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Bar Exam: Vintage, an East Side Bar With Odd History
Bar Exam

Vintage, an East Side Bar With Odd History

Former Morry's space was once auto dealer and then refrigerator showroom.

Upcoming Events being held at the Pabst Mansion during their 125th Anniversary Year!
Press Release

Upcoming Events being held at the Pabst Mansion during their 125th Anniversary Year!

A series of upcoming events through the end of the year will highlight the importance of this beautiful house museum, as well as the legacy of the Pabst family.

Plenty of Horne: Captain Frederick Pabst Mansion At 125
Plenty of Horne

Captain Frederick Pabst Mansion At 125

Museum celebrates home's 125th anniversary. Open for tours since 1978.

House Confidential: Lincoln Fowler’s Century-Old Home
House Confidential

Lincoln Fowler’s Century-Old Home

Colectivo co-owner has 4.5 bathrooms, 3 fireplaces, and lots of coffee.

Plenty of Horne: Historic Preservation Winners Celebrated
Plenty of Horne

Historic Preservation Winners Celebrated

And Best Place at the Pabst Brewery announces new coffee shop and bar.

Bar Exam: The Most Beautiful Bar In Town?
Bar Exam

The Most Beautiful Bar In Town?

Best Place at the Pabst is one of the most enchanting saloons in the nation.

City People: Architect Revitalizes, Repurposes and Builds Community
City People

Architect Revitalizes, Repurposes and Builds Community

Allyson Nemec specializes in working with existing buildings, rather than new construction.

Bar Exam: MobCraft Milwaukee
Bar Exam

MobCraft Milwaukee

The world's first completely crowdsourced brewery is another piece of the redevelopment of Walker's Point.

House Confidential: The Fabulous Gustave Pabst Mansion
House Confidential

The Fabulous Gustave Pabst Mansion

Built in 1907 and later divided into four units, one of its renters is custard king Karl Kopp.

Travel Back to When Beer Was King and Brands Were Born During Art on Tap This Summer at MOWA
Press Release

Travel Back to When Beer Was King and Brands Were Born During Art on Tap This Summer at MOWA

Art on Tap: Early Wisconsin Brewery Art and Advertising. July 9 – September 25, 2016. Opening party: Saturday, July 16 | 2:00 – 5:00

Bar Exam: Roman Coin a Pub For Pooches
Bar Exam

Roman Coin a Pub For Pooches

Pets are welcome at the historic, 1890 tavern. It's a classic hangout.

Yesterday’s Milwaukee: Pabst Building, 1890s
Yesterday’s Milwaukee

Pabst Building, 1890s

City's first skyscraper, 14-floors high, built by Frederick Pabst, lasted until 1981.

Yesterday’s Milwaukee: Love Nest of A Beer Baroness
Yesterday’s Milwaukee

Love Nest of A Beer Baroness

Huge 1889 mansion is where Pabst owner continued her affair with her daughter's husband.

Yesterday’s Milwaukee: The Mansion Where Scandal Brewed
Yesterday’s Milwaukee

The Mansion Where Scandal Brewed

The wife of the Pabst Brewery's co-owner had a scandalous affair in this fine Italianate mansion.

Bar Exam: O’Lydia’s Has 99-Year History
Bar Exam

O’Lydia’s Has 99-Year History

The atmospheric, old-style tavern still has the original floor, tin ceiling and back bar.

Yesterday’s Milwaukee: Philip Best Brewery’s Moorish-Style Facility
Yesterday’s Milwaukee

Philip Best Brewery’s Moorish-Style Facility

The old bottling plant still stands today. By 1885 the future Pabst Brewing moved to Downtown.

Yesterday’s Milwaukee: Philip Best & Co. Brewery, 1880
Yesterday’s Milwaukee

Philip Best & Co. Brewery, 1880

Already the world's largest brewer, the company would soon be renamed the Pabst Brewing Co.

Yesterday’s Milwaukee: Last Days of Melms Brewery, 1869
Yesterday’s Milwaukee

Last Days of Melms Brewery, 1869

It would be taken over by the Pabst Brewery, soon to become a manufacturing colossus.

Plenty of Horne: Celebrating the Life of Paul Jakubovich
Plenty of Horne

Celebrating the Life of Paul Jakubovich

A host of notables gathered to salute Jakubovich and the fabulous historic architecture of Milwaukee he helped protect.

House Confidential: The Other Pabst Mansion
House Confidential

The Other Pabst Mansion

Once among a row of brewing family mansions, the neoclassical gem has been restored and can be toured this weekend.

Friday Photos: The Brewery’s 100-Unit Frederick Lofts
Friday Photos

The Brewery’s 100-Unit Frederick Lofts

Photos of this major residential project, another addition to a virtual mini-city replacing the old Pabst Brewery.

Friday Photos: Progress on Frederick Lofts
Friday Photos

Progress on Frederick Lofts

New building in The Brewery, named after Capt. Frederick Pabst, will feature 100 apartments plus parking.

House Confidential: An Overlooked Gem Off Brady Street
House Confidential

An Overlooked Gem Off Brady Street

Built in 1891 by then-prominent architect Bernard Kolpaki, the home was restored and is now owned by a Whitefish Bay school principal.

Best of Doors Open: Inside the McIntosh–Goodrich Mansion
Best of Doors Open

Inside the McIntosh–Goodrich Mansion

Great architecture with a fun history. First in a series of Doors Open previews.

House Confidential: County Supervisor Candidate Charlie Fox’s Historic Home
House Confidential

County Supervisor Candidate Charlie Fox’s Historic Home

If Fox is to become the model for future supervisors of a "gentleman politician," he has the perfectly pedigreed home to go with such a title.

Yesterday’s Milwaukee: Exterior of Alexander Mitchell’s Mansion, Mid-1870s
Yesterday’s Milwaukee

Exterior of Alexander Mitchell’s Mansion, Mid-1870s

What would soon be known as Grand Avenue became a row of millionaires' mansions.

Friday Photos: Digging Up Our History
Friday Photos

Digging Up Our History

Construction of Frederick Lofts has unearthed tunnels used by Pabst Brewery to keep its beer cold.

Best of Doors Open: Doors Open to the Best Place
Best of Doors Open

Doors Open to the Best Place

The Best Place bar and its historic Pabst Brewery structures have been popular stops for Doors Open.

The Roundup: Feds Stop Funding School, Library Internet and Phone Service
The Roundup

Feds Stop Funding School, Library Internet and Phone Service

Two months ago, the federal grants stopped.