Ooga Brewery rendering

The rendering shows what the exterior of Ooga Brewing Company in downtown Beaver Dam will look like. The brewery hopes to open sometime in May.

The Beaver Dam Area Chamber of Commerce has announced a new slate of events with millennials in mind, most of which are free.

The events comes as part of the chamber’s CATALYST group during YP Week, where organizations around the state will host events with young professionals in mind. The events are not limited to young professionals, as anyone is invited. Online registration for the events is available on Eventbrite.

On April 23, there will be a 6 p.m. tour and coffee tasting at the Berres Brothers Coffee Roasters in Watertown.

On April 24, there will be a trap shoot for both novices and experienced shooters at the Mayville Gun Club. Participants will receive access the range with a gun and ammunition. Instruction is available for those who need it.

On April 25, there will be a tasting of local food and drink at the Springbrook Barn Hall in Burnett.

On April 26, there will be a wine tasting at the Edwin Brix Vineyard in Juneau. Tickets are $5.

On April 27, there will be a tree planting at Rotary Park as part of Earth Day. After the beautification event, there will be a tour of the upcoming Ooga Brewing Company on Spring Street before it opens, followed by a preview of the first exhibit at the new location for the Dodge County Center for the Arts and a craft beer tasting.

Ooga Brewing Company does not yet have an official opening date, but the goal is sometime in May.

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