The contours of history are shaped by retellings, and over time, we begin to believe them. We have repeated the story of American craft brewing so many times it’s almost a mantra: “Fritz Maytag bought ailing Anchor Brewing in 1965 … Jack McAuliffe founded New Albion in 1976 … ” Beware single-origin histories, though—there’s always... View Article
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Full Pints - Pull Up A Stool Pabst Brewing, Asia July 1, 2010 - Julie Johnson
How did you become involved with the Lhasa Beer project in Tibet? When I was at Portland Brewing, one of the things we offered was consulting for other breweries. The Lhasa people came to me and said they were interested in brewing a beer in Tibet. I liked what they had to say. That was... View Article
Full Pints - History - Learn Beer Leading the Charge for Urban Renewal May 1, 2003 - Greg Kitsock
America is dotted with the corpses of old breweries. You might have passed them while driving through some forgotten inner-city neighborhood: brick-and-mortar behemoths, four to five stories high, sometimes with gaps in the wall where copper brewkettles and other objects of value were extracted.