Brewing Battles: A History of American Beer

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A
A. Schmid & Co., 28
Acme Brewing Company (San Francisco, Calif.), 140
Adams, Deacon Samuel, 8
Adams, Henry, 7
Adams, Joseph, 7–8
Adams, Sam, 8, 12, 12, 13, 189
advertising, 49, 107, 138, 154, 155
of bock beer, 112–114, 114
of craft beers, 189–191
of light beer, 163–164
radio, 116, 140, 162, 166, 183
television, 141–142, 156, 163, 169, 180
during World War II, 140
African American markets, 197
Agricultural Adjustment Act (1933), 100
Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA), 100–101
Alaska, 196
Albany, New York, 18, 91
alcohol. See also beer, cider, liquor, Prohibition, rum, spirits, temperance movements, whiskey, wine
consumption (See also beer, consumption)
attitudes toward, 24–26, 35, 51–52, 62, 69, 95, 119, 173
cultural and regional differences, 54–55
1930s, 176–177
1980s, 177
social aspect of, 51–52
in U.S. Army (See U.S. Army)
working class and, 51, 62, 84
production of, 1860s, 21
sales
legislation controlling, 27, 50
licensing for, 17–18, 50
Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), 193, note 618
Alcohol Epidemiology Program (University of Minnesota), 197
Alcoholic Beverage Medical Research Group (ABMRG), 168
alcoholism, 9, 160, 177–178
Alcohol Tax Unit, Internal Revenue Bureau, 122
Alden, John, 6
ale, 6, 18, 39, 107, 166, 186, 188–189
distinction between beer and, 19, 31
FAA hearing on definition of, 117
pre-Civil War brewers of, 20–21, 27, 30–31
Alexander, W. S., 115–116
alt beer, 19
American Beverage Institute, 179
American Brewer and Maltster’s Assistant, The, by Joseph Coppinger, 16

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