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Maureen Ogle on the return of beer in April 1933

Maureen Ogle, who wrote Ambitious Brew (2006), contributed an op-ed essay in the Los Angeles Times on the 75th anniversary of the return of (legal, albeit weak) beer for the refreshment of American drinkers. For more, see here. Dr. Ogle also offered several related posts on her blog here.

Posted by David Fahey on April 8, 2008 at 08:18 PM in Beer, Prohibition, United States | Permalink