• Brewery, Schlitz Brewing Company

    Mayer, Harold

    Schlitz was once the largest brewer of beer in America. View looks north up Martin Luther King Jr. Drive (3rd Street). Color

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  • Brewery, Schlitz Brewing Company

    Mayer, Harold

    Schlitz was once the largest brewer of beer in America. This image includes a building owned by Pabst brewing company. Color

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  • Brewery, Miller Brewing Company

    Mayer, Harold

    View looking north-east at the Miller brewery. Frederick Miller purchased the Plank-Road brewery in 1855 and his company has continued to grow and brew beer in the Menomonee valley ever since. Color

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  • Brewery, Miller Brewing Company

    Mayer, Harold

    View of the Miller brewery with a parking lot in the foreground. Frederick Miller purchased the Plank-Road brewery in 1855 and his company has continued to grow and brew beer in the Menomonee valley e…

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  • Brewery, Schlitz Brewing Company

    View of brewery looking East across Martin Luther King Jr. Drive (3rd Street). The Joseph Schlitz Brewery and the Pabst Brewery were the largest of the Milwaukee beer makers. The Milwaukee plant of Sc…

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  • Brewery, Pabst Brewing Company

    Mayer, Harold

    View outside the Pabst Brewery.Operations ended at the Brewery in 1996. Color

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  • Brewery, Blatz Brewing Company

    Mayer, Harold

    The former Blatz brewery has been turned into an upscale apartment building. Color

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  • Brewery, Pabst Brewing Company

    Mayer, Harold

    View of one of the newer buildings of the defunct Pabst Brewery. Operations at the Brewery ended in 1996. Color

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  • Brewery, Schlitz Brewing Company

    Mayer, Harold

    View looks northeast from Cherry Street up Martin Luther King Jr. Drive (3rd Street). Color

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  • Brewery, Pabst Brewing Company

    Sketch of the Pabst Brewing Company. Aerial view looking northwest. Jacob Best founded the brewery in 1844. After Frederick Pabst became the president of the company, the name was changed from Best to…

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  • The Great Pabst Brewery, Milwaukee

    Pabst Brewing Company

    Pabst Brewing Company, one of the oldest brewing companies in the United States, began not as a brewery, but as a successful vinegar factory in the 1830s. Jacob and Charles Best, sons of a brewer in G…

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  • 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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  • Argall’s Ale Brewery, also known as the Garden City Brewery

    From the “History of Iowa County, 1881”, page 705: Garden City Brewery: This brewery was established by James Argall, the present proprietor, in 1854. At that time, the large stone building, 62 x 80 f…

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  • Jinja, Nile Brewery plant

    Forman, Harrison, 1904-1978

    Uganda - Jinja Color

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  • Dublin, Guinness Brewery barrel room

    Forman, Harrison

    Barrell room in Guinness Brewery. Dublin, Ireland Color

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  • Fred Miller Brewing Co., Milwaukee, U.S.A.

    Fred Miller Brewing Company

    Born in Germany in 1824, Frederick Miller learned the art of brewing from his uncle in France. After working through the ranks of his uncle's brewery, Miller leased the royal Hohenzollern brewery at S…

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  • Home of Chief Oshkosh Beer

    Pride of Winnebago Land. "B'gosh it's Good" met0034

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  • Leinenkugel Brewery visit; September 10, 1997

    Governor Thompson posing with Leinenkugel Brewing officials and a special beer brewed for the Governor during visit to brewery; City of Chippewa Falls; Chippewa County; Wisconsin; September 10, 1997.

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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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