Central New York Beer:: A History of Brewing in the Heart of the Empire State (American Palate)

Central New York Beer:: A History of Brewing in the Heart of the Empire State (American Palate) by Daniel Shumway 1626193428 9781626193420
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With so many small towns loyal to local farms, food and drink, its no surprise that Central New Yorks thriving brewing community stretches back to the early 1800s. After Rome lost two breweries to fire in 1858, at least a dozen more opened in the city over the next century. A group of Oneonta gentlemen decided the town needed a brewery in 1909, and in 2012, similar thinking launched Roots Brewing Company. Cooperstown is a beer destination, thanks to Brewery Ommegang and Council Rock, and breweries in nearby Canastota, Cazenovia, Garrettsville, Hamilton and Milford are now also drawing the thirsty masses. Local historian of hops Dan Shumway explores the long and sudsy story of beer in Central New York.

Author: Daniel Shumway

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 144

Publisher: The History Press

Publication Date: 2014-09-09


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