Neville Public Museum beer exhibit opens Saturday

The Agriculture to Tavern Culture exhibit opens at the Neville Public Museum in Green Bay on Saturday. (WLUK)
The Agriculture to Tavern Culture exhibit opens at the Neville Public Museum in Green Bay on Saturday. (WLUK)

Correction: FOX 11 previously reported that the exhibit is free. According to the Neville, it is only free to dad’s on Father’s Day.

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GREEN BAY – The Neville Public Museum is tapping into another one of Wisconsin’s biggest staples…beer

The “Agriculture to Tavern Culture” exhibit looks into the state’s history with breweries, as well as the science of beer.

It features historic beer-related images and artifacts.

The exhibit also showcases local distilleries and breweries that are unique to Wisconsin.

“So you’ll walk through and you’ll kind of get a sense of how beer is made ultimately, the art history and science is kind of the overarching theme, but taking it from the earth and turning it into some liquid concoction,” said Kevin Cullen, Neville Public Museum.

The exhibit is free to dad’s on Father’s Day, but regular admission will be charged to everyone else touring the Neville. It opens this Saturday and runs through October.

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