• 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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  • Mueller Brothers Brewing Company

    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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  • Fremont House and Dimler Brewery

    This photo looking across the Sheboygan River captures the very large, two-storied Fremont House on the left and the Dimler Brewery on the right in the 1860’s. John Dimler (also spelled Deumler) start…

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  • R. E. Mueller's Brewery

    R. E. Mueller's Brewery is on sign in picture. From handwritten note on back of photo: "Two Rivers Beverage Company 1890." Photo is mounted in heavy cardboard.

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  • Herzog beer hall

    Herzog's Beer Hall and Lunch Room was photographed in 1907. It was located at 809 South Eighth Street. John F. Herzog ran the saloon from the late 1890's on and was later listed in city directories as…

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  • Willinger's beer hall

    F. Willinger's Beer Hall at 1001 South Eighth Street on the corner of South Eighth and Washington Streets was photographed in the 1890's. Signs outside the saloon indicate they served Kunz-Bleser lage…

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  • Mrs. Bernard Guitheil

    Mrs. Bernard Guitheil's husband was a partner in the Grutheil Brothers Brewery along with his brother Louis. A full barrel of beer sold for about $5, and a sixteenth could be bought for about 75 cents…

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  • Washington Street

    "Washington Street, to the East, Manitowoc, Wis.": postcard by Benke taken mid-block between South Eleventh and South Tenth Streets. On the left, the first large yellow building was the Schreihart Bre…

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  • Waldemar Guitheil

    Waldemar was the son of Mr. Bernard Guitheil, who ran a family brewery in the 1890s.

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  • Bernard Gutheil

    Mr. Gutheil was a partner in the Grutheil Brewery that was located on Fremont Street in the late 1800’s.

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  • Son of Bernard Guitheil

    A portrait of a son of Bernard Guitheil, who was a partner in a family-run brewery in the late 1890s.

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  • Arthur Guitheil

    Arthur Guitheil, was the son of Marie Haughsen and Ferdinand Gutheil. He operated a brewery on Fremont Street with his brother.

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  • When we were boys: drinking beers at the Lake House

    Socializing at the Lake House, southeast corner of Washington and 16th Streets were (back row) Nic Rau, F.F. Willard, Walter Mauer, F.E. Relig, Noel Nash, Burt Rivet, Walter Mauer, Ed R. Mueller, H.R…

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  • Kunz Bleser

    Frederick Kunz, 1983, with one of the Kunz Bleser & Co. beer signs.

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  • Rahr baseball team

    This studio photograph shows a baseball team sponsored by William Rahr's Sons.

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  • Men around wagon

    Group of men around a wagon with crates of Schreihart and Rahr beer.

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  • Hirsch Smalley & Otto Alter

    Hirsch Smalley and Otto Alter sitting outside an unidentified tavern which advertises Rahr beer.

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  • Brewers and breweries in Manitowoc

    When, where, and who stewed the brews at the first brewery in Manitowoc? Frederick Kunz deliciously details all in this tale of Manitowoc history.|00:00:00-Part 1 Introduction00:00:52-Part 2 Origin of…

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  • Mrs. Louis Gutheil

    Mrs. Louis Gutheil's maiden name was Johanna. She was married to Louis Gutheil. He was a partner in the Grutheil Brewery on Fremont Street in the late 1800’s.

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  • Louis Guitheil

    Mr. Louis Guitheil, a partner in the Grutheil Brewery that was located on Fremont Street in the late 1800’s. The business ended when Louis became county clerk in 1897.

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