Crack A Cold One! HuffPost’s Listen To America Tour Stops In Milwaukee

Jenna Amatulli

Week four of our Listen To America road trip ended in Milwaukee.

Wisconsin might be known for its cheese, but Milwaukee is certainly not cheesy. The largest city in the state, Milwaukee has an incredibly rich beer culture with many breweries pouring out countless craft beers for every palate. It was even once home to four of the world’s largest breweries: Blatz, Miller, Pabst and Schlitz.

If you’re not looking to wet your whistle, you can take in the world’s only Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, scope out the Milwaukee Public Market or visit the Milwaukee Art Museum. There’s also the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, the nation’s largest Native American casino.

We popped past the Milwaukee Film Festival at the Oriental Theatre, waved at the statue of Fonzie from “Happy Days” down on the RiverWalk, and spent some time at Walnut Way Conservation Corp. Take a look here:

People check out the Listen To America tents.

Emily Neinfeldt signs up to be interviewed.

Emily Neinfeldt and Katie Scheidt prepare to be interviewed.

People gather at the Listen To America tents.

Jo Confino talks to people driving by about the Listen To America tour during HuffPost's visit to Milwaukee.

Merquides Velez Sr. signs up to be interviewed.

Edward Carlson speaks to Alanna Vagianos about all the places he has traveled over the years.

Alana Griffith of the Milwaukee Ballet shows off her dance moves.

Interviews are conducted on the bus during HuffPost's visit to Milwaukee.

Isabella Carapella and Kate Palmer sign up people outside the Oriental Theatre to be interviewed.

A vegetable garden planted by the Walnut Way Conservation Corp. in Milwaukee.

Vikki Porter hugs Bobby Drake before he signs up to be interviewed.

A spider weaves its web on a lightpost outside the Oriental Theatre.

The numbers 414, Milwaukee's area code, are painted on the pavement of the Black Cat Alley behind the Oriental Theatre.

Theatergoers line the street for the Milwaukee Film Festival at the Oriental Theatre.

A bridge is reflected in the Milwaukee River, which runs through the city's downtown.

The HuffPost tour bus sits on North Plankinton Avenue in Milwaukee.

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