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The Beer Line Trail

Urban Bike Trail

Oct. 20, 2010
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In Riverwest the abandoned railroad right-of-way that traverses the bluffs on the western banks of the Milwaukee River has long been used by locals and their dogs for quiet, solitary strolls through a forest of ash and cottonwood trees. Once a vital railroad corridor used by the Blatz, Pabst and Schlitz breweries for the delivery of beer, the recently paved asphalt trail is seeing new life as a small but integral vein in Milwaukee’s growing vasculature of routes for non-motorized travel.

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