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Oscar was a cheerful, enthusiastic, modest man and a key ingredient that made The Pearl a success. He has been recognized as “one of the nation’s authentic, old-time soda jerks” and named Wisconsin’s Outstanding Older Worker.
His son, TJ, and daughter-in-law, Michelle, opened The Pearl in 1993. In The Pearl’s second year, Oscar stopped by on a winter day and asked his son why The Pearl was closed. TJ told him,”Because it’s February, and this is Wisconsin.” Oscar replied, “You can’t make money if you are not open. Show me how to make a malt, and I will be in The Pearl just in case someone comes in.” It wasn’t long before he became the driving force behind the Pearl.
As sales increased, and a local shop could no longer supply enough ice cream, TJ started buying ice cream from a wholesaler. Oscar did not agree with that decision. Either they start making ice cream themselves or take down the sign in the front window that said, “Homemade Ice Cream. ” So Oscar took a course on making ice cream at the University of Wisconsin and became a member of the National Yogurt and Ice Cream Association. After his success with making ice cream, Oscar knew it wouldn’t be difficult to make candy and now the shop has expanded into a Confectionery with homemade chocolates (using Oscar’s original recipes) and homemade fudge. He was famous for his love food, toffee and peanut brittles, as well as turtles and caramel corn.
Born in 1921, Oscar enjoyed a great life. He had four children, seven grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II. He managed the A&P grocery store in La Crosse for 21 years. Then, he sold real estate for 17 years.
Oscar enjoyed gardening, biking, and woodworking. He has made many items from wood for The Pearl including shelves, long-handled spoons, wood bases for glass jars, and a rack to hold ice cream cones.
Oscar most enjoyed the people that come into The Pearl–as much as they enjoyed and many still remember him. Oscar observes, “Ice cream makes you smile. So everyone who comes in here leaves smiling.”
The Pearl family and community were sad to see Oscar go at 92 on Monday, March 17, 2014. The Pearl still opens everyday for him, we still make our ice cream homemade in our on-site kitchen, and thanks to him–The Pearl remains a special place in La Crosse and in the hearts of many.
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“Billie Button” and the Wisconsin Pearl Button Company
(written by Johnathon Jaeger, Archives intern)
The logo for “The Story of My Life by ‘Billie Button. ’” Scan is courtesy of the UWL Murphy Library Special Collections & Area Research Center, where an original pamphlet is held. The La Crosse Public Library Archives also has a copy of the booklet. The full title is “Made in America: Descriptive Story of a Purely American Industry….” first published in 1914.
The story of Billie Button was first published as a pamphlet by the Wisconsin Pearl Button works around 1914 and was later published in the La Crosse Tribune and Leader-Press in 1916 and again across eleven weeks in 1918.
In 1918, Chapter Nine was printed on June 2, page 11. Today, Wisconsin residents can search for the whole series by going the Newspapers.com, which has the La Crosse Tribune digitized and freely available from 1905-1963. Just search “the story of my life by billie button” to view each chapter.
This bizarre advertising campaign consisted of Billie Button, an anthropomorphic button, who explained the life of a Wisconsin Pearl Button Company button, from starting as a clamshell at the bottom of the Mississippi River to being sewed on to a little girl’s dress in Illinois. This advertising campaign worked to reach out possible consumers, improve the public’s view of the company, and to reach out to potential workers.
Photo of the exterior of the Wisconsin Pearl Button Company. This photo was taken from 3rd St. N. looking northeast. Photo is courtesy of the UWL Murphy Library Special Collections & Area Research Center.
The Wisconsin Pearl Button Company first opened in 1900 by Henry Hallauer and it changed hands numerous times. In 1908, it was under the direction of George and John P. Salzer, sons of Rev. John A. Salzer, founder of the Salzer Seed Company. Then, around 1911, it came into the hands of David W. MacWillie, who was president of the company until its demise in 1933. MacWillie led the Wisconsin Pearl Button Company to greatly expanding its operations and opening storehouses in New York and branch factories in Arkansas, Minnesota, and Iowa. The headquarters and main factory was located at 730 3rd Street North.
Photo of the Wisconsin Pearl Button Company in the 1906 Sanborn Fire Insurance Map. This shows the placement of the factory right next to the La Crosse River, right off Third Street North before the bridge over the La Crosse River to the North Side.
The Wisconsin Pearl Button Company quickly became one of the largest employers in La Crosse, employing nearly 225 people in 1902. It was a major employer of women and provided various amenities for their employees, such as a small hospital room for injuries and sickness, a tennis court, dance floor, as well as playing music during work hours, according to William Koch, whose oral history is available at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Murphy Library Special Collections and Area Research Center.
