• Brewery workers with beer glasses

    Group portrait of brewery workers, some holding beer glasses.

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  • Croak Brewery bottles

    Photo of old beer bottles from Croak Brewery which was on North River Street in the early 1900s. Croak Brewery started operations in 1906 when they purchased the City Brewery facility. They continued…

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  • Origin and history of beer and brewing

    Half brown leather with brown calico-grain cloth. No decoration on front and back. Gold stamping on spine. Endpapers marbled brown. Top gilt. Book topics: Beer; Brewing industry.

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  • Brewing Beer in a Compound in Bujan, Sisalaland

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  • Miller Brewing Co. brewhouse

    Miller Breweries

    Copper brew kettles in Miller Brewery Co. (Milwaukee) brewhouse. Each holds 15,000 gallons of malt, cereal, and water which are bailed here with hops added for flavor. Kettles are cleaned between batc…

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  • 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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  • Advertisement for Star Beer, Produced in an Accra Brewery

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  • Muntzenberger Brewery

    Muntzenberger, John

    This is a drawing of the first brewery in Kenosha, built by Conrad Muntzenberger in 1847 on Lake Street, drawn by his youngest son, John.

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  • Durand Brewery

    The Durand Brewery was founded in 1863 by Phillip Lorenz who manufactured beer until 1882. In 1890, the property was bought by Frank Baur. Two years later, Jacob Breunig became co-partner and the firm…

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  • Miller beer protest

    Students protest Miller Brewing Company's use of corn.

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  • Fauerbach beer truck at Union Terrace

    Fauerbach beer truck unloading on Park Street at the Union Theater, during Work Day. In the early 40s the campus had a Work Day each year where students did projects such as repaving the lakeshore pat…

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  • Eagle Brewery employees

    Employees of Eagle Brewery, William Rahr's Sons. William Rahr, Jr. ran William Rahr's Eagle Brewery and Northwestern Malt House from around 1880 at 623 Washington Street. The company was incorporated…

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  • Eagle Brewery employees

    Employees of Eagle Brewery, William Rahr's Sons. William Rahr, Jr. ran William Rahr's Eagle Brewery and Northwestern Malt House from around 1880 at 623 Washington Street. The company was incorporated…

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  • Schlitz Brewery brewhouse

    Barkin, Herman & Associates

    Copper brew kettles at Schlitz Brewery in Milwaukee. Each holds 500 barrels or 15,000 gallons of barley malt, water, corn, grits and rice for brewing. There are 12 of them at Schlitz.

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  • Dimler Brewery

    A view of Dimler Brewery shortly after it was first opened in 1868 at First and Fremont. Beer was brewed in the lower level and stored in an underground cellar. Note the canopy in front which protecte…

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  • Conrad Muntzenberger Brewery

    In the Kenosha City directory of 1858-9, it was recorded that this brewery was located on North Water Street, on the corner of the first alley south of Lemon Street. The brewery annually converted sev…

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  • J. G. Gottfredsen and Son Brewery

    This was copied from a small post card size picture loaned by Rudolph Gottfredsen (grandson of J. G. Gottfredsen) in March, 1941. The location is on Milwaukee Avenue at Middle Street. The driver of th…

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  • Mueller Brothers Brewing Company

    Wentorf, Hubert R

    From handwritten note on back of photo: "The corner lot of the Mueller Brothers Brewing Company is filled with well drilling equipment. They were successful in obtaining water at 860 feet. The water w…

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  • Brewery Building on Pierre home farm.

    Joe Pierre made Belgian beer for home use during the years of 1901-1920. Located 1/2 mile west of Brussels.

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