Results tagged with 'schlitz'
Published Jan. 16, 2013
Anyone who likes to laugh, drink beer and learn about Milwaukee history will love the Best Place Beer History Tour. Jim Haertel, co-owner of the former Pabst Brewery site since 2001, gives the majority of the 10 tours offered every week.
Published Feb. 16, 2011
What if you could have a beer or a cocktail with any dead person? Who would it be?
Published Jan. 13, 2011
Becky Vinz is a 24-year-old aspiring photographer who grew up in Horicon and currently pours at Bomb Shelter, 1517 S. 2nd St. She says it reminds her of small-town taverns that she visited as a kid with her parents, which is exactly what owner Greg Landig was going for.
Published March 1, 2010
As much as the signature "brown bottle," Schlitz -- in its heyday -- was known for its "Tall Boy" cans, providing thirsty beer drinkers with 24 ounces of the brew that made Milwaukee famous. Now, almost two years after the "retro" formula Schlitz returned, the Tall Boys (16 ounces this time) have, too.
Published Feb. 24, 2010
I respect those who like to live it a little when it comes to beer selection. But just because I like the "macro brews," I don't need a beer snob's attitude.
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Saturday March 13th, 2010 - Saukville, WI It looks like Schlitz really is starting to happen! I didn’t know exactly what to expect on several levels concerning the initial run through of my one man show about growing up in Milwaukee called “Schlitz Happened! An Old Milwauk...
Friday March 12th, 2010 - Lake Villa, IL Tomorrow is my first official dry run of my one man show “Schlitz Happened! An Old Milwaukee Blatz From The Pabst” at the Railroad Station in Saukville, WI. I spent today preparing a few home made signs with localized terms on them ...
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