This Gorgeous 128 Year Old Bank Is Now Home To Wisconsin’s Newest Micro Brewery
If you’ve only ever gone to East Troy to see a concert at Alpine Valley, you’re missing out on a quaint small town full of historic buildings and local businesses. The city has undergone some major revitalization in recent years and you’d hardly recognize it. The downtown square is almost always full of folks these days in large part because of the addition of East Troy Brewery. Housed in a historic bank building dating back to 1892 and owned by a couple who are well-entrenched in the community, this new brewpub is a must-try destination for anyone in Southeastern Wisconsin.
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