Beer bard and blogger Tony Russo taps into this full-bodied history while introducing the region's bold new batch of brewers.
Author: Tony Russo
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
When Great Britain levied heavy taxes against the colonies, the Eastern Shore's first beer geek, John Beale Bordley, swore off English ales and set his substantial estate to perfecting his own home brews. It took another two centuries and a revolution of a different kind to bring brewing back to the Maryland shore. In 1989, Wild Goose bore the gospel of drinking local to Cambridge before falling victim to the first craft beer bubble. The next wave of high-gravity harbingers like Eastern Shore Brewing, Burley Oak and Evolution Craft Brewing fought to change collective palates and legislation allowing them to serve up their frosty pints. Beer bard and blogger Tony Russo taps into this full-bodied history while introducing the region's bold new batch of brewers.
Despite all of the positive changes at Eastern Shore, Moritz still has some
difficulties ahead. Distribution is a large problem. If you run out of kegs (which he
has in the past) the bar is less inclined to purchase your beer again, as they want
Author: Maureen O’Prey
This history begins with the earliest brewers in the colony—women—revealing details of the Old Line State’s brewing families and their methods. Stories never before told trace the effects of war, competition, the Industrial Revolution, Prohibition and changing political philosophies on the brewing industry. Some brewers persevered through crime, scandal and intrigue to play key roles in building their communities. Today’s craft brewers face a number of very different challenges, from monopolistic macro breweries and trademark quandaries to hop shortages, while attempting to establish their own legacies.
Next time you're wandering through southern Maryland and wondering where
good beer can be found, wonder (and wander) no longer. EASTERN SHORE
BREWING COMPANY 605 S. Talbot St., St. Michaels, MD 21663; (410) 745-8010
Author: Bryan J. Kolesar
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Beer Lover's Mid-Atlantic features regional breweries, brewpubs and beer bars in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland for those looking to seek out and celebrate the best brews--from bitter seasonal IPAs to rich, dark stouts. With quality beer producers popping up all over the nation, you don't have to travel very far to taste great beer; some of the best stuff is brewing right in the Mid-Atlantic. This comprehensive guides covers the entire beer experience for the proud, local enthusiast and the traveling visitor alike, including information on: - brewery and beer profiles with tasting notes- brewpubs and beer bars- events and festivals- food and brew-your-own beer recipes- city trip itineraries with bar crawl maps- regional food and beer pairings
Brewing. Rogue's Harbor Inn, 2079 East Shore Dr., Lansing NY 14882 (607) 533
-3535 • www.roguesharbor.com In 2011, ... And so Williams set up Rogues'
Harbor Brewing, a small (2-barrel) brewhouse in an outbuilding on the inn's
Author: Lew Bryson
Publisher: Stackpole Books
Revised and updated, this second edition features information for visitors to 89 breweries and brewpubs across the Empire State. • Each profile includes the brewery's story, styles of beer brewed, tours, food served, and special features • Author's "Pick" on the best beer to try at each site • Features on the brewing process, craft brewing, ales vs. lagers, local ingredients, and more
It is located on the eastern shore of Spain at the Mediterranean Sea. It was the
favorite “libertyport”for ... One fine sunny day, helicopters (aka helos) from one of
our support ships began bringing over pallet loads of beer. There were, from
what I ...
Author: John Rudolph
Join me on my first tour of duty in the Navy - what went on in Boot camp, the schools I attended, what life was really like on board an aircraft carrier that was better known for fires than anything else! Come with me on a haze gray and underway misadventure on a guided missile destroyer that had trouble shooting its own missiles (let alone torpedoes) and all of the unimaginable things that happened to me...the people I met and what I witnessed in between. Telling things as they happened, it's a hilarious, serious, yet very straightforward look at life as a Radioman in the U.S. Navy during the Cold War period (1980-1984). So set the sea and anchor detail, it's time to hit the high seas!
