• Winz Brewery

    The Winz Brewery was purchased by Werner Winz around 1882, and in 1888 it became the Menasha Brewing Company. Fire destroyed this building in May 1895. It was located on the corner of First and Manito…

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  • Neenah Brewery

    The Neenah Brewery, 129 Lake Street, was owned by Adam Ehrgott. The brewery was in business from the late 1870's until 1902. The brewery averaged about 400 barrels per year.

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  • Walter Brothers Brewing Company Wagon

    This undated photograph shows a Walter Brothers Brewing Company wagon in front of the George Sensenbrenner Sample Room (tavern) which was located at 292 Tayco Street in Menasha.

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  • Axel Meier in front of his automobile shop

    Owner Axel Meier in front of his shop at 1024 Nicolet. The shop is the site of an old brewery.

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  • Hartig and Manz Float

    This northeast facing photograph near the intersection of West Wisconsin Avenue and Church Street, shows a Hartig and Manz Brewery float during the July 4th, 1893 parade.

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  • Lenz Hotel

    The Lenz Hotel, located on the corner of Third and Racine Streets. It was built by John Lenz Jr. and opened in 1884. Originally known as the Wisconsin House, it had 20 rooms and a beer garden on the l…

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