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Pabst Brewing Company opens its newest craft brewery space in Milwaukee

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MILWAUKEE -- Pabst Brewing Company is showing off its newest brewhouse in Milwaukee. It's a craft brewery space on Juneau Ave.

The first tapping at the brewery took place on Wednesday afternoon, April 12th. Pabst will serve their locally-brewed beer on site as well as dishing out food for guests.

"It's going to be really an immersion experience, of Pabst of the past, and Pabst of the future, I think it's just going to be a great event, great place to come," said Greg Geuhs, Pabst Brewing Company Master Brewer.

A ribbon cutting was held at the brewery near 10th and Juneau on Wednesday evening.

Pabst Milwaukee Brewery will kick off the summer music season with a grand opening street festival from 1 to 7 p.m. Saturday, May 13th. The event will be held on Juneau Avenue between 10th and 11th streets and the adjoining area of 11th street and will feature outdoor performances from a variety of leading local bands – including IshDARR, Masked Intruder, New Age Narcissism, Hugh Masterson, Abby Jeanne and D’ Amato. An art gallery, live painting, games, activities and food will also be offered, along with Pabst Milwaukee Brewery beer.

Admission is free.

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