In this series, we’ll be hiking the burger trail to find the latest, greatest and most delicious burgers in Milwaukee. Click hereClick here to find out more about the criteria that were used for grading each hamburger. Check out the We have compiled a comprehensive list of all burger reviews.

It’s been a hot minute since I last reviewed a burger for the On the Burger Trail series. The series was a little tired after eating more than 180 hamburgers. I decided not to continue looking for the best hamburger, but to restrain myself.

Due to the rise in popularity of beefy goodness and the openings of new restaurants, I brought back Dining Month. If all goes well, I plan to continue the series on a monthly basis. I may even revisit some classic burgers and old favorites, just to see how they’ve held up over the years.

Sweet Smoke BBQ pop up
(414) 253-3553

Since returning to The Burger Trail, I seem like I’ve had an unusual streak in luck with finding new burgers and they live up to my expectations. I’m taking it as a sign that restaurants are truly upping their game in the burger realm, and I definitely hope it continues.

So when I decided to visit Sweet Smoke BBQ at Enlightened Brewing’s Sunday burger day, I was hopeful that their nascent concept would hit all the right notes.

Sweet Smoke was launched in the summer. It’s currently a pop-up shop operated by Adam Beilke and his wife, Cindi. Adam is a smoked meat hobbyist-turned-professional whose obsession with barbeque began with a trip to one of the nation’s finest, Franklin BBQ in Austin. 

Sweet Smoke BBQ Smoked Brisket Smashburger

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