Though nearly every bar in the state of Wisconsin becomes a sports bar during a Green Bay Packers game, these are just a few of the go-to sports bars in town -- bars that can call themselves a sports bar any day of the week, have a lot of televisions, and a few that have made the effort to become "official" Packers bars by the Green Bay Packers franchise. If you bleed green and gold, you'll find yourself at home at any of these places.
Brewski's Sports Bar
Where: 304 N 76th St., Milwaukee
A popular sports bar in Wauwatosa, Brewski's feature 22 plasma-screen televisions, free shots for every touchdown, and free pizza during half time.
Where: 340 W. Kilbourn, Milwaukee
This downtown establishment is a long-time favorite for sports fans looking to watch a game in that area. Major Goolsby's features 50+ HD televisions, free shots for every Packer touchdown, and giveaways for each quarter.
Where: 2030 W. Howard Ave., Milwaukee
This south-side favorite sometimes run a Packer Backer BladderBuster special, meaning free beer for all until someone goes to the bathroom. Mavericks features 15 televisions, jello shots for touchdowns and prizes every quarter.
Where: 5218 W. Bluemound Rd., Milwaukee
This Miller-Park area sports bar features $1 Miller Lites and game-day giveaways.
Karma Bar & Grill
Where: 600 E. Ogden Ave., Milwaukee
This East Side bar is a little different from the others on this list in that it has a cool East Side "theme" happening, where as some of the others -- let's face it -- are straight-out dive-style peanuts on the floor joints. Karma features 17 HD televisions and game-day drink specials.
Where: 4000 W. Clybourn, Milwaukee
This Piggesville bar probably has the fewest televisions of this whole group, but they are included because they are thoughtful enough to include a television in each bathroom so you never have to miss a play. The Valley Inn features 6 television, a half-time buffet and jello shots for touchdowns.
Where: 7208 W. State St.
This Wauwatosa favorite features fourteen large HD plasma televisions, and Packers game-day specials.