The Milan Museum will celebrate the town's brewing heritage with its third annual Brew-Haha beer tasting Sept. 17. The brewery sponsors include Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant in Columbus and Put-in-Bay Brewing Co. There also will be a variety of other craft beers available and food provided by Angry Bull Steak House. Milan -- located west of Cleveland and south of Sandusky -- is best known as the birthplace of Thomas Edison, but the community also has a strong brewing past. It was home to the Joseph Herb Brewing Co. and then the Milan Brewing Co., which produced Milan Pure Beer from the 1850s and until Prohibition killed the brewery. The company converted to a mushroom plant and the building now houses the Growers Chemical Corp. The event is from 2 to 5 p.m. on the Milan Museum lawn. Tickets are $10 for non-museum members and included tokens for four tastings, a five-ounce souvenir glass and food. Additional beer tokens can be purchased for $2. People also can receive unlimited refills with the purchase of a $20 Milan Brewing mug. Raffle tickets will be sold throughout the day for limited edition reproductions of Milan Brewing memorabilia and merchandise. For more details, click here.