By Allen Winn Sneath
The Canadian brewing predates Confederation by way of 2 hundred years; Canada boasts the oldest, continually working brewery in North the United States. Canadian brewers have survived the persecution of the Temperance circulate and Prohibition, the nice melancholy, global Wars and the problem of unfastened alternate. this present day, brewing in Canada is a ten billion buck enterprise whose one consistent is change.
From its colonial prior to the microbrewery renaissance, Brewed in Canada is a passionate narrative of person strength, vibrant characters, relations rivalries and overseas possession. person tales inform of non-public good fortune and failure, bankruptcies, takeovers, consolidation and explanation. As males of effect, those brewers made major contributions to their neighborhood groups and the rustic. past the daily operation in their brewing company, a few may make their mark in politics, whereas others equipped church buildings, hospitals and helped identify universities. A dedication to neighborhood carrier - and to brewing excellence - keeps this day.
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