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[edit] The History of Commercial Brewers

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[edit] Early Civilisation

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[edit] Early Taverns

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[edit] The Reinheitsgebot Purity Law

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[edit] The Monks

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[edit] Industrialised Brewing

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[edit] Back to roots

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[edit] Craft Brewer / Brew Pub / Microbreweries

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[edit] United States

There has been a major surge in craft breweries in the United States in the last couple decades.

[edit] Dogfish Head

Located in Delaware, Dogfish Head is famous for trying so-called "extreme beers," with oddball ingredients or strange brewing techniques.

[edit] New Belgium

One of the most successful craft breweries, due mainly to the success of Fat Tire Amber Ale, New Belgium contiues to produce a variety of American standards as well as Belgian-themed ales. Based in Fort Collins, Colorado.

http://www.newbelgium.com

[edit] Sierra Nevada

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Their Pale Ale is one of the best regarded microbrews in the country, but Sierra Nevada has approximately half a dozen other beers available.

[edit] Stone

Just outside of San Diego, CA, Stone is famous for its line of strong American IPAs and variants.

[edit] Modern Large scale Commercial Brewers

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[edit] External Resources