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Proceeds to benefit service members and military families nationwide. Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) December 04, 2014 Hope For The Warriors®, a national
The SEC said on Wednesday that it reached a settlement with the two advertising executives who hoped to purchase the iconic Pabst Brewing Co through an online campaign.
The largest private mausoleum in Wisconsin will open to the public this weekend as part of a beer barons tour, a Milwaukee cemetery has announced. President Thomas Kursel of Forest Home Cemetery says visitors can tour the Blatz family mausoleum beginning at 2 p.m.
A California mutt ran off Sunday with the title of 2009 World's Ugliest Dog Champion, besting a former Chinese Crested ugliness champ, officials say. The judges at the Sonoma-Marin County Fair in California gave the award to Pabst, boxer-mix shelter dog from Citrus Heights, over Rascal, whose breed has dominated the Ugliest Dog competition in recent years, contest officials said in a release. Pabst was given his name because he had a bitter beer face, said owner Miles Egstad, a first-time...
Police in Wisconsin said a man accused of stealing beer from a tavern was arrested after his library card was found at the scene of the theft. Kristopher Lehnhardt, 34, was charged with misdemeanor counts of theft and property damage after a bartender at Cozy Bar in Sheboygan discovered his library card on the floor of the establishment's basement -- and noticing four cases of Miller Light and six cans of Pabst Blue Ribbon were missing, the Sheboygan (Wis.) Press reported Monday. Police said...
Schlitz beer production has returned to its hometown of Milwaukee, the Pabst Brewing Co. said Thursday. The homecoming, some would say, is 27 years in the making. In 1970, Jos. Schlitz Brewing Co.
By Marie Price A federal appeals court Tuesday upheld a $674,000 jury verdict in favor of Oklahoma beer distributor Specialty Beverages LLC in a breach-of-contract lawsuit against Pabst Brewing Co.
MILWAUKEE _ Pabst Brewing Co. doesn't operate breweries anymore, but it wants to be the first choice for every red-blooded American beer drinker.