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OUR FAVORITE! More than a half-century after its first release in 1962, Brewed In America remains, in our opinion, the most comprehensive historical study of beer in the United States yet published. Author and historian Stanley Wade Baron traveled the country trolling countless archives and scouring well-buried resources to uncover beer's colorful American history. It was Baron who first fully illuminated the ubiquitous role that beer played in the development of the nation. Read more.
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The Pabst Brewing Company: History of an American Business
The Pabst Brewing Company: History of an American BusinessIn 1948, Thomas Childs Cochran, Professor of History at New York University, completed what is perhaps the most in-depth historical study of an American brewery ever undertaken. The result was The Pabst Brewing Company: The History of an American Business. During the book's preparation, the author was granted full access to the Pabst corporate archives, nearly all of which has since been lost or destroyed. Without Cochran's work, much of the Pabst story might have remained forever untold. Our Price: $20.97 (You save $13.98!) Read more / Order.

Beer From the Expert's Viewpoint
Beer From the Expert's ViewpointWith the repeal of National Prohibition in 1933, the Wahl Institute in Chicago sprang to life. Chemist Robert Wahl, along with son Arnold Spencer Wahl, resumed the in-depth study of brewing science for which the Institute had become famous before Prohibition. In 1937, the Wahls published this book, designed to educate a new generation of American brewmasters. The Wahls believed that history was critical to a full understanding of beer. So, the topics of modern brewing are presented within a strong historical context. Intermingled with those discussions are many of the elder Wahl's personal recollections of the pre-Prohibition heyday of brewing -- giving a rare first-person account of the history of American beer styles, ingredients, brewing methods, and more. Our Price: $24.45 (You save $10.50!) Read more / Order.

Curiosities of Ale & Beer: An Entertaining History
Curiosities of Ale & Beer: An Entertaining HistoryWhen author John Bickerdyke first began researching what he called "the antiquities of ale and beer," he was shocked to find that no comprehensive volume had ever been written on the subject. In 1889, Bickerdyke corrected that injustice with publication of this book. In the words of the author himself, his tome was responsible for "the bringing to light of many curious facts, so far as I am aware, never before noticed" about the role of ale and beer in the history of mankind. Starting in ancient Egypt, the book traces the evolution of beer and brewing up through the late 1800s. Our Price: $24.45 (You save $10.50!) Read more / Order.

Schlitz: Brewing Art
Schlitz: Brewing ArtWelcome to "Schlitz Brewing Art," a singular photographic and auditory tour of the long-abandoned laboratories and brew houses which produced The Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous. You are invited in by Peter T. Uihlein's introduction as he expresses his fond recollections of the Schlitz Brewery's daily industriousness from decades past. Listen to stories retold by former Schlitz employees along with music inspired by the photography on the enclosed CD. Our Price: $38.79 (You save $9.20!) Read more / Order.

For The Love of Hops: The Practical Guide to Aroma, Bitterness and the Culture of Hops
For The Love of Hops: The Practical Guide to Aroma, Bitterness and the Culture of HopsStan Hieronymus applies his extensive research to explain the nature of hops, their origins and how brewers maximize their positive attributes throughout the brewing process. For the Love of Hops covers the basics of hop chemistry, then examines the important role farmers play and how brewers can best choose the hops they need. It includes fundamental information about and descriptions of more than 100 hop varieties, along with 16 recipes from around the world, including from top U.S. craft brewers. Our Price: $13.48 (You save $6.47!) Read more / Order.

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Step into the beer culture of a past era with this fun video. Contains over 100 beer commercials from the 1950s and 60s. Perfect for parties and beer tastings! Read more / Order.

Origin & History of Beer & Brewing
Origin & History of Beer & Brewing
In 1911, John P. Arnold set out to fill a void that existed in brewing literature. The result was Origin and History of Beer and Brewing — a global study of beer throughout history that has remained a cornerstone work for nearly a century. Read more...

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