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Have fun making delicious recipes, some modern, some contributed by descendants of Conrad Seipp, and a few even date to the early 1900 's.
A simple pin with a clear and historical message. This is an essential pin for any hard worker and beer lover!
Everything you wanted to know about beer, and more! The definitive, richly illustrated book on beer and brewing in Wisconsin.
Become enlightened on the brewery process in this "pitcher book" for grown-ups. A parody of
Goodnight Moon for beer people!
Drink up the history of one of the most famous beer cities in the world. Learn about the people and the breweries that make this exciting city so special in Wisconsin.
A clever shirt for the small batch beer aficionado.
Walking Milwaukee leads readers through some of the city’s most interesting, scenic, and historic places.
Readers will find in these pages the biography of a bridge, a requiem for a union, odes to autumn and spring, a poem about aging, tales of two shipwrecks, a frank take on segregation, a visit to a junkyard, memories of the summer of ’68, and more.
Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press
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Belgian style beer glass from Old World Wisconsin's historic brewhouse. Pour and serve your favorite brews! 13 ounces.
Straight from Old World Wisconsin's historic brewery experience. Tap into Wisconsin's brewing history!
Dungeness style beer glass from Old World Wisconsin's historic Brewhouse experience. 16 ounces.
Compiling more than 1,200 interviews, authors Jill Florence Lackey and Richard Petrie share ground-level perspectives of the lasting German influence on the Cream City.
For the beer aficionado. Perfect for the office or a night out on the town. Fits men's shoe sizes 7-12.5.
Leading readers on a neighborhood-by-neighborhood tour, author and Milwaukee native Jim Nelsen pinpoints the fascinating historic locations of the Cream City.
Bright red socks with foamy pints and hops. Cheers! Fits women's shoe sizes 5 -10.5.
Perfect for when your lederhosen don't fit anymore. Wearable all months. Fits men's shoe sizes 7-12.5.
The perfect sock for Halloween and Oktoberfest. Fits men's shoe sizes 7-12.5.
In this Issue: The Women of Wisconsin Brewing; Tommy Bartlett's Water Ski Show; Door County and Migrant Labor; Book Excerpt: "Sand and Fire"