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Inside the Brewhouse Inn

The conversion of the 1877 Pabst Brewhouse into The Brewhouse Inn & Suites is near completion. The photos tell quite a story.

By - Mar 8th, 2013 05:48 pm
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The conversion of the 1877 Pabst Brewhouse into The Brewhouse Inn & Suites is nearing completion.  The scheduled opening date for the new hotel located at the The Brewery complex is Thursday, April 25th.  The hotel will mix history, beer, and fantasy into a Steampunk dream. When complete, the four-story, Cream City brick building will have 90 suites and feature exposed brick, copper, and wood throughout the hotel. Visual highlights of the hotel include a five-story atrium, which is home to the original six brew kettles, a stained glass window of the patron saint of brewing, King Gambrinus, and a front desk that’s a PBR dream — it’s built out of countless Pabst Blue Ribbon bottles.

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