Subject: Re: Meeting in Milwaukee
Date: 1992-04-07 03:25:18 GMT
I'm from Milwaukee. First to answer a couple of questions.
There is more than one brewpub in Milwaukee, i believe. I
will try (when I'm at hoem) to get some addresses for you and
post them. you may want to tour two of our local micros as
well, I'll post them also for convienience.
On the Brewers idea, I'm not a fan of baseball, but i could
show up for the tailgate part (is there a cost to simply
get into the parking lot?).
I would like to meet you all, but my friends and I cannot
afford to pay the price of the conference (poor grad. students).
Now for the real point of the post. A place to meet. Although
the beer selection is limited (Hacker Schorr (sp?) Culmbacher
are about the best) the college union is sure to be a low key
atmosphere. you can pretty much rest assured we'd find each
other. The low key atmosphere and ability to hold conversation
over the noise level is the only reason i suggest it.
Barry's Waterstreet Pump is also pretty low key and has a
better beer selection. Von Trier has the best german beer
collection I know of. These may be easier to find. Von
Trier is sure to be crowded and noisy howver.
Maybe some Milwaukee brewers can E-mail me, we can toss a few
selections around and some ideas and post a place since we know
where the bars are and what they serve. Please, write to me,
There a couple of other brewers here with me and we can get
quite a debate going over E-mail to decide. This way, everyone
who has never been to Milwaukee won't have to shuffle through
Also, any requests in terms of, well any requests, send 'em.
Not trying to exclude, just trying to get the ball rolling!
David Bell - email@example.com Some, loth to be espi'd,
Department of Political Science Some start in at the back side,
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Over the hedge and pale,
And all for the good ale.
P.S. - (None of the brewers I know can afford to go, but I'm
sure they'd like to go out for a beer.)
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