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Results tagged with 'pabst brewery'

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Brewhouse Inn offers outpourings of luxury, history

Published Dec. 5, 2013

Perhaps the coolest part of staying at a hotel built inside a former brewery is that it really feels like you're staying at a hotel built inside a former brewery. From the moment we walked into the Brewhouse Inn Suites - in the former Pabst brewhouse - we were swept up in brewing history.

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Getting acquainted with the Brewhouse's Blue Ribbon Pub

Published July 26, 2013

In the restaurant, there are high ceilings, nice touches like shiny tin decorative panels along the bar. There's a great patio and, make a mental note, Blue Ribbon Pub runs a free shuttle to Brewers games. The menu is basic pub fare with sandwiches, salads, apps, all reasonably priced, especially when you consider you're eating in a Downtown hotel.

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Bialas' photos speak volumes about Pabst Brewery buildings

Published March 7, 2013

Photographer Paul Bialas has been working to document the Pabst Brewery buildings in recent years. His pictures, collected in a hardcover book, "Pabst: An Excavation of Art," show the buildings in their state of limbo, between past activity as a brewery their sparkly new sheen they're getting as they get dressed up for the future.

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Urban spelunking: District 2/The Jefferson School

Published Feb. 8, 2013

So much of why we love a bar is because of its location, its atmosphere, its history. That being the case, Best Place - located in the former Pabst Brewery - just might be my new favorite bar.

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Milwaukee landscape is full of little landmarks

Published Jan. 25, 2013

Lately, I've been writing about a lot of famous Milwaukee buildings. Everyone knows City Hall and St. Josaphat and The Pabst Theater - important structures, one and all. That work got me thinking about how looking at the city's big landmarks has also opened my eyes to its little landmarks.

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