Welcome to the Museum of Beer and Brewing

The Museum of Beer & Brewing is a not-for-profit organization
working to build a museum (both virtual and physical)
to preserve and display the proud history of beer and brewing
throughout the world; the science, art, architecture and
traditions that have shaped our culture
for thousands of years.

Features

Read the 2019 SPRING Edition of the Museum of Beer & Brewing Newsletter


SAVE THE DATE!

September 22, 2019 5:00 p.m.

CELEBRATION OF BREWERS

Banquet and Karl Strauss Award Presentation

to Honoree Ken Grossman of the

Sierra Nevada Brewing Company

For additional information and reservations go to THE STORE


 

OLD WORLD WISCONSIN

Brewing Schedule for 2019

July 27: Steam Beer (1903 recipe) ~

August 10: Black Beer ~

August 24: American Cream Ale

September 14: Octoberfest Beer ~

September 28: Bock Beer ~

October 12: Bock Beer

 

Historic Brewing Demonstration at Old World Wisconsin

Old World Wisconsin Web Site


A Bar That’s Also a Museum

Brew City MKE in Grand Avenue Mall serves only Milwaukee beers -- and brewing history.

URBAN mILWAUKEE article by Michael Home - May 3rd, 2018


Museum of Beer and Brewing and Old World Wisconsin Partnership

A partnership has begun between Old World Wisconsin and the Museum of Beer & Brewing, teaching the process of brewing beer, from growing the ingredients to fermentation, done the same way as the 19th-century brewmasters.

Check out the story in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel!

The Museum of Beer & Brewing showcased at the Brew City MKE

Brew City MKE ~ 275 W. Wisconsin Ave., W. Wisconsin and Third Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203 ~ Link to Brew City MKE Home

Milwaukee Historical Society turns a popular beer exhibit into a permanent one.

"The Milwaukee County Historical Society has moved a popular brewing exhibit into The Shops of Grand Avenue — where you'll be able to get a beer with your history lesson. The idea is for visitors to come in, look around and leave with some knowledge of Milwaukee's brewing roots. A bonus is that the museum's $10 entry fee includes a beer at the Milwaukee Beer Bar".


"The last surviving building from the old Gettelman Brewery, established on Milwaukee's west side in 1856, is being demolished. MillerCoors owns the 19th-century building where Gettelman once brewed $1000 Beer and Milwaukee's Best".

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To further this mission, the Museum of Beer & Brewing the founders envision the creation of an organization that will preserve and showcase the history of beer and the brewing industry throughout the centuries for the benefit, enjoyment and education of the public. The museum will strive for the support of all beer, brewing, and related organizations and the public.