A beer festival?
Well, the first beer festival I heard of was the one that took place in the 1930s, at the home of the brewers of Budweiser, but it’s not exactly a festival.
It’s called a “Breweries of Beer and Wine Show.”
In addition to beer and wine, the event attracts food vendors, dancers, artists and musicians, and a “distillery of beer.”
You might think it’s a beer festival but it isn’t.
Here’s what it is, according to the website:The first beer and whiskey festival I ever heard of, though, was a real one.
The one that featured the best of the beer industry, not the beer that comes out of your kitchen.
It was in 1949, when the brewers at MillerCoors, founded in the mid-1930s by Sam Miller, and William Clark, founded by his wife, Mary, hosted a beer-festival of sorts.
The event featured a huge selection of beer, from local breweries to big national brands.
(MillerCoors and Clark were later sold to a German company.)
At the time, beer was considered “a luxury,” a luxury that most people could afford to indulge in, not a luxury to be enjoyed with friends.
But with beer’s rise to the top of the liquor market, the popularity of a beer event that featured local brewers and a big national brand, along with the growing popularity of the cocktail and food world, beer became increasingly popular.
The Brewers Association, a trade group representing more than 20,000 U.S. breweries, has said that beer is now “the single largest source of beer in the U., with about two-thirds of the global beer market.”
That growth has come despite the fact that beer consumption has been falling for decades.
According to the U of T’s Beer Institute, U. of T students have drunk more than a third of all beer in Canada in the past 20 years, up from less than one-third in the 1970s.
And the growth of the food and beverage world has meant that the beer business is a more profitable and viable part of the economy.
It may not be the “best beer,” but it sure is a lot more fun.