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U posljednje vrijeme lokalna pivovara u New Orleansu, NOLA Pivovarstvo, bili su na lijepom nizu sa svojim sezonskim pivima.

Imali smo uragan Saison (koji mi nije bio jedan od najdražih, ali se dobro snašao na tržištu) i Irski kanal Stout, koji je primio 4,5 Bude od mene ovdje na ovom blogu. Tada sam rekao da osjećam da bi Irski kanal Stout mogao biti jedno od njihovih najboljih piva uz Hopitoulas, ali pretpostavljam da se mišljenja mijenjaju. Pogotovo kad neprestano nadograđuju vlastite napitke.

Nedavno sam imao sreću navratiti u pivovaru i isprobati njihovu najnoviju kreaciju, Flambeau Red. Ovo crveno pivo dobilo je ime po muškarcima koji nose velike baklje na stupovima koji osvjetljavaju put plovcima i noćnim paradama tijekom Mardi Grasa. To je izvorno učinjeno prije nego što smo imali električna ulična svjetla, ali to je tradicija koja se nastavlja i danas. Ako pažljivo pogledate tu oznaku, vidjet ćete maskiranog tipa s bakljom.

Što je s crvenim pivom? Jednom riječju: Wow. Mislim da se NOLA još jednom pokazala moćnom u Luizijani. Imam osjećaj da će mi ovo biti najdraže pivo i bit ću uzrujana što je to samo sezonsko. U svakom slučaju, na pregled:

Pivovara: NOLA Pivovarstvo

Pivo: Flambeau Crvena

ABV: Aotprilike 5 posto

Louisiana Dostupnost: Da; sezonski. Objavit će se krajem veljače, početkom ožujka.

Raspon cijena: Još nije na tržištu.

Izgled: Ogromna glava crvenkastosmeđe boje. Boja je bila duboke žuto-žute boje.

Miris: Prekrasno hmeljasto (agrumi i bor) s primjesama karamele i iriza.

Ukus: Imao je lijepu slatkoću od karamele s izvrsno uravnoteženom srećom. I kakva nevjerojatna ravnoteža. Hmelj je bio malo namotan, ali ne previše. Izvrsno je jer vas slatka sladost dočekuje sprijeda, a zatim vas u srednjem nepcu dočeka ta prekrasna sreća.

Osjećaj usta: Srednje tijelo sa srednjom karbonizacijom.

Sveukupno: Usuđujem li se reći da mislim da će ovo biti jedno od najboljih piva tvrtke NOLA? Da, reći ću. Spremite se u New Orleans, jer mislim da NOLA ima još jednog pobjednika u svojim rukama.

Postići: 4,5 od 5 Buda

Kliknite ovdje za više informacija o The Beer Buddha.


Gdje su nestale sve pivovare?

U početku je to bila pivovara Red Lion u Nieuw Amsterdamu 1660. godine, na kraju je bila posljednja smeđa boca Schaefera pakirana za otpremu iz zatvorene pivovare u Williamsburgu 30. ožujka 1976. godine.

Između toga postojala je Ziuu -godišnja tradicija izrade piva u New Yorku, većinom u Brooklynu - rođena Breukelen - sjećanja na koja se i dalje zadržavaju poput mirisa hmelja u praznim bačvama za kuhanje u ulici Kent.

Nekada je u New Yorku bilo 121 pivovara prije zabrane, bilo ih je 70, a čak i nakon ukidanja bilo ih je 23. Danas ih nema.

Schaefer je zadnji otišao, a sada svoje pivo pravi u dva ogromna čelična kotlića u dolini Lehigh u Pennsylvaniji i#x27s. Prije nego što je Schaefer otišao u Rheingold, nakon niza općinskih napada i pokretanja koji su privremeno spasili pivovaru za grad, a prije toga otišli su Piel 's i Schlitz. Sada grad koji je nekad birao godišnju Miss Rheingold, u kojem su Bert i Harry Piel bili kultni heroji, i u kojem je ljubitelj bejzbola po imenu Jake Ruppert nekoć u vlasništvu tima pod imenom Yankees, svoje pivo kupuje izvan države.

Ali nije uvijek bilo tako. Iako većina povjesničara datira uspon piva u New Yorku dolasku njemačkih imigranata početkom 19. stoljeća, grad je bio grad koji je pivao pivo i mnogo prije toga.

Pivovara Red Lion radila je 1660. godine u Nieuw Amsterdamu, a stari zapisi podupiru mišljenje da se Nizozemcima svidjelo pivo koje su napravili i da su ga pili u gostionicama i konobama u koloniji. Nizozemci su ustupili mjesto Britancima, koji su se od piva na bazi melase odvojili do pića i piva te portira kakve su napravili u Engleskoj.

Među tim je pivarima u predrevolucionarno doba bio i Israel Horsfield Jr., koji se smatra prvim poznatim pivarom u Brooklynu. Pivo je počeo kuhati u Breukelenu jer je voda tamo bila repa. Izraelski brat James jedno je vrijeme bio s njim, a zatim je otišao s Jamesom Leadbetterom kako bi započeo još jednu pivovaru koja je proizvodila "englesko pivo, stolno, brodsko i smrekovo pivo", prema Henryju R. Stilesu "Povijest grad Brooklyn ”, objavljen 1870. godine.

Još jedan brat iz Horssfielda, William, također je postao pivar. I pivovare u Brooklynu su se počele umnožavati - imena poput Johnsona, Bedforda, Boulevarda, Kongresa, Nassaua, New Yorka i Brooklyna, Istočne, Elmove, Sjevernoameričke, Excelsiorove, Metropolitanske i Williamsburške.

Tek kada je Croton Aqueduct počeo donositi svježu vodu u New York 1840. i#x27. I 1850. . George Gillig izgradio je pivovaru, a isto je učinila i šačica drugih - Eichler, Huppel, Von Hink, Loewers, J & amp M Haffen, Koster i Bial. No većina je ostala u Brooklynu.

Pivovara Samuel Liebman 's, osnovana 1855. godine, postala je Rheingold. S njim je postojala i J.P. Schoenwald, pivovara Diogenes, Frank i Montauk. Postojao je Trommers, koji je pravio pivo u Brooklynu, ali ga je subotom prodavao u zaleđenim posudama maloprodajnim trgovinama, te u svom Atlantskom vrtu na Boweryju, pivskom vrtu u kojem je sjedilo 1.000 ljudi, prodavali su čaše od nikla i tešku njemačku hranu.

Godine 1842. F M Schaefer Brewing Company započela je s proizvodnjom piva na Manhattanu, ali se 1916. preselila u Brooklyn, gdje je ostala 60 godina.

