American Brewers' Review; A Monthly Journal Devoted to the Science and Practice of Brewing Volume 22

 
9781230086651: American Brewers' Review; A Monthly Journal Devoted to the Science and Practice of Brewing Volume 22

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 edition. Excerpt: ... Committee to the Manufacturers' and Dealers' Club of Chicago, and by that organization submitted to the United States Brewers' Association as a suggestion for a resolution. The upshot of the whole situation is that, in vulgar parlance, "it is up to the brewer to make good." To the full extent of which public sentiment will permit he must lend his efforts to a thorough and permanent clean-up. As the newspaper editorials quoted in this issue show, nine out of every ten newspapers give him credit for sincerity. His reputation for sincerity is at stake, and he can maintain it only by redeeming the pledge given in the Milwaukee platform. The Milwaukee convention noteworthy in many ways. A full discussion of the various features would take more time than the reader can be expected to devote to the matter. But there are a few features that I cannot pass by. The letter from. G. H.RTMANN, of /Vilmington was peculiarly interesting because it rbrought a practical demonstration and a well sustained argument in favor of my contention that publicity work is the most important and essential part of the duties before the brewers. It showed how-publicity was far more effective than political work, and emphasized the need of informing public opinion first, before attempts are made to crystalize opinion into legislation. Other interesting features of the Milwaukee convention. Another interesting feature was RunOLPH BR.-N1)'S talk on the treating habit in which he declared the abolition of that custom would go farther than anything else towards the solution of the temperance problem. Typical of the man was WM. HAMM's exposition of the aims of the Anti-Saloon League and the nature of their local option pretences. In...

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