To understand the essence of this community , bring a well - thumbed Bible ,
leave your beer at home ( the sale of alcohol is ... In summertime on the Eastern
Shore , eating seafood becomes something akin to a religious enthusiasm ; and
Author: John R. Wennersten
Publisher: Cornell Maritime Press/Tidewater Publishers
""A hundred years ain't such a very long time on the Eastern Shore,"" local farmers and watermen used to say, and that is a telling refrain. Past and present mix easily on the Shore, and, in this respect, as well as in certain local customs and habits of language, the region is very much still an old-fashioned English society.Until fairly recently, the peninsula was one of the most geographically isolated regions on the Atlantic coast. In this isolated society, the most important factors have been agriculture, seafaring, and race--a blend of soil, sea, and soul. In his attempt to convey the special character of the region--before accelerating change affects its transformation--John Wennersten has used these themes as a framework for an absorbing narrative.His insights into how these elements affected the development of the area and its current character take the story of the Eastern Shore beyond mere facts and into the realm of socio-cultural history. This is a fascinating overview of an unusual--and perhaps vanishing--lifestyle. AUTHOR:
Easterday Supply Co. of California [ Subs . of American Building Maintenance
Industries ] 355 7th St. San Francisco , CA 94103 ... products - TGR ISLE O'GOLD
- Dairy product - TGR Eastern Industries Address unknown NUDE - Beer Eastern
Isles Inc. Address ... 03458 - CR (603)924-9571 Fax : (603)924-9138 EMS -
Camping equipment - CR Eastern Shore Seafood Products Inc. PO Box 38
Manufacturers, their addresses and Phone numbers, and the consumer products they produce.
Wild GOOSE BREWERY Where : At 20 Washington Street When : Open Monday
through Saturday , 10 a . m . to 3p . m . Phone : 410 - 221 - 1121 The producers of
Wild Goose Amber and Thomas Point Light beers offer tours ( and free ...
Author: Mary U. Corddry
Publisher: Literary House Press
The Literary House Press at Washington College publishes a range of general interest books and scholarly monographs. Its publications present literary, scientific, historic, journalistic, environmental, and public policy writings of the Chesapeake Bay region. As publisher for Washington College, the press also publishes scholarly monographs written by faculty or taken from lecture series at the college. In addition, Literary House Press publishes works of literary merit without regard to subject or setting. To the uninitiated the eastern shore of the Chesapeake Bay connotes images of a water-riddled, flat landscape. This guide-book expands on these primary features with anecdotal entries on dozens of places to go and things to see along the way. Former Eastern Shore correspondent for the Baltimore Sun, Corddry combines a reporter's eye for observation with a passionate interest in the people and history of the region. She writes as much for the wanderer as for the destination-bound traveler, covering cities and towns from Ocean City and Salisbury to the northern areas of Kent and Cecil counties.
In this respect Greece stood out: there is no reliable evidence that the Greeks
themselves drank beer before the ... to the north and west of Mesopotamia, the
valleys on the eastern shore of the Mediterranean, and the Nile Delta in Egypt.
Author: Rod Phillips
Publisher: UNC Press Books
Whether as wine, beer, or spirits, alcohol has had a constant and often controversial role in social life. In his innovative book on the attitudes toward and consumption of alcohol, Rod Phillips surveys a 9,000-year cultural and economic history, uncovering the tensions between alcoholic drinks as healthy staples of daily diets and as objects of social, political, and religious anxiety. In the urban centers of Europe and America, where it was seen as healthier than untreated water, alcohol gained a foothold as the drink of choice, but it has been more regulated by governmental and religious authorities more than any other commodity. As a potential source of social disruption, alcohol created volatile boundaries of acceptable and unacceptable consumption and broke through barriers of class, race, and gender. Phillips follows the ever-changing cultural meanings of these potent potables and makes the surprising argument that some societies have entered "post-alcohol" phases. His is the first book to examine and explain the meanings and effects of alcohol in such depth, from global and long-term perspectives.
