The city's famed beer maker, long absent from Milwaukee, will return to the Pabst Brewery complex
In an event that had politicians drinking beer before noon, the owners of Pabst Brewing Company announced they’re coming home. The brewing giant will open a micro brewery in the church that was long part of the Pabst Brewery complex on the northwest edge of Downtown.
The company, which is infamous for how it closed the Milwaukee brewery in 1996 without warning one day, has new owners who are set to right the wrong. Chairman and CEO Eugene Kashper said this is the first step in becoming a good citizen and becoming part of the community. Kashper was effusive in his praise for others who helped make this a reality, noting that “from the first time I got here, it felt like home.” He added that “people are waiting for us to do the right, to make better beer and to give back to the community.”
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