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Brew City MKE is the place to experience Brew City - both past and present. Enjoy our Milwaukee Beer Bar with both traditional and innovative brews from Milwaukee-area breweries. Also, take a stroll through our beer and brewing history exhibit. Our...more
Hours Today: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
275 W Wisconsin Ave, W. Wisconsin and Third Street, Milwaukee, WI 53203-3318
We found ourselves outside the Brew City Museum. Popped in to be told that the entry to view an exhibition on the history of Milwaukee brewing included a free beer and that for an extra $2 (a total of $10) we got entry to the...More
We were going to walk the river walk and saw this pub and restaurant and decide to eat. They had a wide beer selection and the food was very good. The atmosphere was lively and fun! Prices were reasonable.
The museum is to the left, the booze is straight ahead. The guy at the desk warned me, “We give you a free beer so you don’t get bored during the the reading part.”
I went straight back to the bar, got my beer, and...More
Thank Mari K
Mame C, Executive Director at Brew City MKE Beer Museum and Beer Bar, responded to this reviewResponded 9 May 2018
Thanks for coming in! And please do come back again!
I was here for the first time with a group for a Milwaukee Chamber Theatre fundraiser and totally enjoyed the experience. I'm not a beer drinker, but my friends enjoyed the vast array of locally brewed beers on tap. They even had local soft drinks...More
Thank Barbara H
DCMilw, General Manager at Brew City MKE Beer Museum and Beer Bar, responded to this reviewResponded 18 March 2018
Thanks for coming to Brew City MKE Beer Museum. We were thrilled to host the Chamber Theatre event.
The ribbons are interesting in that they were won after the blue ribbons would have appeared on the bottles which was simply a marketing tactic.A...More