Arkansas s booze scene had a promising start, with America s biggest brewing families, Busch and Lemp, investing in Little Rock just prior to Prohibition However, by 1915, the state had passed the Newberry Act, banning the manufacturing and selling of alcohol It was not until sixty nine years later that the state welcomed its first post temperance brewery, Arkansas Brewing Company After a few false starts, brewpubs in Fayetteville, Fort Smith and Little Rock found success By 2000, the industry had regained momentum An explosion of breweries around the state has since propelled Arkansas into the modern beer age....
|Title||:||Arkansas Beer: An Intoxicating History (American Palate)|
|Publisher||:||The History Press September 11, 2017|
|Number of Pages||:||128 pages|
|File Size||:||869 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Arkansas Beer: An Intoxicating History (American Palate) Reviews
Amazing info in the emerging beer scene I'm Arkansas
Great read. Learned more about the people I have met while having great beers in Arkansas.