Zabrana je ubila pivske vrtove i mnoge manje pivovare. Bootlegged domaće pivo prodavalo se u govornicama, ali bilo je jednako lako kupiti uvozna pića u Jack and Charley 's, poznatom govoru koji je trebao postati klub "21".

I New York nije bio sam. Hensler i Krueger 's i Ballantine 's pivo umrli su u Newarku, a umrli su i Fort Pitt, Duke, Silver Top, Old Shea, Dutch Club i Tube City u Pittsburghu, baš kao i Jax Beer u New Orleansu i San Antoniju, te stotine drugih manjih marki diljem zemlje. I s ukidanjem došao je početak pivskih divova, koji do danas nastavljaju gutati male, regionalne pivovare.

Danas svi pijemo Anheuser -Busch 's Budweiser. To je najveća pivovara u zemlji i prodaje najviše piva. Slijede red po prodaji Miller, Schlitz, Pabst, Coors, Olympia (koja je kupila Hamm 's i Lone Star), Heileman (koja je kupila Blatz), Stroh u Detroitu, Schaefer i Carling.

Ali nema ničega u istočnom New Yorku, gdje su njemački useljenički pivari nekad dominirali lokalnom industrijom. Niti postoji nešto u Ridgewoodu ili u Bushwicku, gdje je nekad lokalnim krajolikom dominirao dimnjak od 225 stopa koji pripada Rheingoldu, niti u Williamsburgu. A tamo gdje su nekoć stajale pivovara Abbot i Katz 's, sada se nalaze kuće i trgovine i druge svakodnevne građevine. Možeš li zamisliti?


Gdje su nestale sve pivovare?

U početku je to bila pivovara Red Lion u Nieuw Amsterdamu 1660. godine, na kraju posljednja smeđa boca Schaefera pakirana za otpremu iz zatvorene pivovare u Williamsburgu 30. ožujka 1976. godine.

Između toga postojala je Ziuu -godišnja tradicija izrade piva u New Yorku, većinom u Brooklynu - rođena Breukelen - sjećanja na koja se i dalje zadržavaju poput mirisa hmelja u praznim bačvama za kuhanje u ulici Kent.

Nekada je u New Yorku bilo 121 pivovara prije zabrane, bilo ih je 70, a čak i nakon ukidanja bilo ih je 23. Danas ih nema.

Schaefer je zadnji otišao, a sada svoje pivo pravi u dva ogromna čelična kotlića u dolini Lehigh u Pennsylvaniji i#x27s. Prije nego što je Schaefer otišao u Rheingold, nakon niza općinskih napada i pokretanja koji su privremeno spasili pivovaru za grad, a prije toga otišli su Piel 's i Schlitz. Sada grad koji je nekad birao godišnju Miss Rheingold, u kojem su Bert i Harry Piel bili kultni heroji, i u kojem je ljubitelj bejzbola po imenu Jake Ruppert nekoć u vlasništvu tima pod imenom Yankees, svoje pivo kupuje izvan države.

Ali nije uvijek bilo tako. Iako većina povjesničara datira uspon piva u New Yorku dolasku njemačkih imigranata početkom 19. stoljeća, grad je mnogo prije toga bio grad u kojem se pivo pilo.

Pivovara Red Lion radila je 1660. godine u Nieuw Amsterdamu, a stari zapisi podupiru mišljenje da se Nizozemcima svidjelo pivo koje su napravili i da su ga pili u gostionicama i konobama u koloniji. Nizozemci su ustupili mjesto Britancima, koji su se od piva na bazi melase odvojili do pića i piva te portira kakve su napravili u Engleskoj.

Među tim je pivarima u predrevolucionarno doba bio i Israel Horsfield Jr., koji se smatra prvim poznatim pivarom u Brooklynu. Pivo je počeo kuhati u Breukelenu jer je voda tamo bila repa. Izraelski brat James jedno je vrijeme bio s njim, a zatim je otišao s Jamesom Leadbetterom kako bi započeo još jednu pivovaru koja je proizvodila "englesko pivo, stolno, brodsko i smrekovo pivo", prema Henryju R. Stilesu "Povijest grad Brooklyn ”, objavljen 1870. godine.

Još jedan brat iz Horssfielda, William, također je postao pivar. I pivovare u Brooklynu počele su se umnožavati - imena poput Johnsona, Bedforda, Boulevarda, Kongresa, Nassaua, New Yorka i Brooklyna, Istočne, Elmove, Sjevernoameričke, Excelsiorove, Metropolitanske i Williamsburške.

Tek kada je Croton Aqueduct počeo donositi svježu vodu u New York 1840. i#x27. I 1850. . George Gillig izgradio je pivovaru, a isto je učinila i šačica drugih - Eichler, Huppel, Von Hink, Loewers, J & amp M Haffen, Koster i Bial. No većina je ostala u Brooklynu.

Pivovara Samuel Liebman 's, osnovana 1855. godine, postala je Rheingold. S njim je postojala i J.P. Schoenwald, pivovara Diogenes, Frank i Montauk. Postojao je Trommers, koji je pravio pivo u Brooklynu, ali ga je subotom prodavao u zaleđenim posudama maloprodajnim trgovinama, te u svom Atlantskom vrtu na Boweryju, pivskom vrtu u kojem je sjedilo 1.000 ljudi, prodavali su čaše od nikla i tešku njemačku hranu.

Godine 1842. F M Schaefer Brewing Company započela je s proizvodnjom piva na Manhattanu, ali se 1916. preselila u Brooklyn, gdje je ostala 60 godina.

Zabrana je ubila pivske vrtove i mnoge manje pivovare. Bootlegged domaće pivo prodavalo se u govornicama, ali bilo je jednako lako kupiti uvozna pića u Jack and Charley 's, poznatom govoru koji je trebao postati klub "21".

I New York nije bio sam. Hensler i Krueger 's i Ballantine 's pivo umrli su u Newarku, a umrli su i Fort Pitt, Duke, Silver Top, Old Shea, Dutch Club i Tube City u Pittsburghu, baš kao i Jax Beer u New Orleansu i San Antoniju, te stotine drugih manjih marki diljem zemlje. I s ukidanjem došao je početak pivskih divova, koji do danas nastavljaju gutati male, regionalne pivovare.

Danas svi pijemo Anheuser -Busch 's Budweiser. To je najveća pivovara u zemlji i prodaje najviše piva. Slijede red po prodaji Miller, Schlitz, Pabst, Coors, Olympia (koja je kupila Hamm 's i Lone Star), Heileman (koja je kupila Blatz), Stroh u Detroitu, Schaefer i Carling.

