The Craft Brewing Explosion and the Modern Day Tavern
Guest writer Henry Simanson explores the history of local breweries across the country and in Cincinnati. By: Henry Simason ~Guest Writer~ In the late 1880s there were over 2,000 breweries open in America. One hundred years later there were only 92. A combination of dwindling demand and the influences of Prohibition had destroyed what had not only been a thriving market, but also an important aspect of American culture. American-made beer had historically been a point of pride. Without ways to transport beer across the country, one would rarely come upon a village or township without also finding a local … Continue reading The Craft Brewing Explosion and the Modern Day Tavern
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