Photo of women sorting blanks or buttons at the Wisconsin Pearl Button Company
However, the company was not without its controversy, in fact far from it. On June 1, 1910, the La Crosse Tribune reported that the company had violated child labor laws when hiring a 15-year-old boy. Eleven days later, after a “riot” at the factory because of unfair pay allegations, the weighmaster and foreman, John Studier, was shot by one of the disgruntled workers, Matt Ruesgen. In 1911, strikes by workers that joined the button makers’ union forced MacWillie to pay them fairly for their work.
La Crosse Chronicle 12 June 1910, reporting the murder of John Studier by Matt Ruesgen
In time, the Wisconsin Pearl Button Company was overtaken by the Hawkeye Pearl Button Company in Muscatine, Iowa. After years and years of harvesting shells from various Wisconsin rivers and lakes, there was a massive depletion of fresh-water mussels. This depletion, as well as the invention of plastic, quickly led to the end of the pearl button industry in the Midwest.
If you have any questions about Billie Button, the Wisconsin Pearl Button Company, how to access historic newspapers, or anything else mentioned above, please feel free to contact the La Crosse Public Library Archives and Local History Department at (608) 789-7136 or [email protected] org.
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The Pearl by Guardian Named Official Ball of US Lacrosse – Lauderdale Lacrosse – Traveling Lacrosse Club Team (Landsharks)
By Brian Logue | @uslacrosse
US Lacrosse has announced that The Pearl by Guardian™ has been named as the Official Ball of US Lacrosse.
“The Pearl allows for consistent performance while meeting the highest standards of safety,” said Steve Stenersen, president and CEO of US Lacrosse. “We’re excited to help bring this innovation to the national lacrosse community.”
“As a chemical engineer and father of a goalie, I wanted to make a premium ball that didn’t hurt as much. The Pearl was the culmination of many years of technology development. WE DID IT!!!” Lee Hanson, Guardian Innovations.
Traditional lacrosse balls are made from vulcanized rubber filled with oils and plasticizers to soften it. Over time, these oils and plasticizers separate from the rubber and leach to the surface creating the slickness as well as hardening of the overall ball. These balls are commonly called “greasers” in the sport.
The Pearl is made with a more advanced elastomeric material and innovative manufacturing process that helps the ball keep a more consistent surface texture.
The Pearl is already manufactured in the United States to new standards approved by NOCSAE last month that will take effect beginning June 2017.
Current NOCSAE standards allow a range of pressure from 110 to 210 pounds to reduce the diameter of a ball by 25 percent. The new standard limits that range between 115 to 150 pounds in order to help improve safety.
“It has the same weight and the same bounce, but the balls built to the new NOCSAE standard have up to a 40-percent reduction in the transfer of energy, making it a safer ball,” said Bruce Griffin, Director of the Center for Sports Science at US Lacrosse.
The sponsorship agreement between US Lacrosse and Guardian runs through 2018 and a portion of proceeds from each ball sold goes to the US Lacrosse Sports, Science & Safety Committee to aid their efforts in making the sport safer.
The Pearl by Guardian will be used at all US Lacrosse events beginning in 2017.
In 2015, Guardian Innovations developed The Pearl lacrosse ball. Born from The Hanson Group, Guardian is able to draw on 20 years of material science and engineering expertise. They use their expertise to improve the materials used in sports goods. The team is comprised of innovators and scientists that are passionate about better engineered sporting equipment. Guardian Innovation’s goal remains the same: protecting athletes participating in sports that clearly demand advancements in equipment. Learn more about the company at http://www.guardianinnovations.com/ and follow The Pearl at fb.com/guardianpearl and instagram.com/thepearl_lax
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So it all happened.
Bliss suddenly found herself admitted into a narrow circle, which, as it turned out, was no different from Houston: the same athletic guys (only lacrosse and rowing took the place of football here) and uniformly beautiful girls (only here they participated in a discussion club and intended to enter any of the Ivy League universities [Ivy League is an association of eight private American universities located in seven states in the northeastern United States. The name comes from the ivy shoots that coiled around the old buildings at these universities. It is believed that the members of the league are distinguished by a high quality of education and, in connection with this, a certain snobbery in relation to other American universities. (Ed. Note)]), with the same unwritten laws to keep newcomers at a distance. Bliss knew that she had entered the holy of holies solely with the permission of Mimi.
