Recipe Revival: Early American Brewing Survives at Museums

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  1. BeerAdvocate

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  2. AZBeerDude72

    AZBeerDude72 Poo-Bah (2,095) Jun 10, 2016 Arizona
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    Really cool story, I never heard of anyone doing this so it was cool to read about, cheers.
     
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    Coronaeus Meyvn (1,071) Apr 21, 2014 Canada
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    Nice to see the inclusion of Black Creek in here. It is a fun visit and the beers are often interesting.
     
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  4. Troutbeerbum

    Troutbeerbum Initiate (187) Dec 5, 2016 Maine

    Good stuff. I'd like to get some of that 14% Porter....
     
  5. eberesford

    eberesford Champion (804) Apr 1, 2017 Canada

    The Brewer for a day program at Black Creek is particularly successful and has inspired a range of hands on artisanal experience programs at Museums elsewhere.
     
  6. stingo

    stingo Aspirant (275) Jun 29, 2002 Pennsylvania

    I LOVE historical food and drink. Yards and Dogfish Head are favorites for that reason (among others of course). Nice to see there's attention being paid to the old ways.
     
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