Tap the Craft Episode 139: The History of Beer, Pt2

In Episode 139 we teach you about some beer history, going back to 1600AD and ending at 1850AD. We also finally discuss an article describing the different types of people you see on brewery tours.  Plus a lot of random beer conversation. So grab a beer and enjoy the show! 

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BEERS MENTIONED ON THE SHOW:

7th Sun Sakura Obscura

Widmer Snow Plow Milk Stout

Bells Brewery Double Two Hearted

Cigar City Criminal Commission

Monday Night Brewing Drafty Kilt

 Fremont/Mikkeller Operator Suave Mexican Style Lager 

LINKS TO ARTICLES DISCUSSED:

Three Millennia of Beer Styles in Four Minutes and 32 Seconds 

http://kotmf.com/

The 15 People You See on Every Brewery Tour

Link to Show Notes Page for all episodes:  http://openforumradio.com/tap-the-craft-podcast-show-notes/

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