Defunct brewery companies of the United States: Pearl Brewing Company, Stroh Brewery Company, Bosch Brewing Company, Rainier Brewing Company

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9781155177038: Defunct brewery companies of the United States: Pearl Brewing Company, Stroh Brewery Company, Bosch Brewing Company, Rainier Brewing Company
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 41. Chapters: Pearl Brewing Company, Stroh Brewery Company, Bosch Brewing Company, Rainier Brewing Company, Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company, Fitger Brewing Company, Ballantine Brewery, Falls City Brewing Company, Weinhard Brewery Complex, Falstaff Brewing Corporation, Independent Brewing Company of Pittsburgh, Hamm's Brewery, American Brewery, Lone Star Brewing Company, G. Heileman Brewing Company, Olympia Brewing Company, Krug Brewery, James Page Brewing Company, Bavarian Brewing Company, Tennessee Brewery, Valentin Blatz Brewing Company, The Lembeck and Betz Eagle Brewing Company, Schoenhofen Brewery Historic District, Metz Brewery, Sweetwater Brewery, Dubuque Star Brewery, Goebel Brewing Company, Mayfield Brewery, Rio Salado Brewing Company, Olympia Brewery, Kingsbury Breweries Company, Quinnipiac Brewery, Tivoli Brewery Company, Haffenreffer Brewery, Gottfried Krueger Brewing Company, Pabst Brewery Complex, John F. Betz & Sons Brewery, Southwestern Brewery and Ice Company, Jordan Brewery Ruins, Walter Brewing Company, Manhattan Brewing Company of New York, Reisch Beer, Periolat brewery, Fuhrmann & Schmidt Brewing Company. Excerpt: The Pearl Brewing Company (also known as the Pearl Brewery or just Pearl) was an American brewery, established in 1883 in San Antonio, Texas. In 1985, Pearl's parent company purchased the Pabst Brewing Company and assumed the Pabst name. In 1999, the Pabst Brewing Company began transferring its production to Miller Brewing, on a contract basis, and closing all of its breweries. Pearl beer is still in production at Miller's Ft. Worth, Texas facility, but the Pearl Brewery in San Antonio was closed in 2001. Since then, the former brewery was purchased by Silver Ventures, Inc., which has made the property the crown jewel in revitalization efforts of northern downtown San Antonio. Original Behloradsky/Ci...

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