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Some big announcements on tap at The Brewery

Published July 14, 2014

Recently, the 19th century cream city brick former Pabst bottling plant -- currently in the pre-development phase of a residential project aimed at university students -- was enclosed by a cyclone fence, but work hasn't started just yet. That seems about to change, according to Zilber Property Group.


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.


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.


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.


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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