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It’s 1984, and in America’s “Happy Valley” one local attorney is confronting an Orwellian dystopia in beer. Only five years have passed since the lifting of the prohibition against home brewing, and America’s palate atrophies from commercial sameness. In “The Birth of the Craft Brew Revolution” Dr. Ben Novak presents his complete collection of 71 columns first published in the Centre Daily Times on the joys of beer. As fresh and accessible now as then, this collection will especially delight those reflexively anti-drink, the student who loves its effects but is dumb to its essence, historians and lovers of Central Pennsylvania’s Nittany Valley, and all those who think of beer as little more than another amusement on the adventure of life.
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