The "High Life" of Milwaukee's Frederick Miller
Magic of brewer's art led Frederick Miller to Menomonee Valley and fame
In the 1930s, the Milwaukee Sentinel published a series of colorful articles on prominent brewers and breweries entitled "When Milwauke Meant 'Beer' to the Whole World." This installment looks at the life of Frederick Miller, founder of the Frederick Miller Brewing Company, from its origins in 1855 through prohibition. The author even describes the development of the Miller "High Life Girl."
Industrialization and Urbanization|
Brewing and Prohibition
|Creator: ||Mickelsen, Gunnar
|Pub Data: ||Milwaukee Sentinel. 24 January 1932.
|Citation: ||Mickelsen, Gunnar. "Magic of brewer's art led Frederick Miller to Menomonee Valley and fame." Milwaukee Sentinel (24 January 1932).
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