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Brewing revolution : pioneering the craft beer movement, Frank Appleton

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Brewing revolution : pioneering the craft beer movement
Title
Brewing revolution
Title remainder
pioneering the craft beer movement
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Frank Appleton
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eng
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The inspiring story behind today's craft beer revolution is the subject of this lively memoir by Frank Appleton, the English-trained brewmaster who is considered by many to be the father of Canada's craft-brewing movement. Appleton chronicles fifty years in the brewing business, from his early years working for one of the major breweries, to his part in establishing the first cottage brewery in Canada, to a forward look at the craft-beer industry in an ever more competitive market. Disillusioned with the Canadian brewing scene in the early 1970s, when three huge companies controlled 90 percent of the market and marketers and accountants made the decisions on what products to make, not the brewmasters, Appleton decided to "drop out" and brew his own beer while homesteading in the interior of British Columbia. He made a meagre living as a freelance writer, and his article entitled "The Underground Brewmaster" sparked the interest of John Mitchell, co-founder of the Troller Pub in Horseshoe Bay, BC. Their partnership launched the Horseshoe Bay Brewery in June 1982, the first of its kind in the country, serving the iconic Bay Ale brewed from Appleton's recipe. Covering a range of topics, such as the difficulty of steering beer drinkers away from the "Big Boys" breweries and struggles with the BC Liquor Control Board, as well as brewing plant design and the complexities of the malting process, Brewing Revolution touches upon the foundation of what shaped the craft-beer industry in Canada. Appleton's passion and innovation opened the gates for the scores of brewpubs and microbreweries that were to follow in both Canada and the US, and his story is of interest to anyone excited by today's craft-beer revival
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Title
Brewing revolution
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Summary
A memoir by Frank Appleton, the English-trained brewmaster who is considered by many to be the father of Canada's craft-brewing movement.
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autobiography
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10544551
Cataloging source
NLC
Dewey number
338.7/6633092
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
TP573.5.A77
LC item number
A3 2016
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
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adult
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Frank Appleton
Brewing revolution : pioneering the craft beer movement, Frank Appleton
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Brewing revolution : pioneering the craft beer movement, Frank Appleton
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 206-209)
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nc
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text
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Contents
Early days in industrial microbiology -- The dream job -- Uncle Ben Ginter -- Deckine and fall -- The sinking of the great ship CBL -- Homesteading, writing and ... John Mitchell -- We get our licence and Bay Ale is born -- A tale of two cities' brewpubs -- Brewing plant design -- Brewing in the USA -- Swans and Yaletown Brewing -- The French connection -- Sea to sky -- Want to be a brewmaster? -- Where to from here?
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23 cm
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Extent
210 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates
Isbn
9781550177824
Lccn
2016435135
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
cat13rev
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illustrations
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