The Gettelman Brewery is Milwaukee’s forgotten giant of beer-making, but its innovations forever changed the way beer was shipped and marketed.
Harvey Kuenn led the Brewers to the World Series in 1982. But it was at his corner bar that he felt most at home.
When the Newhall House opened in 1857, it was a point of local pride. When it burned in 1883, it was a tragedy of historic proportions.
During World War I, much of Milwaukee’s German heritage was washed away in a tide of nationalism. One of the city’s most respected German-language publishers followed suit.
County Stadium helped to make Milwaukee Big League in 1953, but it nearly opened with a minor league tenant.