The Disciples of King Gambrinus, Volume II: Capitalists and Town Fathers (Volume 2)
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While many men toiled over rock veins in the mountains of Idaho seeking a fortune from golden metal flakes, others toiled in towns over boiling kettles turning flakes of malted barley into a golden elixir they hoped would make their fortune.For the men in this book that dream came true—beer produced solid income.This second volume of the Disciples of Gambrinus Series tells the life stories of successful beer brewers from throughout the Gem State.The money earned selling beer enabled these men to diversify their financial and other interests. These were men who introduced brick construction, patented inventions, built great hotels, raised outstanding families, owned ranches, stimulated grain growing, served as city councilmen and mayors, and gave back to their home towns a full measure of service. These men had very human problems and imperfections but they persevered. Gambrinus was a mythical King who introduced brewing to Europe.Every Nineteenth Century brewer felt himself allied with the legendary founder of his profession.Immerse yourself in a different side of the story of Idaho, and a new side of the history of American brewing, in Volume II of the Disciples of King Gambrinus:Capitalists and Town Fathers.About the Author:
Herman Wiley Ronnenberg, Ph.D. author of Pioneer Mother on the River of No Return, The Life of Isabella Kelly Benedict Robie; The Politics of Assimilation; Beer and Brewing in the Inland Northwest; John Lemp: The Beer Baron of Boise; The Disciples of KIng Gambrinus Volume I, Twenty-Five Unfortunate Lives; Jeanette Manuel,The Life and Legend of the Belle of Fabulous Florence; Material Culture of Breweries.
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