Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Miller Brewery Tour - Free Beer

Tour (and smell) the brewing plant, the immense warehouse, the historic storage caves. Meet the video-projected "ghost" of Frederick Miller! And then drink your three free samples if you're 21 or over.

MillerCoors

Address:
4251 W. State St., Milwaukee, WI
Directions:
MillerCoors. On the west side of the city. I-94 exit 309A. Drive north on 35th St. for almost a mile, then turn left onto State St. Pass through Miller Valley (well marked) to the last building on the left, the Miller Visitor Center and Gift Shop.
Hours:
Summer M-F 10-6, Sa 10-6:30; Su 10-3:30; fewer days and hours off-season (Call to verify)
Phone:
414-931-2337
Admission:
Free
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Miller Brewery.

Miller Brewery Tour

The Miller Brewery Complex has 76 buildings on 82 acres, including a replica of the original Frederick Miller Plank Road Brewery among many other old buildings. Make sure to walk through the Miller High Life Cruiser while you're there.

[David, 08/23/2014]

The High Life Cruiser is a replica of a 1953 customized bus that Miller would drive around the country, advertising its beer.

Brewery tours.

Miller Brewery Tour - Free Beer

Very cool place, takes a little over a hour to tour the brewery. Well worth it; stop at the gift store. Just around the corner is the Harley Davidson Plant.

[Mari, 03/29/2011]
Miller Brewery Tour - Beer Caves

Tour of the actual brewery, the home of all the products, how they begin, right until they're ready to ship them out. I have never seen that much beer in one room in my entire life! And even better, those millions of cases are shipped out by the next morning. The tour guides are more than happy to take questions and are very entertaining. The free tour includes a video about Miller, tour of the facilities, and a look at the caves where the beer was stored before refrigeration. Not to mention three free samples of Miller products after the tour. Don't forget the extra tour to see the actual fermation process after the free samples!

[Jim G., 01/30/2005]

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