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Book details history of brewing in Fort Worth and Dallas

Fort Worth Star-Telegram“If you are at all interested in local brewing, two area writers are publishing a comprehensive history, North Texas BeerThe authors, Paul Hightower and Brian Brown, go back to the first short-lived attempts to run antebellum suds factories — by a Frenchman who stayed on after the demise of the utopian La Reunion community in Dallas and in Fort Worth by a failed Alabama politician named Nathaniel Terry who used his slaves to build the plant…” Continue reading

Business columnist Barry Shlachter’s brief review in his Fort Worth Star-Telegram column, “Shlachter, Baker & Kaskovich.”

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North Texas Beer: A Full-Bodied History of Brewing in Dallas, Fort Worth and Beyond

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