Ali nema ničega u istočnom New Yorku, gdje su njemački useljenički pivari nekad dominirali lokalnom industrijom. Niti postoji nešto u Ridgewoodu ili u Bushwicku, gdje je nekad lokalnim krajolikom dominirao dimnjak od 225 stopa koji pripada Rheingoldu, niti u Williamsburgu. A tamo gdje su nekoć stajale pivovara Abbot i Katz 's, sada se nalaze kuće i trgovine i druge takve svjetovne građevine. Možeš li zamisliti?


Gdje su nestale sve pivovare?

U početku je to bila pivovara Red Lion u Nieuw Amsterdamu 1660. godine, na kraju je bila posljednja smeđa boca Schaefera pakirana za otpremu iz zatvorene pivovare u Williamsburgu 30. ožujka 1976. godine.

Između toga postojala je Ziuu -godišnja tradicija izrade piva u New Yorku, većinom u Brooklynu - rođena Breukelen - sjećanja na koja se i dalje zadržavaju poput mirisa hmelja u praznim bačvama za kuhanje u ulici Kent.

Nekada je u New Yorku bilo 121 pivovara prije zabrane, bilo ih je 70, a čak i nakon ukidanja bilo ih je 23. Danas ih nema.

Schaefer je zadnji otišao, a sada svoje pivo pravi u dva ogromna čelična kotlića u dolini Lehigh u Pennsylvaniji i#x27s. Prije nego što je Schaefer otišao u Rheingold, nakon niza općinskih napada i pokretanja koji su privremeno spasili pivovaru za grad, a prije toga otišli su Piel 's i Schlitz. Sada grad koji je nekad birao godišnju Miss Rheingold, u kojem su Bert i Harry Piel bili kultni heroji, i u kojem je ljubitelj bejzbola po imenu Jake Ruppert nekoć u vlasništvu tima pod imenom Yankees, svoje pivo kupuje izvan države.

Ali nije uvijek bilo tako. Iako većina povjesničara datira uspon piva u New Yorku dolasku njemačkih imigranata početkom 19. stoljeća, grad je bio grad koji je pivao pivo i mnogo prije toga.

Pivovara Red Lion radila je 1660. godine u Nieuw Amsterdamu, a stari zapisi podupiru mišljenje da se Nizozemcima svidjelo pivo koje su napravili i da su ga pili u gostionicama i konobama u koloniji. Nizozemci su ustupili mjesto Britancima, koji su se od piva na bazi melase odvojili do pića i piva te portira kakve su napravili u Engleskoj.

Među tim je pivarima u predrevolucionarno doba bio i Israel Horsfield Jr., koji se smatra prvim poznatim pivarom u Brooklynu. Pivo je počeo kuhati u Breukelenu jer je voda tamo bila repa. Izraelski brat James jedno je vrijeme bio s njim, a zatim je otišao s Jamesom Leadbetterom kako bi započeo još jednu pivovaru koja je proizvodila "englesko pivo, stolno, brodsko i smrekovo pivo", prema Henryju R. Stilesu "Povijest grad Brooklyn ”, objavljen 1870. godine.

Još jedan brat iz Horssfielda, William, također je postao pivar. I pivovare u Brooklynu su se počele umnožavati - imena poput Johnsona, Bedforda, Boulevarda, Kongresa, Nassaua, New Yorka i Brooklyna, Istočne, Elmove, Sjevernoameričke, Excelsiorove, Metropolitanske i Williamsburške.

Tek kada je Croton Aqueduct počeo donositi svježu vodu u New York 1840. i#x27. I 1850. . George Gillig izgradio je pivovaru, a isto je učinila i šačica drugih - Eichler, Huppel, Von Hink, Loewers, J & amp M Haffen, Koster i Bial. No većina je ostala u Brooklynu.

Pivovara Samuel Liebman 's, osnovana 1855. godine, postala je Rheingold. S njim je postojala i J.P. Schoenwald, pivovara Diogenes, Frank i Montauk. Postojao je Trommers, koji je pravio pivo u Brooklynu, ali ga je subotom prodavao u zaleđenim posudama maloprodajnim trgovinama, te u svom Atlantskom vrtu na Boweryju, pivskom vrtu u kojem je sjedilo 1.000 ljudi, prodavali su čaše od nikla i tešku njemačku hranu.

Godine 1842. F M Schaefer Brewing Company započela je s proizvodnjom piva na Manhattanu, ali se 1916. preselila u Brooklyn, gdje je ostala 60 godina.

Zabrana je ubila pivske vrtove i mnoge manje pivovare. Bootlegged domaće pivo prodavalo se u govornicama, ali bilo je jednako lako kupiti uvozna pića u Jack and Charley 's, poznatom govoru koji je trebao postati klub "21".

I New York nije bio sam. Hensler i Krueger 's i Ballantine 's pivo umrli su u Newarku, a umrli su i Fort Pitt, Duke, Silver Top, Old Shea, Dutch Club i Tube City u Pittsburghu, baš kao i Jax Beer u New Orleansu i San Antoniju, te stotine drugih manjih marki diljem zemlje. I s ukidanjem došao je početak pivskih divova, koji do danas nastavljaju gutati male, regionalne pivovare.

Danas svi pijemo Anheuser -Busch 's Budweiser. To je najveća pivovara u zemlji i prodaje najviše piva. Slijede red po prodaji Miller, Schlitz, Pabst, Coors, Olympia (koja je kupila Hamm 's i Lone Star), Heileman (koja je kupila Blatz), Stroh u Detroitu, Schaefer i Carling.

Ali nema ničega u istočnom New Yorku, gdje su njemački useljenički pivari nekad dominirali lokalnom industrijom. Niti postoji nešto u Ridgewoodu ili u Bushwicku, gdje je nekad lokalnim krajolikom dominirao dimnjak od 225 stopa koji pripada Rheingoldu, niti u Williamsburgu. A tamo gdje su nekoć stajale pivovara Abbot i Katz 's, sada se nalaze kuće i trgovine i druge svakodnevne građevine. Možeš li zamisliti?


Gdje su nestale sve pivovare?

U početku je to bila pivovara Red Lion u Nieuw Amsterdamu 1660. godine, na kraju posljednja smeđa boca Schaefera pakirana za otpremu iz zatvorene pivovare u Williamsburgu 30. ožujka 1976. godine.

Između toga postojala je Ziuu -godišnja tradicija izrade piva u New Yorku, većinom u Brooklynu - rođena Breukelen - sjećanja na koja se i dalje zadržavaju poput mirisa hmelja u praznim bačvama za kuhanje u ulici Kent.

Nekada je u New Yorku bilo 121 pivovara prije zabrane, bilo ih je 70, a čak i nakon ukidanja bilo ih je 23. Danas ih nema.

