Austin Beer: Capital City History on Tap
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Austin might be known for its live music, but its beer scene is just as vibrant and historic. As early as 1860, German immigrant Johann Schneider started brewing beer out of a saloon on Congress Avenue, later crafting innovative brew vaults, the first of their kind in the city. Proving that Austin taste buds were thirsty for something more dynamic than a Lonestar, the end of the twentieth century and beginning of the twenty-first saw a huge boom in craft beer production by native Austinites and transplants alike, creating a culture of local beer advocates, homebrewing enthusiasts and innovators that could only come out of Austin. Join the ladies behind hilarious and informative beer blog BitchBeer.org as they explore Austin beer history, developments and culture--complete with read-along drinking games and local beer pairings.
The History Press
: 9781626190948
: The History Press
: 09/03/2013
: Texas
: American Palate
: 109 Color sigs / inserts
: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
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Bitch Beer (Caroline Wallace, Sarah Wood, Wendy Cawthon, Shaun Martin, Ari Auber, Katherine McCullough and Holly Aker) is an Austin beer-centric blog in the Austin Food Blogger Alliance. It has been named a Top 10 Austin Food Blog by the Austin Chronicle and featured in the Austin Post, Scrumptious Chef and Porch Drinking among others. Debbie Cerda is the founder of the Austin Women's Beer League, a member of the Austin Zealots, a member of the American Homebrewers Association Governing Committee and past director of Black Star Co-Op Brewpub.
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