They were seated innocently at their customary rear table, drinking beer like two
ordinary Eastern Shore watermen, when Otto Pflaum appeared. He still wore his
extra-thick pants, his heavy sweater with the double roll at the neck, and he ...
Author: James A. Michener
Publisher: Dial Press Trade Paperback
Showcasing the evocative artwork created by John Moll for this special edition, James A. Michener’s The Watermen is a unique tribute to the adventurous seafarers of the Chesapeake Bay. Excerpted from the Pulitzer Prize–winning author’s classic Chesapeake, this enthralling novel has a unity and a spirit all its own, telling the story of the bay and its wildlife, but especially of the watermen, from their favorite pastimes to their rivalries in hunting, oystering, racing, and fighting. Gorgeously illustrated, brilliantly conceived, The Watermen is a narrative and visual feast from one of America’s favorite storytellers. BONUS: This edition includes an excerpt from James A. Michener's Hawaii. Praise for Chesapeake “Another of James Michener’s great mines of narrative, character and lore.”—The Wall Street Journal “[A] marvelous panorama of history seen in the lives of symbolic people of the ages . . . an emotionally and intellectually appealing book.”—The Atlanta Journal-Constitution “Michener’s most ambitious work of fiction in theme and scope.”—The Philadelphia Inquirer “Magnificently written . . . one of those rare novels that is enthusiastically passed from friend to friend.”—Associated Press
... m/s in the azimuth N101 E and a gravity wave propagating in the shallow
waters off the eastern shore of St. Helena Bay. ... South Africa C. H. de Beer
Council of Geoscience, P.O. Box 572, Bellville 7535, South Africa north of Cape
Author: Ivica Vilibić
The book encompasses a set of papers on meteorological tsunamis covering various aspects on this rare but potentially destructive multiresonant phenomenon. Altogether an editorial and 15 contributions are part of this book; eight of the contributions deal with different aspects of meteotsunamis along the U.S. East Coast and in the region of the Great Lakes, including one paper introducing a new methodology in meteotsunami research. Seven more papers are documenting meteotsunamis in various coastal areas of the world oceans. All continents, except Antarctica, have been covered, with the authors representing 11 countries. Previously Published in Natural Hazards, Volume 74, No. 1, 2014
Gilly and his team arrived at the boat on their date of departure and found two
shrink-wrapped pallets of beer with a ... explorer, and marine biologist, found a
beach just north of Bahía Concepción—about midway up the eastern shore of the
Author: Michael Tennesen
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
“Simultaneously sobering and exhilarating, Michael Tennesen’s wide-ranging survey of disasters highlights both life’s fragility and its metamorphosing persistence” (Booklist) and describes what life on earth could look like after the next mass extinction. A growing number of scientists agree we are headed toward a mass extinction, perhaps in as little as 300 years. Already there have been five mass extinctions in the last 600 million years, including the Cretaceous Extinction, during which an asteroid knocked out the dinosaurs. Though these events were initially destructive, they were also prime movers of evolutionary change in nature. And we can see some of the warning signs of another extinction event coming, as our oceans lose both fish and oxygen, and our lands lose both predators and prey. In The Next Species, Michael Tennesen questions what life might be like after it happens. In thoughtful, provocative ways, Tennesen discusses the future of nature and whether humans will make it through the bottleneck of extinction. Could life suddenly get very big as it did before the arrival of humans? Could the conquest of Mars lead to another form of human? Could we upload our minds into a computer and live in a virtual reality? How would we recognize the next humans? Are they with us now? Tennesen delves into the history of the planet and travels to rainforests, canyons, craters, and caves all over the world to explore the potential winners and losers of the next era of evolution. His predictions, based on reports and interviews with top scientists, have vital implications for life on earth today. The Next Species is “an engrossing history of life, the dismal changes wrought by man, and a forecast of life after the sixth mass extinction” (Kirkus Reviews).