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browse by subject. browse series uw press is actively acquiring titles for these series. © 1995– the board of regents of the university of wisconsin system. beer in milwaukee consists of one major brewery and dozens of microbreweries, and is home to several iconic beer brands from a variety of brewers.
milwaukee, wisconsin has had an association with beer throughout its history, with the brewing industry getting its start prior to its official founding as a city and was nationally recognized as such by the end of the nineteenth century. doug hoverson will be at hop and barrel brewing on saturday, december 7 at 5: 00 p. for a discussion and signing of his new book, the drink that made wisconsin famous: beer and brewing in the badger state.
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