• Miller Brewery Saloon

    Front view of the historic Miller Brewing Co. Bar (c. 1904) building with original corbelled cornice. Example of a brewery owned tavern built by John Shramka and designed by architect Wolff and Evans…

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  • Pabst Brewery Saloon side exterior

    Side exterior view of historical Pabst Brewing Co. Saloon & Boarding (1904-1915). Pabst plaque visible on the southeast corner of the neoclassical style brick building. Awning pictured advertises M&M…

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  • Cream City Beer on Juneau

    Hunter, Henry H

    The building located at 601-605 W Juneau Avenue in 1936 was a tavern owned by Peter Adams. Lettering in the window advertises that there are tables available for ladies. Signage for Cream City Beer is…

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  • Pabst Brewery Saloon front exterior

    Front exterior view of historical Pabst Brewing Co. Saloon & Boarding (1904-1915). Neoclassical style brick building designed by Charles F. Peters. Pabst plaque visible on the southeast corner of the…

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  • J.P. Strack Beer Hall saloon

    Front view of the J.P. Strack Beer Hall (mid 1885 to mid 1895) tavern. Visible signage advertises J. Obermann Milwaukee Lager Beer and Wines, Liquors & Cigars. MAY 62. D 562. [The following descriptio…

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  • Druml's Tavern

    Angle view of Druml's (1957-1959) bar showing Pabst Blue Ribbon and Blatz beer signs. Originally the Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company Saloon, the Queen Anne style brick building was an early example of…

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  • Le Pines tavern

    Front view of Le Pines (1962-1991) tavern. This building, historically a Miller Brewing Co. Tavern, typical example of a brewery-owned bar from this period. A Blatz Beer sign hangs above the bar’s mai…

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  • Blatz on tap multiple exposure neon sign

    LeSage, Michael W

    Neon tavern Blatz beer on tap sign in St Francis. Multiple exposure shot for effect. Upper right: A multiple exposure of signs in St. Francis, including the Blatz sign on the tavern at 16th and Ohio,…

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  • One Gallon Joe tavern

    View from afar of the One Gallon Joe (1960-1964) bar, which was located within a former P.B. Best Brewery building, built in 1887. Pabst Blue Ribbon beer signs are affixed to the entrance. 8th & Natio…

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  • Gold Coast Bar

    Angled view of the Gold Coast (1953-1967) tavern which was located in a Jacob Obermann Brewery owned saloon building built in 1884. Harper’s 700 Tap and Tim’s BARBQ House are also pictured, as well as…

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  • P.B. Best Saloon

    Resenhoeft, O

    Angle view of two women, a girl, and a man posing in front of the three story P.B. Best building. A sign reading P.B. Best Brewing Co. Milwaukee Lager Beer is affixed to the tavern entrance while ten…

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  • Anton Kuolt Saloon

    Angled view of the building that once housed the Anton Kuolt Saloon (1876-1891). This tavern, situated across from the current Journal Communications Building, was designed by architect Charles Kircho…

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  • Miller High Life Spa tavern

    Wide shot of the brewery owned Miller High Life Spa (1938-1941) tavern. High Life and the trademark Girl in the Moon signage are visible. Surrounding businesses include physician Dr. Harvey, Harmony G…

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  • Schlitz Palm Garden

    A view of the Schlitz Palm Garden, adjacent to the Schlitz Hotel, with its ornate entrance and Schlitz Globe. The Palm Garden was a very popular spot for nightlife until Prohibition forced it out of b…

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  • Schlitz Palm Garden Entrance

    A close view of the Schlitz Palm Garden's (adjacent to the Schlitz Hotel) ornate entrance and Schlitz Globe. The Palm Garden was a very popular spot for nightlife until Prohibition forced it out of bu…

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  • Fogg's Saloon

    A group of men and one child pose outside the entrance to John Fogg's Saloon (c. 1906) on Jones Island. The tavern was one of many among the fishing village establishment on the island. Signs advertis…

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  • Schlitz Palm Garden Interior

    Schlitz Palm Garden, attached to the Schlitz Hotel. Dome ceiling designed to be similar to the Auditorium Hotel in Chicago. The Palm Gardens were visited by many famous people, including Woodrow Wilso…

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  • Ida and Elmer's Tavern

    Wudtke, Herman A

    This photograph shows Ida and Elmer's Tavern, which was located on the corner of N Water and E State Sts. A sign on the side of the building advertises Blatz beer. The buildings in this section were t…

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  • Bob-E-Lanes tavern

    De Jong, Philip A

    A man peers out a Bob-E-Lanes (1972-Present) bar window between a Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer neon sign hanging above and a banner sign advertising the same beer below.

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  • John Munzinger's saloon storefront

    Two men, two boys, and a dog pose on the steps of John Munzinger's tavern. Schlitz beer advertisements flank the front corners of the building while the company’s trademark Belted Globe sign is suspen…

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