(Press Release) MILWAUKEE, WIS.— WHAT: Preview of Brew City MKE: Craft, Culture, Community, the 2016 major exhibition at the Milwaukee County Historical Society. The exhibition can be previewed at this time with photography or filming permitted. Interviews/previews can also be scheduled for other times, if needed. WHEN: Friday, January 8th from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. WHERE: Milwaukee County Historical Society, 910 N. Old World... View Article
Tag: beer history
News January 7, 2016 - Staff
History August 4, 2015 - Julie Johnson
In our March 2015 issue, we chronicled All About Beer Magazine‘s 35-year history in an article entitled, “35 Years Devoted to the Curious Drinker.” Pictured below are the magazine covers and captions that ran alongside that article.
Beer Enthusiast - Full Pints January 1, 2007 - Fred Eckhardt
In 1964, I moved from Seattle to Portland to try my hand as a photographer in business there with a friend. I had long been a student of photography and it seemed like a good opportunity to change careers at that time: after all, I could always go back to swim pool management and teaching... View Article
Book Reviews - Full Pints November 1, 2006 - Carl Miller
Many common beliefs about the character and evolution of American beer are flat out wrong. So says historian Maureen Ogle, who unfolds a masterfully convincing case in her new book, Ambitious Brew: The Story of American Beer. The title makes a big promise. After all, the history of beer in the U.S. is broad, complex... View Article
Book Reviews - Full Pints September 1, 2005 - Julie Johnson Bradford
Martyn Cornell’s engaging and serious book, Beer: The Story of the Pint, set me to wondering about this universally popular beverage and the cohort of people—neither producers of beer, nor solely consumers of beer—who want to study, write about, and read about the stuff.
Book Reviews - Full Pints May 1, 2005 - Martin Wooster
Pete Brown is the first Gen X British writer to be published in the United States. His first book is a history of beer in Britain as well as a provocative analysis of the reasons why makers of good British beer are seeing their market share decline.