After the repeal of national prohibition in 1933, only 756 of the nation’s estimated 1,900 pre-prohibition breweries resumed operations. WWII and its aftermath had a further effect on their numbers, with the largest American (and world) brewers buying out smaller breweries.
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Beer Enthusiast - Full Pints March 1, 2009 - Fred Eckhardt
Book Reviews - Full Pints - Learn Beer September 1, 2007 - Carl Miller
American philosopher Mortimer J. Adler once wrote, “In the case of good books, the point is not how many of them you can get through, but rather how many can get through to you.” Of course, Adler’s observation is no less profound for the knowledge-seeking beer drinker than for anyone else. Virtually every micro-aspect of... View Article
Book Reviews - Full Pints
Microbrewed Adventures: A Lupulin Filled Journey to the Heart and Flavor of the World’s Great Craft BeersNovember 1, 2005 - K. Florian Klemp
The microbrew revolution has been fueled by many, but the core conclave of original zymurgists were few in number. They were essentially a group of visionaries and tinkerers who shared a common love for great beer.
Beer Enthusiast - Full Pints January 1, 2005 - Fred Eckhardt
The t-shirt showed my face on the King of Hops. You’ve never heard of the hop suit? This was a playing card, one of two such paraded on the front of these t-shirts. The other card? Ace of the Dixie Cup suit. King-ace: twenty-one. It was the Dixie Cup’s twenty-first birthday, another flagrant example of... View Article
Full Pints - Homebrewing Features Fermenting Revolution Over Three Decades September 1, 2001 - Stan Hieronymus
The American homebrewing community rallied with its usual passion last year when a devastating fire that leveled 400 homes in Los Alamos, NM, forced all 18,000 residents to be evacuated and the Los Alamos National Laboratory to be closed for two weeks. As news spread that three members of the local homebrew club, the Atom... View Article