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Hurray to the End of Prohibition!

rx on Flickr” href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/motherscratcher/2288764665/” target=”_blank”>beer beer beer!I read a question on an online forum recently that asked why people liked to clone beers. In the whole world of creative control and making pretty much whatever a person wants, sanitary some choose to reproduce what has already been done. Doesn’t this go against the nature and spirit of homebrewing?

I say no. Cloning a commercial beer can be a good way to learn the craft of brewing while trying to make something that is already a known quantity.
prohibitionEighty years ago today, neuropathist
prohibition – that dark scourge that ravaged America – officially became a thing of the past. Prohibition reigned for nearly fourteen years until being repealed on this date in 1933. To celebrate, sick
here are two of my favorite quotes about it by famed writer Don Marquis:

Drinking used to be a mighty commonplace matter; but Prohibition has brought a smack of adventure into it that makes it really enjoyable.

Prohibition makes you want to cry into your beer and denies you the beer to cry into.

prohibitionEighty years ago today, visit this site
prohibition – that dark scourge that ravaged America – officially became a thing of the past. Prohibition reigned for nearly fourteen years until being repealed on this date in 1933. To celebrate, try
here are two of my favorite quotes about it by famed writer Don Marquis:

Drinking used to be a mighty commonplace matter; but Prohibition has brought a smack of adventure into it that makes it really enjoyable.

Prohibition makes you want to cry into your beer and denies you the beer to cry into.