About Milwaukee

*mode of transport- rental car (enterprise)*Places visited- Miller brewery tour, Harley Davidson museum*Food- Ihop, Papa John's pizzaThis day we decided to explore the place nearest to my cousin's place at Brookfield. Hola Milwaukee.First thing to do is get on a Miller brewery tour. Why? You ask me.. first-it's absolutely free, second-you get to tour the whole facility seeing the making of your favourite drink in action, third- you get tu taste three different beers at the end of it. That's equivalent to free beers! But funny things aside it actually feels awesome to be inside the gargantuan facility and see the whole process and simply be amazed at the quantities of beers is churns out in a day. The tour starts with a short introductory film showcasing the history of Frederick Miller and his beer as it went from Miller to Miller-Coors, all narrated by the lady on the moon. Then comes the actual walking tour where they take you through the various sections of the factory and explain the process of making beer and its storage facilities. Last comes the visit to the historic Miller caves as the climax of the tour followed by the beer tasting in their restaurant. Miller lite, Summer shandy and pale ale were the free samples of the day! All in all takes an hour to complete. Apart from this tour there are other breweries in Milwaukee where you can do similar tours but alas they are all paid ones. Notable ones are the lakefront brewery, Milwaukee brewing co, City lights brewing co etc. But trust me there are lot more. After all Milwaukee is the city beer built!Next stop was the Harley Davidson museum, the Mecca for bikers! Opt for the general admission for 20 USD, or go for an audio tour costing an extra 4 USD above the general admission, or if you are an active H.O.G (Harley owners group) member then you are in for free! The museum takes about an hour to one and half hours to cover. Immerse yourself into the world of Harley davidson and see it's evolution through the ages as just another bicycle, to 'THE BIKE'. there's plenty of bike candy for your eyes including one completed dissected bike and a vast display of bike tanks. Also spend the last bit of your time clicking photos on the ten or so odd bikes displayed for this sole purpose.That concluded our visiting part of US. Following this we treated ourselves to a hefty lunch at ihop- home of the pancakes and omlettes. Peach pancakes, new york cheesecake pancakes, steak omlette and unlimited iced tea refills was too much in itself for me to take on. But I did finish it. Must visit chain in US for a hearty meal.We returned back and on a closing note visited Walmart to shop for all the chocolates we had to take back and some really yummy spreads and other random stuff. Of course Walmart is where you'll find the cheapest stuff. And super centers are open 24 hours. Bonus!Dinner was takeout from Papa John's pizza and I still had to finish the previous day's deep dish pizza. Topped with a healthy dosage of red wine!*Miller brewery tour- free*Harley Davidson museum- 20 USD per head#milwaukee , #millerbeer , #millercoors , #millerbrewery , #millerbrewerytour , #lakefrontbrewery , #harleydavidson , #harleydavidsonmusuem , #ihop , #walmart

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