Welcome to The Brewhouse Inn & Suites. A place where post-Victorian steampunk meets King Gambrinus swag. And enormous turn-of-the-20th century copper brewing kettles stand watch over blue-ribbon hospitality.
As a fledgling new business grows and expands its walls daily, it seeks new ways to spark excitement and add to its bottom line. As Pabst grew, the company was continually seeking business efficiencies and new ways to get more beer into the hands of thirsty consumers more quickly. During the Depression, prior to the end of Prohibition, Pabst hired a number of consultants and invited them to live in Milwaukee and work on a project they had: canning 3.2 beer. The “near beer”, as it was called, did not hold up well in the traditional kegs so Pabst worked with Continental Can and the American Can Company to create a new type of container to hold a “serving” of Pabst. The first Pabst flat top hit the market in 1935. Pabst’s consultants stayed in private homes as well as boarding houses close to The Brewery and worked […]