-space sanitation, encouraging mask-wearing, and making their own, “social distance spot savers”. They have also expanded their outdoor patio space so patrons can enjoy their beverages outside! Tasting Room carryout and curbside options are available.

Pearl Street Brewery to offer wines at their 22nd Annual Winter Ball!

Pearl Street Brewery to offer wines at their 22nd Annual Winter Ball!
FAQ | Rules & Regs

Check In/Pods

  • Cars will check in per Will Call List from Shopify Purchase or by their physical ticket.
  • Please carpool if you can.
  • Car spots are limited and will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • No Spot Saving.
  • Not all spots are perfectly flat.
  • Overflow Street Parking will be available once all spots are taken.
  • Cars spots will act as a home base and can be supplemented with easy up tents and chairs. Once you are parked please stay in your spot. No driving around.
  • If you leave, the spot will be re-allocated.
  • Please allow for social distancing between vehicles.

Safety First/Cleanliness

  • Attendees are REQUIRED to wear masks in all common areas (check-in, bathrooms, etc.)
  • We will provide porta-potties AND indoor bathroom facilities.
  • We ask that attendees practice social distancing & practice handwashing measures.  The Tasting Room is open. But we encourage you to dress for the weather and hang outside…
    That’s where all the fun is 😉

Food/Drink

  • No carry-in ALCOHOL ALLOWED.  Please don’t be difficult about this.
  • Beer, Cider, Hard Seltzer, Hard Cider, Wine, NA Drinks, or Bottled Water will be for sale at an Outdoor Bar and Indoor Bar.
  • WB Releases will ONLY be available at the Outdoor Bar.
  • No Beer is included with the Admission Ticket but is sold separately.
  • Cars / PODS will be given a trash bag. Please clean up after yourselves in your area.
  • Beverage Tickets are available at the Check In Tent.
  • Food is encouraged to carry-in. Snack away.
  • Bring a grill if you want.
22nd Annual Winter SNOW Ball | Saturday, February 20th
Doors 2 PM |Event 3-7 PM

$10 Tickets | 21+
Pearl Street Brewery (Parking Lot)

On Saturday, February 20th, Pearl Street Brewery will be celebrating their 22nd Annual Winter Ball at Pearl Street Brewery outside, in front of the brewery. The outdoor event will include live music, bonfire, and the release of five new and exciting Pearl Street creations as well as offerings from Turisimo (Tur-E-see-mo) Winery.  Admittance to the Winter Snow Ball is $10 per person and ticket sales are capped for social distancing.

The lineup of special release beers:

  • Hazy Juicy Pale Ale
  • Cask conditioned Spruce-a-Lool
  • Burly Girl Robust Stout
  • Barrel Aged 2017 Flanders Red
  • Blender Bender Fruited Smoothie IPA

Mark Joseph will be performing Paul Simon’s “Graceland” Album

Opener: The Mayfield Experience

Other PSB beers and three wines from Turisimo Winery will be available. $10 Tickets are available in advance at the Pearl Street Brewery Store and at the brewery.

For the first time ever, Pearl Street will offer house-made wines at their Winter Ball. Over 2020, PSB diversified itself into a winery. Wines made at the brewery are made under the name Turisimo Winery and Fermentations. Turisimo also makes hard setzers and ciders.

Since 1999, Pearl Street Brewery, which was then located in the basement of the Bodega in downtown La Crosse, has had it’s annual anniversary celebration in many different forms and at many different locations. The very first Winter Ball in 1999, took place at the Bodega. It has also been held at Bluebird Campground, Westby Rod & Gun Club, El Coco Loco (closed), twice at the Jorgenson Farm and many times at the brewery.

According to Brewmaster Joe Katchever, the decision to have this year’s Winter Ball outside was primarily so people could celebrate while still following safe social distancing rules. “We had some very successful and responsible outdoor events this past year.” He says, “we are Wisconsinites and Minnesotans and having fun outdoors in the Winter is in our blood.”

Precautions being taken include contactless check-in, limiting capacity, sanitizing stations, and single use drinkware.  The full list of rules and regulations will be available at the Pearl Street Brewery website and app.

What: 22nd Annual Winter SNOW Ball
When: February 20, 2021 | 2pm-7pm
Cost: $10 Tickets | 21+
Where: Pearl Street Brewery
1401 Saint Andrew Street La Crosse, WI 54603

Winter Ball