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Doors Open to Brewhouse Inn

Thousands visited the former Pabst Brewhouse and boutique hotel development at Doors Open Milwaukee 2012.

By - Oct 2nd, 2012 04:50 pm

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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One thought on “Photo Gallery: Doors Open to Brewhouse Inn”

  1. Peter Zanghi says:

    They’re throwing Steampunk on a building with such character?? My heart breaks 🙁 However, I am really glad that this building is getting put to good use.

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