1981 - 1996: A Photo History
In this homage to American microbrewers, international photojournalist David Bjorkman has created a photo gallery of brewers and breweries from 1981 to 1996. This collection of rare photos captures the early years of specialty brewing as the industry began its meteoric rise into the hearts of admiring beer-lovers nationwide.
Those were heady years filled with the pure joy of brewing. Brewers with big dreams opened their microbreweries, brewpubs and contract brewing companies on shoestring budgets, and succeeded in establishing their unique place in the history of American brewing. "Hand-crafted," "fresh," "flavorful" were how they described their beers, and it was the start of something special.
David's photos document the pioneers and players who came to brewing from different backgrounds and disciplines, but who all had a passion for beer. Some became industry leaders, with their names, faces and beers known to beer-connoisseurs across the nation. Some shot to fame, but for lack of money or know-how fell into history. But all were dynamic and visionary, intense and driven to give beer their best.
Here are photos of the first microbrewers in the United States; of early Great American Beer Festivals; of Batch #176 being brewed at the Widmer Brewing Co.; of the Mendocino Brewing Co. team; and of hundreds of brewers across the country.
These photos provide a veritable "who's who" of the early microbrewing industry, a history worthy of a place on every beer-lovers book shelf.
Roswell By the Sea Publicado 21 de junio de 2014
Yucatan Traveler Publicado 14 de noviembre de 2008
The Maya Yucatan Publicado 07 de noviembre de 2008
The Maya Ballgame Publicado 07 de noviembre de 2008
Lord of the Cabbage (Second Edition) Publicado 05 de octubre de 2008
Tortillas Publicado 22 de abril de 2008
Minute Observations Publicado 24 de marzo de 2008
LIGHT & SHADOW Publicado 07 de marzo de 2008
Comience a crear su propio libro hoy desde 3.99 US $.