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Wed July 9, 2014
Coffeehouse Aimed at Veterans, Fosters Sense of Community
Back in 2010, a coffee shop opened near the corner of Brady Street and Humboldt Avenue, a shop that remains unique even amid the city’s blossoming coffee scene.
Dryhootch is more than a place to grab a cup of coffee – it’s a center in which veterans can relax and socialize with other veterans – and also reach out for peer-to-peer assistance with issues that face many, such as PTSD and addiction problems.
Howie Magner updates the story of Dryhootch in the July issue of Milwaukee Magazine.