But it wasn’t the social hierarchy at her school that worried Bliss. And not even straightened hair – so that she once again allowed Mimi’s stylist to do this to her! Without curls, she was somehow uncomfortable! It worried her that sometimes she had the feeling that she did not know herself.And it has been going on ever since she arrived in New York. As she walked past a building or an old park by the river, she had a feeling of déjà vu, as strong as if memories were emerging from the very depths of her memory, and then Bliss would start to shake. When she first entered their apartment on East Seventy-seventh Street, the thought arose in her mind: “I am at home” – and not at all because this was their house … she instinctively sensed that she had been here before, entered these very doors, not too long ago, she danced across this marble floor.There was a fireplace, she thought when she saw her room. Indeed, when Bliss mentioned this in a conversation with a real estate agent, he said that in 1819 a fireplace was actually built in this room, but later it was planked for security reasons. “Because someone died here.” But the worst of all were the nightmares. Because of them, Bliss woke up screaming. In these nightmares, she ran, and someone held her, and she could not cope with the situation and woke up shivering in cold sweat, among wet, crumpled sheets.Her parents assured her that this was normal. Since when is it considered normal for a fifteen-year-old girl to scream so much in her sleep that her throat starts to hurt and she chokes on her own saliva?
But now, in Quarter 122, Jack Force got up, and Bliss stood up too, apologizing to Mimi. She stood up, obeying the impulse, solely for the opportunity to move, to do at least something, and not to work as a spectator in the theater of one actor, Mimi. True, having said that she wanted to smoke, she realized that she really really wanted it.Aggie Carondole, one of Mimi’s clones, was already making her way to the exit. Bliss lost sight of Jack halfway through the crowd; she waved her hand in front of the guard, showing him the seal on his wrist. The guard was supposed to let people out and back in according to New York’s draconian smoking laws. Bliss saw some irony in this: New Yorkers at the same time consider themselves free from any restrictions! While in Houston a person can smoke anywhere, even in a beauty salon, sitting under a hairdryer, in Manhattan, smokers are considered a kind of deviation and are kicked out into the street in any weather.
Bliss threw open the back door and found herself in an alley, in a small dark nook between two buildings. The alley between Kvartal 122 and the Bank was a Petri dish of warring cultures: on the one hand, well-groomed hipsters in expensive tailored European outfits, with bleached hair cascading over zebra-colored jackets, and on the other, a scruffy group of lost youth in tattered, torn clothes. But there was a shaky truce between the two groups, an invisible border that neither group crossed.After all, they were all smokers here. Bliss saw Aggie leaning against the wall and chatting with two models.
Bliss dug into the pockets of her Marc Jacobs half-length coat (borrowed from Mimi as part of her new look) looking for cigarettes and shook one out of the box. Fumbling for matches, the girl raised the cigarette to her lips.
A hand reached out from the darkness, offering her a light. A hand on the other side of the alley. For the first time, someone challenged the border.
– Thank you, – Bliss thanked, leaned forward and lit a cigarette, the tip of the cigarette flushed red.
Through the smoke she recognized the guy who offered her fire. Dylan Bard, like her, moved from another city. One of the students who seem like strangers in Duchesne, where, like Stepford, everyone knows everyone since kindergarten and dance lessons. Dylan looked handsome and dangerous in his usual tattered leather motorcycle jacket, dirty T-shirt and stained jeans. There were rumors that he was expelled from several private schools.
Dylan’s eyes glittered in the darkness. He slammed the lighter shut with a click, and Bliss saw a shy smile on his face. There was something about him – sad, broken, touching … His appearance exactly matched Bliss’s well-being. Dylan walked over to the girl.
– Hello! He said.
“My name is Bliss,” she said.
“Of course you are Bliss,” Dylan nodded.
Duchesne School was located in the former Flood mansion at Madison Avenue and Ninety-ninth Street, in the private schools area, opposite Dalton and adjacent to the Sacred Heart School.This mansion was once the home of Rosa Elizabeth Flood, widow of Captain Armstrong Flood, founder of the Flood Oil Company. Rose’s three daughters were raised and taught by a Belgian governess, Margarita Duchesne, and when all three daughters died during the ill-fated flooding of the Endeavor, a grief-stricken Rose returned to the Midwest and bequeathed the house to Mademoiselle Duchesne so that she could fulfill her dream and found a school.
