Book Review: Anna Blessing’s Locally brewed


The publishing company behind “Locally Brewed: Portraits of Craft Breweries from America’s Heartland” by Anna Blessing reached out to me and sent me a copy of the book to review. I’m pretty glad they did because this was a fun and enjoyable read. The short description is that the author visited breweries from Ohio to Minnesota, some small ones and some of the most famous in the country, to interview the owners or head brewers for the story about the brewery. Here’s the blurb:

Craft brewing has exploded in popularity over the last two decades as beer
fanatics and average drinkers alike gravitate to unique, flavorful,
independently produced brews. Locally Brewed celebrates this movement,
profiling 20 Midwestern-based breweries through interviews, photos, and
great-looking artwork.

Anna Blessing Locally Brewed


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