Oklahoma Beer: A Handcrafted History (American Palate) (Hardcover)

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Oklahoma Beer: A Handcrafted History (American Palate) By Brian Welzbacher, Wes Alexander (Foreword by) Cover Image
By Brian Welzbacher, Wes Alexander (Foreword by)


Notoriously known as a flyover state in regards to alcohol, Oklahoma has a unique brewing history. Entering the Union as a dry state, Oklahoma struggled with bootleggers and the choc beer brewers of Indian Territory. Prohibition wasn't fully repealed in Oklahoma until 1959, when liquor sales were permitted, but a few pioneers navigated a web of restrictions to produce quality local beers. Brewpubs opened a new chapter in 1992 as a generation thirsty for handcrafted beers led to a resurgence in the industry. Author and proprietor of BeerisOK.com Brian Welzbacher unravels the stories behind the passionate breweries that stood up to tyranny and paved a path from Dust Bowl to full glass.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781540250926
ISBN-10: 154025092X
Publisher: History PR
Publication Date: January 10th, 2022
Pages: 210
Language: English
Series: American Palate