You can argue about the exact start of the craft brewing movement. Some will say it was the day in 1965 when Fritz Maytag acquired the Anchor Brewery in San Francisco. Many claim it was 1977, when Jack McAuliffe established America’s first modern microbrewery, New Albion Brewery in California’s Sonoma County. Others believe it has... View Article
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Full Pints - People Features January 1, 2011 - Rick Lyke
Full Pints - Styles Features New Brewers and Old Oak January 1, 2010 - Julie Johnson
In 1994, Chicagoans were treated to an extraordinary beer created to celebrate the 1,000th batch brewed at the Goose Island brewpub: Bourbon County Stout, an intense, black stout that brewer Greg Hall had aged in oak barrels fresh from the Jim Beam bourbon distillery.
Beer Talk May 1, 2005 -
Duck-Rabbit Craft Brewery Farmville, NC Available: NC The logo for this “dark ale specialist” brewery is borrowed from a philosophical text by Wittgenstein, to recall the brewer’s background as a philosophy teacher. The image appears to be either a silhouette of a duck’s head or a rabbit’s head, depending on the viewer’s perspective. Alcohol (wt.):... View Article