If you can pronounce the name, they'll serve you.

From Beerhistory.com:

For anyone accustomed to highly organized metropolitan Milwaukee, the thirteenth largest city in the nation, it is difficult to imagine the rugged conditions existing when the A. Gettelman Brewing Company was in its early formative stages.

Oh I can imagine. That's why there were so many breweries. America needed a constant flow of mild intoxicants.