The Houston area has experienced a particularly strong craft-beer boom over the last two years. Ronnie Crocker traces the evolution of this boom (and periodic busts). Crocker's look at Houston's thriving and growing brewing scene will include up and coming craft breweries, home brewing trends in the area, and Anheuser Busch. Beginning with a look at some of the recent events that have prompted such significant growth of late (significant events and trends that have upped the ante in Houston's beer culture), Crocker examines each aspect specific to Houston in a smart and engaging way that will appeal to a broad audience.Busch by this time was head of St. Louisabased Anheuser-Busch and was in the process of making it the nationa#39;s ... Construction was estimated to have cost $200, 000 (nearly $5 million in todaya#39;s dollars), and the original capacity was ... A half dozen kegs of beer were on tap at one time. ... Workers in the Magnolia Brewerya#39;s barrelhouse keg Houston beer in 21 A Heady History of Brewing in the Bayouanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||The History Press - 2012|