May 31, 2020
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Lewis Brosemer is born in Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Brosemer marries Miss Anna Maria Hofman
Brosemer moves to Oswego, working at the Alexander Brewery 2 miles South of the city
In 1855 he buys the Alexander Brewery he renames it Old Brewery
A second brewery, contructed on West First Street, between Murray and Ellen Streets is constructed
Lewis Brosemer dies after a long illness, he passed with family present in his home at East Seventh Street
Brosemer is one of the founders of St. Peter's Church, located at 83 E Albany St. He served on its board of trustees until his death
Upon his death Brosemer's sons Frank L. and John F. take over the business. In 1895 they incorporate the company naming it the L. Brosemer Brewing Co. in their father's honor
Prohibition begins, signaling the end of the Brosemer Brewery along with countless others across the country
The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2010.
The former brewery is fully renovated, becoming a loft apartment building. The project cost a total of $6.9 million. It is now known as Seaway Lofts.
Lewis Brosemer comes to America with his parents, settling in Lewis County. He lives there for 5 years.
Brosemer learned the trade of brewing at the Gulf Brewery, in Utica New York
The former Brosemer Brewery is used for various manufacturing and warhousing companies. Later sitting vacant, for a number of years.
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