Results tagged with 'schlitz'
Published April 2, 2019
If news that Nomad World Pub owner Mike Eitel had sold the building the bar's occupied since 1995 gave you a little scare, don't worry. Eitel says he's not going anywhere. In fact, next year will mark the popular Brady Street corner tap's 25th anniversary at 1401 E. Brady St.
Published March 14, 2019
More than a century and a half after the opening of the first brewery in Milwaukee, the city's identity is still drenched in beer. At Forest Home Cemetery, many of the men who made the beer that made Milwaukee famous lie in repose.
Published Feb. 12, 2019
Though it was not designed to house a tavern, the three-story Hummel-Uihlein building shares architectural features with numerous Schlitz tied houses erected around the same time, and they were all designed by Charles Kirchhoff. We recently went inside.
Published March 13, 2018
Long after the live music went silent, the former Schlitz tied-house tavern on Humboldt and North that had been home to a number of rock and roll clubs, has been listed for sale.
Published March 2, 2018
When Good City Brewing opened in 2016, the owners had no idea they were tapping into a building with a (minor) beer connection. But with the success Good City has had in less than two years, this sturdy, handsome building has already moved into the annals of Milwaukee brewing history.
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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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