Buffalo Beer: The History of Brewing in the Nickel City (2020)

Buffalo Beer The History of Brewing in the Nickel City Buffalo s appreciation for a frosty pint stretches back than a century before anyone enjoyed a cold one with a basket of wings By the middle of the s the industrial hub counted malt and beer amon
  • Title: Buffalo Beer: The History of Brewing in the Nickel City
  • Author: Michael F. Rizzo Ethan Cox
  • ISBN: 9781626196377
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Paperback
  • Buffalo s appreciation for a frosty pint stretches back than a century before anyone enjoyed a cold one with a basket of wings By the middle of the 1800s, the industrial hub counted malt and beer among its most vital and satisfying products Operations like Simon Pure Beer, Iroquois Beverage and the Magnus Beck Brewing Company brought Buffalo s world class ales to thBuffalo s appreciation for a frosty pint stretches back than a century before anyone enjoyed a cold one with a basket of wings By the middle of the 1800s, the industrial hub counted malt and beer among its most vital and satisfying products Operations like Simon Pure Beer, Iroquois Beverage and the Magnus Beck Brewing Company brought Buffalo s world class ales to the rest of the country Prohibition saw a thriving business in black market hooch, though it all but killed the city s historic breweries A few survivors struggled to recover Today, a new batch of breweries like Community Beer Works and Big Ditch Brewing Company are crafting a beer revolution in the Queen City Historian Michael Rizzo and brewer Ethan Cox explore the sudsy story of Buffalo beer.
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    One Reply to “Buffalo Beer: The History of Brewing in the Nickel City”

    1. As a reader who actually cares about the myriad of breweries and brewers that existed in Buffalo, NY over the last two centuries unlike the other reviewer , there is a whole lot of knowledge in this fairly small book It is quite dense and tough to digest all the names and dates that seem to be thrown out pretty much every line, but the dedication of the authors to research and put together this book is extremely admirable While this may seem like a juvenile request, my only wish for this book wa [...]

    2. I had a hard time reading this book, as it reads like a 6th grade essay Lots of facts, little flow There was no cohesiveness to the narrative, just a chronological accounting of the people and places that were integral to Buffalo Brewing from the war of 1812 on Not a recommended read unless you actually care about the myriad of breweries and brewers that existed in Buffalo, NY over the last two centuries.

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