THE BEER CAN HOUSE IS OPEN AGAIN IN HOUSTON!


HERE’S SOMETHING FOR YOU TO DO THIS WEEKEND!

The Beer Can House is now open to the public. Previously, we could only drive by and peep at this legendary home. After all, who can resist sneaking a peek at a home that has been adorned with over 50,000 beer cans, along with marbles, tiles, concrete, pull tabs and bottle tops. Now, there’s no more sneaking around, you can drop by any Saturday or Sunday, beginning March 8th, from noon until 5 p.m. and have an up close “look-see”. Or, you can make a special appointment, either way, there will be guides on hand to answer your questions and even give you a tour. If you’re nice, you may even get a cold beer, after all, this house is an homage to all beers. John Milkovisch, a retired upholsterer for the Southern Pacific Railroad, started his project now known as the Beer Can House in 1968. Go take a peek at one of Houston’s odd treasures!

The Beer Can House
222 Malone St. (between Venice and Lacy)