To convert the house into a school, not so much had to be done: according to the terms of the will, all furniture and decoration of the premises had to be carefully preserved, and therefore everyone, entering the building, seemed to be transported into the past.Above the marble staircase hung the portrait of the three heiresses of the Flood estate by John Singer Sargent, as if they were greeting guests on the magnificent staircase. The ballroom, overlooking Central Park, had a baroque crystal chandelier, and the lobby still had Chesterfield sofas and antique music stands. The polished brass candlesticks were now adapted to fit light bulbs, and the squeaky Pullman elevator still worked (although only teachers were allowed to use it).The charming attic has been converted into an arts center, with a printing press and lithograph machine, while the living rooms on the ground floor are home to a fully equipped theater, gymnasium and dining room. Metal lockers are now lined up along the corridors covered with wallpaper with heraldic lilies, and the bedrooms on the second floor are occupied by classrooms for classes in humanitarian subjects. Students have sworn from generation to generation that the third staircase is visited by the ghost of Mrs. Duchesne.
In the hallway in front of the library there were shared photographs of all graduated classes. Since the school was initially strictly female, the first graduation class in 1869 consisted of six prim girls in white ball gowns, their names were engraved in calligraphic handwriting under the photo. Over the years, daguerreotypes with images of socialite girls of the nineteenth century were replaced by black and white photographs of girls with magnificent hairstyles of the fifties, then in the sixties cheerful long-haired gentlemen were added, when Duchesne finally switched to joint training, and it all ended with color photographs of charming young women and handsome young men of the current generation.But in reality, not much has changed. The girls continued to show up at graduation in white tea dresses from Sachs and white gloves from Bergdorf, in ivy wreaths, and along with their diplomas, they were presented with bouquets of red roses. The young men came in suits befitting the occasion, with pearl clips on wide gray ties.
The gray plaid uniform was a thing of the past, but in Duchesne the bad news still came in the form of an interrupting announcement over a hissing, ancient radio link: “Emergency meeting in the chapel.All students are requested to report to the chapel immediately. ”
Schuyler met Oliver in the hallway outside the music hall. They haven’t seen each other since Friday night. None of them mentioned meeting Jack Force at the Bank, which was very unusual, since they were used to dissecting all the situations they experienced by the minute. In the morning, upon meeting, Oliver spoke to Schuyler with deliberate coldness. But Schuyler did not pay any attention to this: she immediately ran to Oliver and grabbed his hand.
– What’s going on? She asked, leaning her head on his shoulder.
– How do I know?
But Schuyler did not lag behind.
– You always know everything.
“Okay… just don’t tell anyone,” Oliver relented, enjoying the sensation of her hair touching his neck.
Schuyler was especially beautiful today. For once, she let her long hair down, and in her too-big-for-her dark blue pea coat, faded jeans and worn-out black “Cossacks” looked like a pixie.[Small creatures from English mythology, considered a species of elves. (Ed. Note).] Oliver looked around uneasily.
– I think it has something to do with the company that got together at Quarter One Hundred and Twenty-two over the weekend.
Schuyler’s eyes went up to his forehead.
– With Mimi and her company? But why? Are they going to drive them?
“Maybe,” Oliver said, enjoying the idea.
An entire rowing team was expelled from Duchesne last year for illegal behavior on school grounds.Celebrating their victory in the regatta, they returned to school, smashed the offices on the second floor and painted the walls with unprintable words; traces of their presence – broken beer bottles, piles of cigarette butts and several rolled up dollar bills with traces of cocaine – were found the next morning by the cleaners. Parents flooded the administration with petitions to review the decision (some considered the expulsion too harsh a punishment, while others generally demanded that a criminal case be opened). What the cheerleader was, a foolish high school student who had views on Harvard, was the headmistress’s nephew, only added fuel to the fire.(Harvard immediately canceled the preliminary agreement to accept the young man, and the expelled master of the boat was now tearing his throat at Duke University.)
But Schuyler did not think that because of someone’s bad behavior on the weekend they would rip all classes from classes and gather in the chapel. Since there were only forty students in each class, the whole team was comfortably accommodated in the chapel, everyone took their assigned places: first years and graduates in the front, separated by an aisle, students of the second and third years in the back.
Dean Cecilia Mollow stood on the dais at the altar and waited patiently. Schuyler and Oliver found Dylan behind, in their usual place. The guy had dark circles under his eyes, as if from a strong lack of sleep, an ugly red spot flaunted on his shirt, and a rip on his black jeans. Around the neck was a white silk scarf, patterned in the manner of Jimi Hendrix.
The other students tried to settle down further away from him. Dylan nodded to Schuyler and Oliver.
