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Thursday, March 19, 2015
On Monday, April 27, The History Press will add Upper Peninsula Beer: A History of Brewing Above the Bridge to its catalogue. Brewing came to the Upper Peninsula in the 1600s, when French fur traders substituted pine needles for hops in batches of spruce beer. Promoted as a health drink, the evergreen suds remained in favor with the British army when it occupied the region.
Published in Beer Education