A brief tour and history of the building along with a glimpse of the company's environmentally friendly initiatives. Enjoy a tasting pour on the house while you tour!

Currently used as a brewery, the space was built in 1904 featuring original cream city brick and a free standing trussed barrel ceiling. It housed Milwaukee’s first commercial grocery delivery service and years later found itself a book bindery. Now a brewery keeping as much to the original space as possible while also bringing in reclaimed wood from all over Wisconsin that are featured parts in the taproom. Take a step outside and you’ll encounter the bioswale full of native Wisconsin plants.

Member of Plastic Free MKE: Passionate community members, small business owners, engineers, agencies, local non-profits—all make up the Plastic-Free MKE coalition. Some members were born and raised here, some are new to the city, but all, are proud to call Milwaukee home and working hard to keep it that way. Together with other local community groups Plastic-Free MKE is working to eliminate single-use plastics in our city. Learn More.

1726 N. 5th St. Milwaukee, WI

Saturday Hours
1 pm - 6 pm

Sunday Hours
11 pm - 3 pm

Photography, Video

Handicapped Accessible
Fully wheelchair accessible

Passport Site
Water Passport