America’s diversity of beer is no accident. Different breweries and brewmasters worked to develop certain styles at certain times. Their work has left behind a kaleidoscope of styles and interpretations that most consumers probably take for granted but that would’ve been unheard of 30 years ago.
Tom Acitelli is co-deputy editor @commobserver; author of PILSNER, Audacity of Hops, American Wine, and Whiskey Business.
- November 14, 2020Tags: widmer bros. hefe , victory prima pils , tom acitelli
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