– What happened? Schuyler asked, settling down on the bench.
Dylan put a finger to his lips and shrugged.
Dean tapped on the microphone. Although Cecilia was not a Duchesne alumnus, unlike the headmistress, the head of the library and almost all the female faculty – and it was generally rumored that she attended a free high school – she quickly became accustomed to wearing both a velvet headband and corduroy knee-length skirts. mastered the rounded vowels – in short, acquired all the features of a real employee of Duchesne. In general, Dean Mollow was a very adequate person and therefore enjoyed authority on the board of the school.
– Attention please! Sit down please. I have to share with you a very sad news. The dean drew in a breath. “It is with great regret that one of our students, Aggie Carondole, passed away this weekend.
A shocked silence reigned in the hall, replaced by a confused roar. The dean coughed.
– Aggie studied in Duchesne since the preparatory group of kindergarten. There will be no school tomorrow. Instead, a memorial service will take place in the chapel in the morning.All are invited. The funeral will then take place at Forest Hill Cemetery in Queens, and a bus will be provided for students wishing to attend the funeral. We ask you to support the Aggie family at such a difficult time.
Dean coughed again.
– For those who will need it, we invite psychological help staff. Classes will end today at noon, your parents have already been warned about this. After the meeting is over, I ask everyone to return to the second lesson.
After a short appeal to the Lord – in Duchesne, disciples were accepted regardless of confessional affiliation, – prayers from the Book of Common Prayer, a verse from the Koran and an excerpt from Khalil Gibran, read by the elders, the disciples, silent, full of anxiety, left the chapel; mild excitement mingled with nausea and keen sympathy for Aggie’s relatives. This has never happened before in Duchesne. Of course, they heard about the problems of other schools – when someone got drunk and crashed, or a football coach harassed students, or high school students raped girls in a younger class, or idiots in greatcoats acquired machine guns and shot half of the class – but this is happened in other schools! On TV, in the suburbs, in free public schools, with their metal detectors at the entrance and their transparent vinyl backpacks. Horrors were not supposed to happen in Duchesne.This could practically be considered the rule.
The worst thing that could befall a Duchesne apprentice was a broken leg while skiing in Espen, or a painful sunburn on a spring beach in St. Barts. And therefore the fact that Aggie Carondole died, and not somewhere, but right here, in the city, did not reach her sixteenth birthday, simply did not fit into their heads.
Aggie Carondole? Schuyler looked sad – but she hardly knew Aggie, one of the tall, skinny blondes who curled around Mimi Force like maids of honor around the queen.
– Hey, how are you? Fine? Oliver asked, placing a hand on Schuyler’s shoulder.
“That’s okay,” Dylan said, shaking his head. – I saw her just on Friday night.
– Have you seen Aggie? Schuyler was surprised. – Where?
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1. Urban Harvest Brewing Company, Milwaukee, WI
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Urban Harvest didn’t officially open until June 2016, but it has pretty much become Milwaukee’s new favorite destination.You can find it in the Walker Point area in a building with brick walls and chimneys inside, and even in the old theater behind the living room. Favorites currently include the crisp and light Viburnum Wheat, the light-hopping Black Puppy Pale Ale, and the rich Espresso Amber. If you’re lucky, the staff will bring with them a secret drink not on the menu: a three-year chocolate vanilla Irish whiskey.
2.3 Sheboygan, Wisconsin
We spend the day in Sheboygan, Wisconsin with @ 3sheepsbrewing founder and master brewer Grant Paulie.We were greeted with a paid Time Off, imperial black wheat with coconut, cocoa feathers and walnuts.
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If you ever travel to the capital of the world, Bratwurst, which is actually Sheboygan, Wisconsin, you will have to stop at 3 sheep. Their public eatery just opened in April 2016 and they are working on a new beer that will only be available in Sheboygan County.Choose Baaad Boy (black wheat ale), Hello, My name is Joe (coffee ale), and Ewephoria (seasonal ginger and chocolate).
3. Ale Asylum, Madison, Wisconsin
Thank you to the prisoners who attended and voted in yesterday’s Sunday Bloody Funday! Here are the winners: 1st Place: Lazy Oaf Lounge 2nd Place: Mid Town Pub 3rd Place: The Free House Pub Originality: Lazy Oaf Lounge Presentation: Mid Town Pub All participating establishments deserve a pint for the amazing creations they have on offer how there was some serious creativity!