Schaefer je zadnji otišao, a sada svoje pivo pravi u dva ogromna čelična kotlića u dolini Lehigh u Pennsylvaniji i#x27s. Prije nego što je Schaefer otišao u Rheingold, nakon niza općinskih napada i pokretanja koji su privremeno spasili pivovaru za grad, a prije toga otišli su Piel 's i Schlitz. Sada grad koji je nekad birao godišnju Miss Rheingold, u kojem su Bert i Harry Piel bili kultni heroji, i u kojem je ljubitelj bejzbola po imenu Jake Ruppert nekoć u vlasništvu tima pod imenom Yankees, svoje pivo kupuje izvan države.

Ali nije uvijek bilo tako. Iako većina povjesničara datira uspon piva u New Yorku dolasku njemačkih imigranata početkom 19. stoljeća, grad je mnogo prije toga bio grad u kojem se pivo pilo.

Pivovara Red Lion radila je 1660. godine u Nieuw Amsterdamu, a stari zapisi podupiru mišljenje da se Nizozemcima svidjelo pivo koje su napravili i da su ga pili u gostionicama i konobama u koloniji. Nizozemci su ustupili mjesto Britancima, koji su se od piva na bazi melase odvojili do pića i piva te portira kakve su napravili u Engleskoj.

Među tim je pivarima u predrevolucionarno doba bio i Israel Horsfield Jr., koji se smatra prvim poznatim pivarom u Brooklynu. Pivo je počeo kuhati u Breukelenu jer je voda tamo bila repa. Izraelski brat James jedno je vrijeme bio s njim, a zatim je otišao s Jamesom Leadbetterom kako bi započeo još jednu pivovaru koja je proizvodila "englesko pivo, stolno, brodsko i smrekovo pivo", prema Henryju R. Stilesu "Povijest grad Brooklyn ”, objavljen 1870. godine.

Još jedan brat iz Horssfielda, William, također je postao pivar. I pivovare u Brooklynu počele su se umnožavati - imena poput Johnsona, Bedforda, Boulevarda, Kongresa, Nassaua, New Yorka i Brooklyna, Istočne, Elmove, Sjevernoameričke, Excelsiorove, Metropolitanske i Williamsburške.

Tek kada je Croton Aqueduct počeo donositi svježu vodu u New York 1840. i#x27. I 1850. . George Gillig izgradio je pivovaru, a isto je učinila i šačica drugih - Eichler, Huppel, Von Hink, Loewers, J & amp M Haffen, Koster i Bial. No većina je ostala u Brooklynu.

Pivovara Samuel Liebman 's, osnovana 1855. godine, postala je Rheingold. S njim je postojala i J.P. Schoenwald, pivovara Diogenes, Frank i Montauk. Postojao je Trommers, koji je pravio pivo u Brooklynu, ali ga je subotom prodavao u zaleđenim posudama maloprodajnim trgovinama, te u svom Atlantskom vrtu na Boweryju, pivskom vrtu u kojem je sjedilo 1.000 ljudi, prodavali su čaše od nikla i tešku njemačku hranu.

Godine 1842. F M Schaefer Brewing Company započela je s proizvodnjom piva na Manhattanu, ali se 1916. preselila u Brooklyn, gdje je ostala 60 godina.

Zabrana je ubila pivske vrtove i mnoge manje pivovare. Bootlegged domaće pivo prodavalo se u govornicama, ali bilo je jednako lako kupiti uvozna pića u Jack and Charley 's, poznatom govoru koji je trebao postati klub "21".

I New York nije bio sam. Hensler i Krueger 's i Ballantine 's pivo umrli su u Newarku, a umrli su i Fort Pitt, Duke, Silver Top, Old Shea, Dutch Club i Tube City u Pittsburghu, baš kao i Jax Beer u New Orleansu i San Antoniju, te stotine drugih manjih marki diljem zemlje. I s ukidanjem došao je početak pivskih divova, koji do danas nastavljaju gutati male, regionalne pivovare.

Danas svi pijemo Anheuser -Busch 's Budweiser. To je najveća pivovara u zemlji i prodaje najviše piva. Slijede red po prodaji Miller, Schlitz, Pabst, Coors, Olympia (koja je kupila Hamm 's i Lone Star), Heileman (koja je kupila Blatz), Stroh u Detroitu, Schaefer i Carling.

Ali nema ničega u istočnom New Yorku, gdje su njemački useljenički pivari nekad dominirali lokalnom industrijom. Niti postoji nešto u Ridgewoodu ili u Bushwicku, gdje je nekad lokalnim krajolikom dominirao dimnjak od 225 stopa koji pripada Rheingoldu, niti u Williamsburgu. A tamo gdje su nekoć stajale pivovara Abbot i Katz 's, sada se nalaze kuće i trgovine i druge takve svjetovne građevine. Možeš li zamisliti?


Gdje su nestale sve pivovare?

U početku je to bila pivovara Red Lion u Nieuw Amsterdamu 1660. godine, na kraju je bila posljednja smeđa boca Schaefera pakirana za otpremu iz zatvorene pivovare u Williamsburgu 30. ožujka 1976. godine.

Između toga postojala je Ziuu -godišnja tradicija izrade piva u New Yorku, većinom u Brooklynu - rođena Breukelen - sjećanja na koja se i dalje zadržavaju poput mirisa hmelja u praznim bačvama za kuhanje u ulici Kent.

Nekada je u New Yorku bilo 121 pivovara prije zabrane, bilo ih je 70, a čak i nakon ukidanja bilo ih je 23. Danas ih nema.

Schaefer je zadnji otišao, a sada svoje pivo pravi u dva ogromna čelična kotlića u dolini Lehigh u Pennsylvaniji i#x27s. Prije nego što je Schaefer otišao u Rheingold, nakon niza općinskih napada i pokretanja koji su privremeno spasili pivovaru za grad, a prije toga otišli su Piel 's i Schlitz. Sada grad koji je nekad birao godišnju Miss Rheingold, u kojem su Bert i Harry Piel bili kultni heroji, i u kojem je ljubitelj bejzbola po imenu Jake Ruppert nekoć u vlasništvu tima pod imenom Yankees, svoje pivo kupuje izvan države.

Ali nije uvijek bilo tako. Iako većina povjesničara datira uspon piva u New Yorku dolasku njemačkih imigranata početkom 19. stoljeća, grad je bio grad koji je pivao pivo i mnogo prije toga.

Pivovara Red Lion radila je 1660. godine u Nieuw Amsterdamu, a stari zapisi podupiru mišljenje da se Nizozemcima svidjelo pivo koje su napravili i da su ga pili u gostionicama i konobama u koloniji. Nizozemci su ustupili mjesto Britancima, koji su se od piva na bazi melase odvojili do pića i piva te portira kakve su napravili u Engleskoj.

