Milwaukee. MKE. Great city by the lake.
Such life, such potential.

This is our love letter to you.
Thanks for the Love, MKE.

onmilwaukee:

First look: Brenner Brewing Company

…The Walker’s Point-based brewery will open to the public in a couple of weeks (permits pending) and will offer tours, growlers to go and a tasting room. The brewery currently has four beers on tap.
"We’ll be adding more pretty regularly," says Brenner, who received the title of master brewer after completing an international training program at Siebel Institute in Chicago and the Doemens Akademie in Munich, Germany.
Brenner also opened an art gallery and 20 artists’ studio spaces in the adjacent building called The Pitch Project…

Continue reading “First look: Brenner Brewing Company” on OnMilwaukee.

onmilwaukee:

First look: Brenner Brewing Company

…The Walker’s Point-based brewery will open to the public in a couple of weeks (permits pending) and will offer tours, growlers to go and a tasting room. The brewery currently has four beers on tap.

"We’ll be adding more pretty regularly," says Brenner, who received the title of master brewer after completing an international training program at Siebel Institute in Chicago and the Doemens Akademie in Munich, Germany.

Brenner also opened an art gallery and 20 artists’ studio spaces in the adjacent building called The Pitch Project…

Continue reading “First look: Brenner Brewing Company” on OnMilwaukee.

ls-photos:

take a break from the love. #milwaukee #mke #sunrise

ls-photos:

take a break from the love. #milwaukee #mke #sunrise

milwaukeestat:

Forget Uber and Lyft for a second, here are the routes where people run in Milwaukee.
Note the concentrated intensity of use along the Oak Leaf, the Hank Aaron, and other trails. Now imagine what this map might look like if Wisconsin invested more in bike and pedestrian infrastructure instead of widening highways.

milwaukeestat:

Forget Uber and Lyft for a second, here are the routes where people run in Milwaukee.

Note the concentrated intensity of use along the Oak Leaf, the Hank Aaron, and other trails. Now imagine what this map might look like if Wisconsin invested more in bike and pedestrian infrastructure instead of widening highways.