$12 For $25 Worth of Pizza And Beer, Or $18 For Brunch and Bloodies For Two ($36 Value), Or $13 For Friday Fish Fry And Beer For Two ($26 Value) at Horny Goat Brewing Company

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In a Nutshell

  • Six craft beers fresh on tap
  • Delicious pizza
  • Sumptuous weekend brunch
  • Mouth-watering fried fish

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Apr 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Brunch option valid only on Saturdays and Sundays. Fish Fry valid only on Fridays. Must use in 1 visit. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Without beer, baseball would have remained an obscure 19th-century fad, the human race would look a lot less hot, and most best friends would be no fun at all. Celebrate beer's many historic contributions with today's Groupon: for $12 get $25 worth of craft beer and pizza, or for $18 enjoy a Horny Hangover brunch for two ($36 value), or for $13 join the sizzling Friday Fish Fry with a friend at Horny Goat Brewing Company in Bay View.

Since its nondescript name never seems to grab anyone's attention, the Horny Goat has distinguished itself with six craft-brewed beers ($4) served fresh from the tap. A farmhouse-style Exposed Ale or a hoppy, amber-hued Hopped Up n' Horny American Pale Ale starts things off light before the complexity of a golden Belgian-style wheat beer ($4.50/bottle) accented by coriander and kettle-boiled orange peel, or a toasted, medium-bodied Vienna-style Red Vixen. This deal lets you choose from the three following options for obtaining sustenance:

  • $12 for $25 worth of beer and pizza -- Because nothing goes with beer like pizza—other than sports, friends, video games, medieval sestinas, breathing, yoga, and more beer—Horny Goat pizza pairs well with each of the bars quirky quaffs. Complement the Inferno flatbread (pepperoni, giardiniera, red peppers, and pesto pizza, $12) with an Exposed. Choose from a wide variety of eclectic pies on the menu and pile on the add-ons for $.50 each.

  • $18 for a Horny Hangover brunch for two ($36 value) -- Morning munchers cure what ails them on weekends from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. with a heaping helping of breakfast and lunch options including breakfast burritos, scramblers, crepes, eggs benedict and more ranging from $7 to $12. This Groupon gets daytime thirst-quenchers one bloody each, though for $10 the truly parched can hydrate with bottomless mimosas and bloodies or use their abundant beverages for varnishing slip-n-slides.

  • $13 for a Friday Fish Fry for two ($26 value) -- Those looking to dine on aquatic fare can stop in any time on Friday and enjoy a Stacked Milk Stout beer battered cod dinner. Each person's meal includes a side of slaw, rye bread, French fries or potato pancakes, and a beer to chase it all down and make your fish dinner feel more at home in your stomach aquarium.

With each of these options, everyone gets to use one Groupon, so buy extras and bring enough buddies to form a volleyball team

Reviews

The Horny Goat Brewing Company placed fourth on CityVoter for Best Brewery 2009. The Business Journal previewed the grand opening of the Horny Goat Hideaway, and the A.V. Club conducted an informative interview. Meanwhile, the Bay View Compass and Milwaukee magazine praise the food and décor:

  • The Hideaway kept the building’s brick interior, exposed steel girders and a mezzanine overlooking the main bar. There’s a state-of-the-art brewing station (for seasonals and specialties) in a glassed-in room across from the bar. Selections include the Stacked Milk Stout (light and sweet enough for stout newcomers) and Horny Blonde (I think I’ve heard this phrase before in a punchline). The food is highlighted by Hog Wings – tiny, delectable pork shanks that don’t do much for the libido, but plenty for the palate. – Dan Murphy, Milwaukee
  • I ordered the Gobbler...Instead of the ineluctable ennui of the indifferent tortilla or faux ciabatta and focaccia that typifies wraps and panini, the sandwich was enveloped in a thin multigrain flatbread grilled to perfection, just enough to inspire the grains to subtly declare themselves...It was tasty, light, and served with chips and a pickle. My dining companion ordered the quarter-pound hamburger that he said had good flavor...He elected waffle fries that were fresh (clean oil) and golden-crisp on the outside and moist, but not gummy, inside. – Katherine Keller, Bay View Compass

Customer Reviews

Lovely atmosphere. Good food, good beer. Good service!
Kristen M. · September 16, 2012
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