JS: Look inside Pabst's new Milwaukee brewery - a former church building

Three gleaming copper serving vessels hold a spot just below the former choir loft of the church turned brewery.

The altar wasn't there in the building originally, but for the new Pabst Milwaukee Brewery, this will do for symbolism. The brewery, at 1037 W. Juneau Ave., will open April 14 but offered a sneak peek on Monday.

John Kimes, who heads the Pabst Milwaukee brewing staff, took time out from making a Belgian Tripel to act as tour guide in the brewhouse. It's a return to Milwaukee for the brewery, which has a rich and complex history here that dates back to 1844.
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