The Birth Of The Craft Brew Revolution

Author: Ben Novak
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781484076262
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As fresh and accessible now as then, this collection will especially delight those reflexively anti-drink, the student who loves its effects but is dumb to its essence, historians and lovers of Central Pennsylvania's Nittany Valley, and all ...

The Craft Beer Revolution

Author: Steve Hindy
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 113743788X
Size: 12.92 MB
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“The craft beer revolution, the most exciting development in the beer industry
since the birth of lager beer in the nineteenth century, now has its chronicler.
steve Hindy tells the story as only a skilled journalist and an important player in
the revolution could tell it. for decades going forward, this will be an important
book for those who want to understand this transformative business story.” —
Daniel Bradford, Publisher, All About Beer Magazine “steve Hindy brings a war-
tested reporter's ...

Brewing Revolution

Author: Frank Appleton
Publisher: Harbour Publishing
ISBN: 1550177834
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The inspiring story behind today’s craft beer revolution is the subject of this lively memoir by Frank Appleton, the English-trained brewmaster who is considered by many to be the father of Canada’s craft-brewing movement.

Craft Beer Revolution

Author: Joe Wiebe
Publisher: D & M Publishers
ISBN: 1771620633
Size: 77.82 MB
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CAPITAL. CRAFT. BREWING IN B.C. dates back to 1858, the year of British
Columbia's birth, when William Steinberger opened Victoria Brewing on the
shores of Swan Lake, just north of Victoria. The German immigrant had come to
North America in search of gold, but he saw a business opportunity when he
realized the burgeoning new capital of B.C. had no breweries of its own. A similar
opportunity was seized by Paul Hadfield, John Mitchell and their business
partners back in 1984 ...

The Audacity Of Hops

Author: Tom Acitelli
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
ISBN: 1613743963
Size: 27.42 MB
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This book not only tells the stories of the major figures and businesses within the movement, but it also ties in the movement with larger American culinary developments.

The Mccashin S Story

Author: McCashin ((Family :)
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781775534648
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This is the story of a revolution - a very Kiwi kind of revolution, involving more beer than blood, although there was also plenty of sweat and tears.

The Brewers Association S Guide To Starting Your Own Brewery

Author: Ray Daniels
Publisher:
ISBN:
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A brewpub is a restaurant or tavern which produces its own beer. A production
craft brewery is a small brewery that sells beer in bottles or kegs to other retailers.
Today these small breweries are proliferating rapidly, but they are a relatively
new phenomenon which can be considered revolutionary. The craft brewing
revolution began in 1977 with the birth of the New Albion Brewing company in
Sonoma, California. The primary characteristics, which distinguished New Albion
and other ...

The Geography Of Beer

Author: Mark W. Patterson
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9400777876
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The Brewers Association (2012) found 2,403 craft breweries operating
nationwide in 2012, the highest number since the 1880s. ... Brewing remains an
important industry to the state of Wisconsin, though now more as an attraction for
“beer tourists” who come to sample the state's many craft breweries, as a
customer for local agriculture, and to fulfill the continued strong demand for
quality ... References Acitelli T (2013) The audacity of hops: the history of
America's craft brew revolution.