Među tim je pivarima u predrevolucionarno doba bio i Israel Horsfield Jr., koji se smatra prvim poznatim pivarom u Brooklynu. Pivo je počeo kuhati u Breukelenu jer je voda tamo bila repa. Izraelski brat James jedno je vrijeme bio s njim, a zatim je otišao s Jamesom Leadbetterom kako bi započeo još jednu pivovaru koja je proizvodila "englesko pivo, stolno, brodsko i smrekovo pivo", prema Henryju R. Stilesu "Povijest grad Brooklyn ”, objavljen 1870. godine.

Još jedan brat iz Horssfielda, William, također je postao pivar. I pivovare u Brooklynu su se počele umnožavati - imena poput Johnsona, Bedforda, Boulevarda, Kongresa, Nassaua, New Yorka i Brooklyna, Istočne, Elmove, Sjevernoameričke, Excelsiorove, Metropolitanske i Williamsburške.

Tek kada je Croton Aqueduct počeo donositi svježu vodu u New York 1840. i#x27. I 1850. . George Gillig izgradio je pivovaru, a isto je učinila i šačica drugih - Eichler, Huppel, Von Hink, Loewers, J & amp M Haffen, Koster i Bial. No većina je ostala u Brooklynu.

Pivovara Samuel Liebman 's, osnovana 1855. godine, postala je Rheingold. S njim je postojala i J.P. Schoenwald, pivovara Diogenes, Frank i Montauk. Postojao je Trommers, koji je pravio pivo u Brooklynu, ali ga je subotom prodavao u zaleđenim posudama maloprodajnim trgovinama, te u svom Atlantskom vrtu na Boweryju, pivskom vrtu u kojem je sjedilo 1.000 ljudi, prodavali su čaše od nikla i tešku njemačku hranu.

Godine 1842. F M Schaefer Brewing Company započela je s proizvodnjom piva na Manhattanu, ali se 1916. preselila u Brooklyn, gdje je ostala 60 godina.

Zabrana je ubila pivske vrtove i mnoge manje pivovare. Bootlegged domaće pivo prodavalo se u govornicama, ali bilo je jednako lako kupiti uvozna pića u Jack and Charley 's, poznatom govoru koji je trebao postati klub "21".

I New York nije bio sam. Hensler i Krueger 's i Ballantine 's pivo umrli su u Newarku, a umrli su i Fort Pitt, Duke, Silver Top, Old Shea, Dutch Club i Tube City u Pittsburghu, baš kao i Jax Beer u New Orleansu i San Antoniju, te stotine drugih manjih marki diljem zemlje. I s ukidanjem došao je početak pivskih divova, koji do danas nastavljaju gutati male, regionalne pivovare.

Danas svi pijemo Anheuser -Busch 's Budweiser. To je najveća pivovara u zemlji i prodaje najviše piva. Slijede red po prodaji Miller, Schlitz, Pabst, Coors, Olympia (koja je kupila Hamm 's i Lone Star), Heileman (koja je kupila Blatz), Stroh u Detroitu, Schaefer i Carling.

Ali nema ničega u istočnom New Yorku, gdje su njemački useljenički pivari nekad dominirali lokalnom industrijom. Niti postoji nešto u Ridgewoodu ili u Bushwicku, gdje je nekad lokalnim krajolikom dominirao dimnjak od 225 stopa koji pripada Rheingoldu, niti u Williamsburgu. A tamo gdje su nekoć stajale pivovara Abbot i Katz 's, sada se nalaze kuće i trgovine i druge svakodnevne građevine. Možeš li zamisliti?


Gdje su nestale sve pivovare?

U početku je to bila pivovara Red Lion u Nieuw Amsterdamu 1660. godine, na kraju posljednja smeđa boca Schaefera pakirana za otpremu iz zatvorene pivovare u Williamsburgu 30. ožujka 1976. godine.

Između toga postojala je Ziuu -godišnja tradicija izrade piva u New Yorku, većinom u Brooklynu - rođena Breukelen - sjećanja na koja se i dalje zadržavaju poput mirisa hmelja u praznim bačvama za kuhanje u ulici Kent.

Nekada je u New Yorku bilo 121 pivovara prije zabrane, bilo ih je 70, a čak i nakon ukidanja bilo ih je 23. Danas ih nema.

Schaefer je zadnji otišao, a sada svoje pivo pravi u dva ogromna čelična kotlića u dolini Lehigh u Pennsylvaniji i#x27s. Prije nego što je Schaefer otišao u Rheingold, nakon niza općinskih napada i pokretanja koji su privremeno spasili pivovaru za grad, a prije toga otišli su Piel 's i Schlitz. Sada grad koji je nekad birao godišnju Miss Rheingold, u kojem su Bert i Harry Piel bili kultni heroji, i u kojem je ljubitelj bejzbola po imenu Jake Ruppert nekoć u vlasništvu tima pod imenom Yankees, svoje pivo kupuje izvan države.

Ali nije uvijek bilo tako. Iako većina povjesničara datira uspon piva u New Yorku dolasku njemačkih imigranata početkom 19. stoljeća, grad je mnogo prije toga bio grad u kojem se pivo pilo.

Pivovara Red Lion radila je 1660. godine u Nieuw Amsterdamu, a stari zapisi podupiru mišljenje da se Nizozemcima svidjelo pivo koje su napravili i da su ga pili u gostionicama i konobama u koloniji. Nizozemci su ustupili mjesto Britancima, koji su se od piva na bazi melase odvojili do pića i piva te portira kakve su napravili u Engleskoj.

Među tim je pivarima u predrevolucionarno doba bio i Israel Horsfield Jr., koji se smatra prvim poznatim pivarom u Brooklynu. Pivo je počeo kuhati u Breukelenu jer je voda tamo bila repa. Izraelski brat James jedno je vrijeme bio s njim, a zatim je otišao s Jamesom Leadbetterom kako bi započeo još jednu pivovaru koja je proizvodila "englesko pivo, stolno, brodsko i smrekovo pivo", prema Henryju R. Stilesu "Povijest grad Brooklyn ”, objavljen 1870. godine.

Još jedan brat iz Horssfielda, William, također je postao pivar. I pivovare u Brooklynu počele su se umnožavati - imena poput Johnsona, Bedforda, Boulevarda, Kongresa, Nassaua, New Yorka i Brooklyna, Istočne, Elmove, Sjevernoameričke, Excelsiorove, Metropolitanske i Williamsburške.

