Results tagged with 'brewing'
Published Feb. 24, 2015
Brewing in Milwaukee thrives today and at a range of levels, from homebrewers to craft beer producers to major breweries. Despite the differences in scale, all these brewmasters share a basic love for the work and for the results ... and they feel the weight of the the city's tradition of brewing.
Published March 18, 2014
Milwaukeeans are working to bring Pabst Brewery back to Milwaukee. There's an online petition now, as well as support from the great-great-granddaughter of founder Frederick Pabst.
Published June 5, 2013
The Miller Caves, which are a featured part of the Miller Brewery tours, were excavated in 1850, making them nearly as old as the city itself. This cool, historic subterranean space is alive again with beer dinners and, now, as a concert venue.
Published Dec. 18, 2012
Like everything, beer is changing. And quite drastically. Brands come and go and fad in and out of bars, stores and marketing circles. What brands do you no longer drink?
Published Dec. 22, 2010
Everywhere Kevin Cullen looks he sees ghosts. From the shipwreck sites at the bottom of Lake Michigan and subterranean storage cellars of long-shuttered breweries, to the house where you go home to sleep at night; Cullen's Milwaukee is one where the past rubs shoulder with the present.
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