Doors Open to Brewhouse Inn
Thousands visited the former Pabst Brewhouse and boutique hotel development at Doors Open Milwaukee 2012.
Built in 1877, the Pabst Brewhouse at the The Brewery is in the process of being re-purposed into the Brewhouse Inn & Suites. When complete, the four-story, Cream City brick building will have 90 suites, with the latest amenities, done in Steampunk decor. It will feature a five-story atrium, with the original six brew kettles and a stained glass window of the patron saint of brewing, King Gambrinus, and the historic entry staircase.
During Doors Open Milwaukee over 2,000 people visited the building, which is just a prelude to the thousands of guests that will soon be staying at the boutique hotel. If you missed the tour you can take a quick sneak peak in our photo gallery.
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