Tek kada je Croton Aqueduct počeo donositi svježu vodu u New York 1840. i#x27. I 1850. . George Gillig izgradio je pivovaru, a isto je učinila i šačica drugih - Eichler, Huppel, Von Hink, Loewers, J & amp M Haffen, Koster i Bial. No većina je ostala u Brooklynu.

Pivovara Samuel Liebman 's, osnovana 1855. godine, postala je Rheingold. S njim je postojala i J.P. Schoenwald, pivovara Diogenes, Frank i Montauk. Postojao je Trommers, koji je pravio pivo u Brooklynu, ali ga je subotom prodavao u ledenim posudama maloprodajnim trgovinama, te u svom Atlantskom vrtu na Boweryju, pivskom vrtu u kojem je sjedilo 1.000 ljudi, prodavali su čaše od nikla i tešku njemačku hranu.

Godine 1842. F M Schaefer Brewing Company započela je s proizvodnjom piva na Manhattanu, ali se 1916. preselila u Brooklyn, gdje je ostala 60 godina.

Zabrana je ubila pivske vrtove i mnoge manje pivovare. Bootlegged domaće pivo prodavalo se u govornicama, ali bilo je jednako lako kupiti uvozna pića u Jacku i Charleyju, poznatom govoru koji je trebao postati klub "21".

I New York nije bio sam. Hensler i Krueger 's i Ballantine 's pivo umrli su u Newarku, a umrli su i Fort Pitt, Duke, Silver Top, Old Shea, Dutch Club i Tube City u Pittsburghu, baš kao i Jax Beer u New Orleansu i San Antoniju, te stotine drugih manjih marki diljem zemlje. I s ukidanjem došao je početak pivskih divova, koji do danas nastavljaju gutati male, regionalne pivovare.

Danas svi pijemo Anheuser -Busch 's Budweiser. To je najveća pivovara u zemlji i prodaje najviše piva. Slijede red po prodaji Miller, Schlitz, Pabst, Coors, Olympia (koja je kupila Hamm 's i Lone Star), Heileman (koja je kupila Blatz), Stroh u Detroitu, Schaefer i Carling.

Ali nema ničega u istočnom New Yorku, gdje su njemački useljenički pivari nekad dominirali lokalnom industrijom. Niti postoji nešto u Ridgewoodu ili u Bushwicku, gdje je nekad lokalnim krajolikom dominirao dimnjak od 225 stopa koji pripada Rheingoldu, niti u Williamsburgu. And where Abbot and Katz's Brewery once stood, there are now houses and stores and other mundane structures like that. Možeš li zamisliti?


Where Have All the Breweries Gone?

In the beginning it was the Red Lion Brewery in Nieuw Amsterdam of 1660 in the end it was the last brown bottle of Schaefer packaged for shipping out of closed brewery in Williamsburg on March 30, 1976.

In between there was a Ziuu‐year tradition of beer making in New York, most of it in Brooklyn — née Breukelen — the memories of which still linger like the scent of hops in the empty brewing vats on Kent Street.

There once were 121 breweries in New York before Prohibition there were 70, and even after repeal there were 23. Today there are none.

Schaefer was the last to leave, and now makes its beer in two huge steel kettles in Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley. Before Schaefer went Rheingold, after a series of municipal fits and starts that temporarily saved the brewery for the city, and before that went Piel's and Schlitz. Now the city that once elected an annual Miss Rheingold, in which Bert and Harry Piel were cult heroes, and where a baseball buff named Jake Ruppert once owned team called the Yankees, buys its beer from out of state.

But it was not always so. Though most historians date the ascendancy of beer in New York to the arrival of German immigrants early in the 19th century, the city was a beer‐drinking, beer‐making town long before that.

The Red Lion Brewery was in business in Nieuw Amsterdam in 1660 and old records support the view that the Dutch liked the beer they made, and drank a good deal of it in inns and taverns in the colony. The Dutch gave way to the British, who branched out from the molasses‐based brew to stout and ale and porter of the sort they had made in England.

Among those brewers in pre‐Revolutionary times was Israel Horsfield Jr., who is regarded as Brooklyn's first brewer of note. He began brewing in Breukelen because the water there was beet. Israel's brother James was with him for a time and then went off with James Leadbetter to begin still another brewery, which made “English ale, table, ship and spruce beer,” according to Henry R. Stiles's “A History of the City of Brooklyn,” published in 1870.

Still another Horssfield brother, William, also became a brewer. And the breweries in Brooklyn began to multiply — such names as Johnson, Bedford, Boulevard, Congress, Nassau,New York and Brooklyn, Eastern, Elm, North American, Excelsior, Metropolitan and Williamsburg.

It was not until the Croton Aqueduct began to bring fresh water into New York in the 1840's and 1850's and ‘improved the water in Manhattan enough for the liking of the German Braumeisters that beer‐making moved to Manhattan in a small way. George Gillig built a brewey and so did a handful of others — Eichler, Huppel, Von Hink, Loewers, J & M Haffen, Koster and Bial. But most stayed in Brooklyn.

Samuel Liebman's Brewery, founded in 1855, became Rheingold. And there was a J.P. Schoenwald, a Diogenes, Frank and Montauk brewery along with him. There was Trommers, which made beer in Brooklyn but sold it In icy containers on Saturdays to retail stores, and in its Atlantic Garden on the Bowery, a beer garden that seated 1,000 people, sold nickel glasses and heaVy German food.

In 1842, the F M Schaefer Brewing Company began making beer in Manhattan, but in 1916 moved to Brooklyn, where it remained for 60 years.

Prohibition killed the beer gardens and many of the smaller breweries, too. Bootlegged home brew was sold in speakeasies, but it was just as easy to buy imported brews at Jack and Charley's, the famous speakeasy that was to become the “21” Club.

And New York was not alone. Hensler and Krueger's and Ballantine's beer died in Newark, and so did Fort Pitt, Duke, Silver Top, Old Shea, Dutch Club and Tube City in Pittsburgh just like Jax Beer in New Orleans and San Antonio, and hundreds of other smaller brands across the country. And with repeal came the onset of the beer giants, which to this day continue to swallow up small, regional breweries.

Today we all drink Anheuser‐Busch's Budweiser. It is the largest brewery in the country and sells the most beer. Next in order of sales come Miller, Schlitz, Pabst, Coors, Olympia (which acquired Hamm's and Lone Star), Heileman (which bought Blatz), Stroh in Detroit, Schaefer and Carling.

But there is nothing in East New York, where the German immigrant brewers once dominated a local industry. Nor is there anything in Ridgewood or in Bushwick, where once the local landscape was dominated by a 225‐foot chimney belonging to Rheingold, nor in Williamsburg. And where Abbot and Katz's Brewery once stood, there are now houses and stores and other mundane structures like that. Možeš li zamisliti?


