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Raimon Cooper Aug 1
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Andreas Krennmair Feb 27
I finally found conclusive proof that the Dreher breweries used Saaz hops in the 19th century (source is from 1875), grown in Micholup/Měcholupy in Bohemia. Annual harvest was 300 Zentner.
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Will Longmate Jun 6
Learned something interesting about this hop today. It was originally bred in 1934 for Scottish & Newcastle breweries hence the "Northern" part of the name
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Mark Briggs Aug 30
Happy retirement today Brian Yorston . This was the view from the top of the iconic tower at the former . Brian kindly gave me a tour of the old brewery before it is demolished.
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Andreas Krennmair 16 Feb 19
Thread: I'm currently doing some research around the history of Vienna lager, and I was looking into this whole narrative of Santiago Graf being the first lager brewing in Mexico and producing a darker version of Vienna lager by adding roasted malt.
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Mae Smith Mar 28
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Fal Allen Dec 21
In 1995 started the process of building a new production brewery. We were very to have found and save this brewhaus. It’s a bit of brewing history and a pleasure to make beer with.
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Edd Mather Oct 27
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Valeska M Hilbig Oct 7
I may be biased but I thought this was a great conversation... Cheers, 🍻
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Jadid Coffee Oct 25
One of crucial processes behind the scene. . . . Come visit us! Jadid Coffee Jl. Pajajaran No.04
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Jadid Coffee Nov 2
HORAS ! Good News, COMING SOON. Next Step, Next Point. . . . Come visit us! Jadid Coffee Medan Jl. Prof. H. M. Yamin No. 208
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Jadid Coffee Oct 27
Life is like coffee, the darker it gets, the more it energizes. . . . Come visit us! Jadid Coffee Jl. Pajajaran No.04
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@DaytonBeer Aug 19
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ShortCircuitedBrewer Feb 15
Hard to believe I've been brewing for over 10 years!! This day in history... Sipping on a holiday spiced ale!
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EMKE Aug 26
The growth of ’s malting industry followed on the heels of its . became the nation’s largest producer of malt by the 1950s. Find out more in ’s new entry authored by !
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Dr. Ashley Rose Young Oct 23
Did I mention that the refreshed exhibition includes a brand new display featuring 's research on American brewing history? Raise a glass and click link below to hear more! 🍻
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@DaytonBeer Aug 17
DYK Miamisburg had its own breweries long before the craft beer movement? Join me for some "History and a Pint" at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 23, at
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Gary Gillman 8 Feb 19
1890 data reported in Canada on various forms of Chevalier barley (sowing to harvest dates, yields in different soils) plus statement of Carling's brewer on yields in gallons of ale vs. 6-row barley.
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Jeremy Hopkin Jul 26
Replying to @jeremy_hopkin
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Jack Freeman Dec 25
Raising a Christmas Toast! 😎👍🍺 @ Mount Hope Cemetery (Boston, Massachusetts)
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