b"MOVE MKE: MILWAUKEE LIVINGBEER CAPITALOF THE WORLDOnly one city can claim to be The Beer Capital of the World and that city is Milwaukee. Once home to Miller, Schlitz, Pabst and Blatz breweries, to name a few, Milwaukee is now a leader in the ever-evolving art of craft brewing. Whether you opt for a tasting tour; relax at one of the areas ubiquitous beer gardens (be sure to visit Milwaukees Original Biergarten at Old Heidelberg Park); hop on the Beer Titans History bus tour (hopheadtours.com); ride on the East Troy Beer Tasting Train; brew your own beer (beerbarons.org); imbibe in non-alcoholic and gluten-removed or gluten-friendly craft beers now offered at many local breweries such as Lakefront Brewery, Good City Brewing, Eagle Park Brewing & Explorium Brewpub; join in the froth frenzy of Oktoberfest celebrations; take a class at Third Space Brewings popular Beer School (thirdspacebrewing.com); or simply grab aBavarian Bierhaus/VISIT Milwaukeecold pick-six to share at a tailgate or BBQ, Brew City is sure to serve up a hoppy experience! The region has so muchBrewery Tours to offer, we recommend you check out online guides like beeradvocate.com or visitmilwaukee.org/beer- Some brewery tours worth knowing about:brewing/things-to-do/nightlife/beer-brewery to see Molson Coors: One-hour walking tour allows guests to experience an up-whats on tap! close look at the brewhouse, packaging center and historic caves. Tours con-clude at the historic Miller Inn or outdoor beer garden, where adult guests can enjoy frosty samples. 4251 W. State St., Milwaukee.Telephone: (414) 931-BEER. millerbrewerytour.comThe Beer Lakefront Brewery: Award-winning food and engaging 45-minute tours Baronthrough a historic landmark alongside the Milwaukee River. Check the web-site for daily tour times. Private tours and catering available for large groups. Legacy1872 N. Commerce St., Milwaukee. Virtual tour available. Telephone: (414) 372-8800. lakefrontbrewery.com Beer is embedded deep in Best Place at the Historic Pabst Brewery: Experience old world charm and Milwaukees history,Gemtlichkeit while learning the intriguing history of how the Best and Pabst families grew the brewery to become America's largest by 1874. After bat-architecture and culture.tling to retain its market share, the iconic brewery eventually closed in 1996, Captain Frederick Pabstbut its contributions to Milwaukee continue to be celebrated in this highly acclaimed tour. 917 W. Juneau Avenue, Milwaukee.built the ornate PabstTelephone: (414) 223-4709. bestplacemilwaukee.com/tours Theater, which has beenPabst Mansion Sprecher Brewing Company: Milwaukees original craft brewery, known heralded as the citys most elegant performance venue. Thelocally for its selection of beers and nationally for its root beer. 45-minute former Pabst brewing grounds have been transformed into atours offered Thurs-Sun. with four samples and unlimited soda.701 W. Glendale Ave., Glendale. restaurant, boutique hotel, offices and residential space, whileTelephone: (414) 964-BREW. sprecherbrewery.com his former home, the Pabst Mansion (pabstmansion.com), now serves as a house museum, showcasing the homesCraft Brew Events craftsmanship, original furnishings, and fine arts collection. Holiday tours are especially memorable. Many of the citys beer Wisconsin Beer Lovers Festival: Bayshore, Glendale (June)baronsFrederick Pabst, Joseph Schlitz, Jacob Best and Firkin Fest: Cathedral Square Park, Downtown Milwaukee (July) Valentin Blatzwere laid to rest at historic Forest Home Milwaukee Brewfest: McKinley Park, Milwaukee Lakefront (July) Cemetery on the citys south side.Mitten Fest: Boone & Crockett, Harbor District (February) discovermilwaukee.com 13"