Where Have All the Breweries Gone?

In the beginning it was the Red Lion Brewery in Nieuw Amsterdam of 1660 in the end it was the last brown bottle of Schaefer packaged for shipping out of closed brewery in Williamsburg on March 30, 1976.

In between there was a Ziuu‐year tradition of beer making in New York, most of it in Brooklyn — née Breukelen — the memories of which still linger like the scent of hops in the empty brewing vats on Kent Street.

There once were 121 breweries in New York before Prohibition there were 70, and even after repeal there were 23. Today there are none.

Schaefer was the last to leave, and now makes its beer in two huge steel kettles in Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley. Before Schaefer went Rheingold, after a series of municipal fits and starts that temporarily saved the brewery for the city, and before that went Piel's and Schlitz. Now the city that once elected an annual Miss Rheingold, in which Bert and Harry Piel were cult heroes, and where a baseball buff named Jake Ruppert once owned team called the Yankees, buys its beer from out of state.

But it was not always so. Though most historians date the ascendancy of beer in New York to the arrival of German immigrants early in the 19th century, the city was a beer‐drinking, beer‐making town long before that.

The Red Lion Brewery was in business in Nieuw Amsterdam in 1660 and old records support the view that the Dutch liked the beer they made, and drank a good deal of it in inns and taverns in the colony. The Dutch gave way to the British, who branched out from the molasses‐based brew to stout and ale and porter of the sort they had made in England.

Among those brewers in pre‐Revolutionary times was Israel Horsfield Jr., who is regarded as Brooklyn's first brewer of note. He began brewing in Breukelen because the water there was beet. Israel's brother James was with him for a time and then went off with James Leadbetter to begin still another brewery, which made “English ale, table, ship and spruce beer,” according to Henry R. Stiles's “A History of the City of Brooklyn,” published in 1870.

Still another Horssfield brother, William, also became a brewer. And the breweries in Brooklyn began to multiply — such names as Johnson, Bedford, Boulevard, Congress, Nassau,New York and Brooklyn, Eastern, Elm, North American, Excelsior, Metropolitan and Williamsburg.

It was not until the Croton Aqueduct began to bring fresh water into New York in the 1840's and 1850's and ‘improved the water in Manhattan enough for the liking of the German Braumeisters that beer‐making moved to Manhattan in a small way. George Gillig built a brewey and so did a handful of others — Eichler, Huppel, Von Hink, Loewers, J & M Haffen, Koster and Bial. But most stayed in Brooklyn.

Samuel Liebman's Brewery, founded in 1855, became Rheingold. And there was a J.P. Schoenwald, a Diogenes, Frank and Montauk brewery along with him. There was Trommers, which made beer in Brooklyn but sold it In icy containers on Saturdays to retail stores, and in its Atlantic Garden on the Bowery, a beer garden that seated 1,000 people, sold nickel glasses and heaVy German food.

In 1842, the F M Schaefer Brewing Company began making beer in Manhattan, but in 1916 moved to Brooklyn, where it remained for 60 years.

Prohibition killed the beer gardens and many of the smaller breweries, too. Bootlegged home brew was sold in speakeasies, but it was just as easy to buy imported brews at Jack and Charley's, the famous speakeasy that was to become the “21” Club.

And New York was not alone. Hensler and Krueger's and Ballantine's beer died in Newark, and so did Fort Pitt, Duke, Silver Top, Old Shea, Dutch Club and Tube City in Pittsburgh just like Jax Beer in New Orleans and San Antonio, and hundreds of other smaller brands across the country. And with repeal came the onset of the beer giants, which to this day continue to swallow up small, regional breweries.

Today we all drink Anheuser‐Busch's Budweiser. It is the largest brewery in the country and sells the most beer. Next in order of sales come Miller, Schlitz, Pabst, Coors, Olympia (which acquired Hamm's and Lone Star), Heileman (which bought Blatz), Stroh in Detroit, Schaefer and Carling.

But there is nothing in East New York, where the German immigrant brewers once dominated a local industry. Nor is there anything in Ridgewood or in Bushwick, where once the local landscape was dominated by a 225‐foot chimney belonging to Rheingold, nor in Williamsburg. And where Abbot and Katz's Brewery once stood, there are now houses and stores and other mundane structures like that. Možeš li zamisliti?


Where Have All the Breweries Gone?

In the beginning it was the Red Lion Brewery in Nieuw Amsterdam of 1660 in the end it was the last brown bottle of Schaefer packaged for shipping out of closed brewery in Williamsburg on March 30, 1976.

In between there was a Ziuu‐year tradition of beer making in New York, most of it in Brooklyn — née Breukelen — the memories of which still linger like the scent of hops in the empty brewing vats on Kent Street.

There once were 121 breweries in New York before Prohibition there were 70, and even after repeal there were 23. Today there are none.

Schaefer was the last to leave, and now makes its beer in two huge steel kettles in Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley. Before Schaefer went Rheingold, after a series of municipal fits and starts that temporarily saved the brewery for the city, and before that went Piel's and Schlitz. Now the city that once elected an annual Miss Rheingold, in which Bert and Harry Piel were cult heroes, and where a baseball buff named Jake Ruppert once owned team called the Yankees, buys its beer from out of state.

But it was not always so. Though most historians date the ascendancy of beer in New York to the arrival of German immigrants early in the 19th century, the city was a beer‐drinking, beer‐making town long before that.

The Red Lion Brewery was in business in Nieuw Amsterdam in 1660 and old records support the view that the Dutch liked the beer they made, and drank a good deal of it in inns and taverns in the colony. The Dutch gave way to the British, who branched out from the molasses‐based brew to stout and ale and porter of the sort they had made in England.

Among those brewers in pre‐Revolutionary times was Israel Horsfield Jr., who is regarded as Brooklyn's first brewer of note. He began brewing in Breukelen because the water there was beet. Israel's brother James was with him for a time and then went off with James Leadbetter to begin still another brewery, which made “English ale, table, ship and spruce beer,” according to Henry R. Stiles's “A History of the City of Brooklyn,” published in 1870.

Still another Horssfield brother, William, also became a brewer. And the breweries in Brooklyn began to multiply — such names as Johnson, Bedford, Boulevard, Congress, Nassau,New York and Brooklyn, Eastern, Elm, North American, Excelsior, Metropolitan and Williamsburg.

It was not until the Croton Aqueduct began to bring fresh water into New York in the 1840's and 1850's and ‘improved the water in Manhattan enough for the liking of the German Braumeisters that beer‐making moved to Manhattan in a small way. George Gillig built a brewey and so did a handful of others — Eichler, Huppel, Von Hink, Loewers, J & M Haffen, Koster and Bial. But most stayed in Brooklyn.

