Key Milwaukee

April 2018

An A-Z visitors guide to Milwaukee Wisconsin. Sponsored by Key Magazine Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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22 g ATTRACTIONS TOURS Best Place Tour the former Pabst headquarters. Re-live the rich story of the Best and Pabst families over a cold pint of Pabst beer. Then visit the office of Captain Pabst and the beautiful 1880 corporate headquarters. (Closed Tues.). Historic Pabst Brewery 901 W. Juneau Ave. (414) 630-1609 Cedar Creek Winery Open year-round, seven days a week. Cedar Creek Settlement, Cedarburg (262) 377-8020 Central Standard Craft Distillery Tasting room and tours. For tour times and details: 613 South 2nd St. (414) 455-8870 Clock Shadow Creamery Learn about the history of cheese making. Sample fresh cheeses. 138 W Bruce St. (414) 273-9711 Explore Milwaukee Hop On/Hop Off Sightseeing Bus Stay on the bus and take the 60 minute, fully nar- rated tour in its entirety or hop on and hop off at scheduled stops. Fri.-Sun., 10am-4pm. (414) 255-0534 Great Lakes Distillery One-hour tour, includes a flight of six products. Tasting room is open to the public every day. 616 W. Virginia St. (414) 431-8683 Harley-Davidson Powertrain Operations Factory W156 N9000 Pilgrim Rd. Menomonee Falls (877) 883-1450 Historic Milwaukee Walking tours explore the unique architecture and streetscapes of downtown. 235 E. Michigan St. (414) 277-7795 Jelly Belly Visitor Center and Tours Climb aboard the Jelly Belly Express and learn about the world- famous candy making, and enjoy free samples. 10100 Jelly Belly Lane, Pleasant Prairie Lakefront Brewery 1872 N. Commerce St. (414) 372-8800 Miller Brewery Tours Experience brewing history since 1855. See production from brewing to bottling and distribution. 4251 W. State St. (414) 931-BEER/2337 Milwaukee Brewing Company Small-scale craft brewery affiliated with LAKEFRONT BREWERY Learn the ins and outs of the brewing process while enjoying a cold one along the way. Expert tour guides with real comedy chops keep guests engaged as they lead groups through the facility, entertaining them with the history of beer, history of the brewery, and how to make award-winning beer. 1872 N Commerce St. (414) 372-8800

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