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The Rich and Surprising History of Beer in America

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Decent and fun TV doc
10 October 2009 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

American brew is a pleasant and thorough enough celebration of beer culture and history in North America. From European immigrants bringing brewers over with early settlers, through the prohibition and up to the sophisticated micro brewing industries of today, it's enlightening, fun and goes well with a warm flagon of your local mash. Clearly released to coincide with the ongoing renaissance of beer in North America, this one will satisfy anyone who's interested. Not likely to turn your Chardonnay sipping mother-in-law into a growler guzzling curmudgeon, but just about as interesting as it can get for us, the converted masses. Sit back, feet up and get educated on the cold stuff. The extras are good too.


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