Publisher: Will Anderson, 1976.
Soft Cover, 160 pages, 11 x 8.5.
Without question, this is Will's most sought-after book -- and the hardest to find. Copies surface only occasionally, and beer enthusiasts usually scramble to get it. Its the complete story of Brooklyn's brewery history, with hundreds of great old photographs, stories and breweriana. The foreword was written by Rudolph J. Schaefer, one-time head of Brooklyn's venerable old F & M Schaefer Brewing Company.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Foreword by R.J. Schaefer
An Overview of Brooklyn Brewing
Budweiser Brewing Co. (including Nassau)
Claus-Lipsius Brewing Co.
Congress Brewing Co. / Williamsburgh Brewing Co.
Consumers Brewing Co. of Brooklyn
Consumers Park Brewing Co.
Diogenes Brewing Co.
Peter Doelger Brewing Co.
Eastern Brewing Co.
Edelbrew Brewery / Otto Huber Brewery
Elm Brewing Co. / Conrad Eurich Brewery
Empire City Brewing Co.
Joseph Eppig Brewing Co.
Excelsior Brewing Co. / Kings Brewery
Joseph Fallert Brewing Co.
Federal Brewing Co. / Long Island Brewery
Frese & Urff Brewing Co.
Golden Horn Brewing Co.
Howard & Fuller
Frank Ibert Brewing Co.
India Wharf Brewing Co.
John Kissel & Son Brewery
George Malcolm's Wallabout Brewery
Meltzer Brothers Brewery
Leonhard Michel Brewery
North American Brewing Co.
Obermeyer & Liebmann, Havana Brewery
Old Dutch Brewing Co.
Piel Brothers Brewery
Prospect Park Brewing Co.
S. Liebmann's Sons / Rheingold Breweries, Inc.
F. & M. Schaefer Brewing Co.
Leonard Eppig Brewery / George Ehret Brewery
N. Seitz's Son Brewery
John F. Trommer Evergreen Brewery
Welz & Zerweck Brewery
Tribute to Two Beer Drinking Spots: Coney Island and Ebbets Field