Samuel Liebman's Brewery, founded in 1855, became Rheingold. And there was a J.P. Schoenwald, a Diogenes, Frank and Montauk brewery along with him. There was Trommers, which made beer in Brooklyn but sold it In icy containers on Saturdays to retail stores, and in its Atlantic Garden on the Bowery, a beer garden that seated 1,000 people, sold nickel glasses and heaVy German food.

In 1842, the F M Schaefer Brewing Company began making beer in Manhattan, but in 1916 moved to Brooklyn, where it remained for 60 years.

Prohibition killed the beer gardens and many of the smaller breweries, too. Bootlegged home brew was sold in speakeasies, but it was just as easy to buy imported brews at Jack and Charley's, the famous speakeasy that was to become the “21” Club.

And New York was not alone. Hensler and Krueger's and Ballantine's beer died in Newark, and so did Fort Pitt, Duke, Silver Top, Old Shea, Dutch Club and Tube City in Pittsburgh just like Jax Beer in New Orleans and San Antonio, and hundreds of other smaller brands across the country. And with repeal came the onset of the beer giants, which to this day continue to swallow up small, regional breweries.

Today we all drink Anheuser‐Busch's Budweiser. It is the largest brewery in the country and sells the most beer. Next in order of sales come Miller, Schlitz, Pabst, Coors, Olympia (which acquired Hamm's and Lone Star), Heileman (which bought Blatz), Stroh in Detroit, Schaefer and Carling.

But there is nothing in East New York, where the German immigrant brewers once dominated a local industry. Nor is there anything in Ridgewood or in Bushwick, where once the local landscape was dominated by a 225‐foot chimney belonging to Rheingold, nor in Williamsburg. And where Abbot and Katz's Brewery once stood, there are now houses and stores and other mundane structures like that. Možeš li zamisliti?


Where Have All the Breweries Gone?

In the beginning it was the Red Lion Brewery in Nieuw Amsterdam of 1660 in the end it was the last brown bottle of Schaefer packaged for shipping out of closed brewery in Williamsburg on March 30, 1976.

In between there was a Ziuu‐year tradition of beer making in New York, most of it in Brooklyn — née Breukelen — the memories of which still linger like the scent of hops in the empty brewing vats on Kent Street.

There once were 121 breweries in New York before Prohibition there were 70, and even after repeal there were 23. Today there are none.

Schaefer was the last to leave, and now makes its beer in two huge steel kettles in Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley. Before Schaefer went Rheingold, after a series of municipal fits and starts that temporarily saved the brewery for the city, and before that went Piel's and Schlitz. Now the city that once elected an annual Miss Rheingold, in which Bert and Harry Piel were cult heroes, and where a baseball buff named Jake Ruppert once owned team called the Yankees, buys its beer from out of state.

But it was not always so. Though most historians date the ascendancy of beer in New York to the arrival of German immigrants early in the 19th century, the city was a beer‐drinking, beer‐making town long before that.

The Red Lion Brewery was in business in Nieuw Amsterdam in 1660 and old records support the view that the Dutch liked the beer they made, and drank a good deal of it in inns and taverns in the colony. The Dutch gave way to the British, who branched out from the molasses‐based brew to stout and ale and porter of the sort they had made in England.

Among those brewers in pre‐Revolutionary times was Israel Horsfield Jr., who is regarded as Brooklyn's first brewer of note. He began brewing in Breukelen because the water there was beet. Israel's brother James was with him for a time and then went off with James Leadbetter to begin still another brewery, which made “English ale, table, ship and spruce beer,” according to Henry R. Stiles's “A History of the City of Brooklyn,” published in 1870.

Still another Horssfield brother, William, also became a brewer. And the breweries in Brooklyn began to multiply — such names as Johnson, Bedford, Boulevard, Congress, Nassau,New York and Brooklyn, Eastern, Elm, North American, Excelsior, Metropolitan and Williamsburg.

It was not until the Croton Aqueduct began to bring fresh water into New York in the 1840's and 1850's and ‘improved the water in Manhattan enough for the liking of the German Braumeisters that beer‐making moved to Manhattan in a small way. George Gillig built a brewey and so did a handful of others — Eichler, Huppel, Von Hink, Loewers, J & M Haffen, Koster and Bial. But most stayed in Brooklyn.

Samuel Liebman's Brewery, founded in 1855, became Rheingold. And there was a J.P. Schoenwald, a Diogenes, Frank and Montauk brewery along with him. There was Trommers, which made beer in Brooklyn but sold it In icy containers on Saturdays to retail stores, and in its Atlantic Garden on the Bowery, a beer garden that seated 1,000 people, sold nickel glasses and heaVy German food.

In 1842, the F M Schaefer Brewing Company began making beer in Manhattan, but in 1916 moved to Brooklyn, where it remained for 60 years.

Prohibition killed the beer gardens and many of the smaller breweries, too. Bootlegged home brew was sold in speakeasies, but it was just as easy to buy imported brews at Jack and Charley's, the famous speakeasy that was to become the “21” Club.

And New York was not alone. Hensler and Krueger's and Ballantine's beer died in Newark, and so did Fort Pitt, Duke, Silver Top, Old Shea, Dutch Club and Tube City in Pittsburgh just like Jax Beer in New Orleans and San Antonio, and hundreds of other smaller brands across the country. And with repeal came the onset of the beer giants, which to this day continue to swallow up small, regional breweries.

Today we all drink Anheuser‐Busch's Budweiser. It is the largest brewery in the country and sells the most beer. Next in order of sales come Miller, Schlitz, Pabst, Coors, Olympia (which acquired Hamm's and Lone Star), Heileman (which bought Blatz), Stroh in Detroit, Schaefer and Carling.

But there is nothing in East New York, where the German immigrant brewers once dominated a local industry. Nor is there anything in Ridgewood or in Bushwick, where once the local landscape was dominated by a 225‐foot chimney belonging to Rheingold, nor in Williamsburg. And where Abbot and Katz's Brewery once stood, there are now houses and stores and other mundane structures like that. Možeš li zamisliti?


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Komentari:

  1. Malakasa

    Apsolutno si u pravu. Ima nešto u ovome i ideja je izvrsna, podržavam je.

  2. Nijora

    Ne približava mi se. Tko još može što reći?

  3. Ken

    Konačno sam, žao mi je, ali uopće mi se ne približava. Tko još može pomoći?

  4. Tugami

    Same and so

  5. Magahet

    Nedvosmisleno, idealan odgovor



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