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This is one of the favorites of the University of Wisconsin students. They are known for their clean, honest brew, fermented “in their right mind” – which means that their beer is brewed without any preservatives. You can drop by on a Sunday tour for $ 5 with fellow prisoners and get a pint and / or samples. If you’re going to check them out in the summer, be sure to buy a pint of Tripel Nova, a Belgian and seasonal Belgian tripel that is only available in the Ale Asylum tasting room, nowhere else.
4. Sand Creek Brewing Company, Black River Falls, Wisconsin
Getting ready for football season with a couple of barrels of our Red Headed IPA (wet hops) with blood oranges at Sand Creek Brewery #beer #beers #beerstagram #beerporn #brewery #craft #craftbeer #wi #wibeer
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Sand Creek Brewing Company is located in the western part of the state. It is a famous brewery and is actually one of the largest brewers in the state. If you’re looking at the Beer Advocate roster, you really can’t miss it – their brewer has won first place in the World Beer Cup three times. Be sure to try the cranberry special ale, because apart from beer, Wisconsin is also known as cranberry country.
5. Pearl Street Brewery, La Crosse, WI
Cheers for being the last 2 left in Lax
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Founded in 1999, Pearl Street Brewery began as a fairly well-known location in La Crosse, WI, and is now located on St. Andrew. They have always maintained a great community vibe and not only does every beer stand out on their website, but every member of their staff does.Get a pint of their signature beverage of the same name, Pearl Street Ale, and stay tuned to live music every Friday night in their tasting room.
6. Rustic Road Brewing Company, Kenosha, WI
Domestic brewing route: German Pilsner, South Port Wheat, Hazlenuth Harvest. Amazing !! #ILoveWisconsin
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Unfortunately, Kenosha isn’t too high on Wisconsin’s list of tourist attractions, but Rustic Road, the city’s oldest microbrewery, is definitely worth a day trip from Chicago.They pride themselves on taking multiple meals at once. The menu changes weekly and this smaller space allows them to experiment and focus on their favorite flavors. You can always check their current menu online in advance. If you live near the area, you can join their Travel Club, which will provide you with their mug in the tasting room, draft beer prices at happy hour, and a free drink on your birthday.
7. New Glarus, New Glarus, Wisconsin
#newglarusbrewingco #craftbeer #beerporn #drinkwisconsinbly #instabeer #wisconsin #onlyinwisconsin #newglarus #beer #wisconsinbeer
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Any Wisconsinite knows the value of a bottle of New Glarus. It is sold exclusively in Wisconsin, so a tour of this famous brewery is like visiting a secret club. By far everyone’s favorite drink is Spotted Cow, aptly named for the Dairy State. As the saying goes, if you drink Spotted Cow, you know you are in Wisconsin. They have a tasting room where you can get some samples and you can also take a self-guided tour of their brewery.
8. Lakeside Brewery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
You cannot visit #milwaukee without visiting #brewerytour #lakefrontbrewery #lakefront
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Evan, Terrance, and Dan: These are not only the names of Lakefront employees in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, but also the names of some personally brewed beers in the Lake Turn’s My Turn series. Aside from showcasing its employees’ brewing talents, Lakefront is known for its variety of ales and lagers, from the year-round Riverwest Stein to the seasonal favorite of Wisconsinite.It’s safe to say that the Lakefront may be the most popular beer tour in Milwaukee, so it’s definitely worth a couple of hours and a couple of drinks during your visit.
9. Brewing Company O’so, Plover, WI
The death of Tuppence and Project Law. Second stop on the beer tour. ,,, #brew #beer #oso #wisconsin #craftbeer #beerporn
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WisconsinBeer.org is considered the most “Wisconsin” brewery in Wisconsin. Obviously try their “Big O” here, but they also have 40 drinks on tap on any given day. And you can never drink the same twice, because they update the menu weekly. Tours of the breweries are held on Saturdays, and all proceeds are donated to various charities every month.
10. Miller Brewing Company, Milwaukee, WI
Dude … yell at @millerlite for always changing it! 102815 #miller #milwaukee #milwaukeelife #millerhighlife #millerlite #millertime #beer #shoutout #likes #beerporn #killinit #picture #z
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I cannot complete this list without mentioning Miller’s famous name.From popular beers like Miller Lite or Genuine Draft to lesser known beers like Mickey’s and Olde English, there really is something for all kinds. Tours include the Miller Valley open area and the story of founder Frederick Miller. And the coolest part? Miller beer is still made today from the same yeast strain that Freddie brought from Germany in 1855. So even though they’ve gotten pretty big, it’s still a pretty cool brewery.
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