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Brewing in the city had been in decline, mostly because of the poor quality of the citys water supply. As the city expanded, the need for an improved water system became acute. So, in the city embarked on a massive project to bring water to Manhattan via a forty-one-mile aqueduct. It was completed five years laterjust as German brewers flooded into the city. Among those immigrants was a Bavarian brewer named George Gillig, who opened New Yorks first lager beer brewery in Initially, only German saloons and restaurants served lager beer and only Germans drank it, but this soon changed.

As New Yorkers began flocking to these establishments, other city saloons jumped on the lager wagon. By , New York had twenty-seven breweries, and many of them, such as Turtle Bay, Gilleys, and Schaefers, brew[ed] more than ten thousand barrels, of thirty gallons each, of lager beer in the course of the year, proclaimed an observer in the New York Tribune. These breweries produced 85, barrels, equivalent to 30 million gallons, which were distributed by 2, retail outlets, large hotels, and restaurants.

In September , the New York Times reported that a very large portion of the inhabitants of the City of New York, who a few months since, were in the habit of drinking one or more glasses of rum, gin or brandy, every day, are now using about the same number of glasses of lagerbier instead. Success By the start of the Civil War, there were 1, American breweries churning out more than 1 million barrels of beer annually. The American scientist and writer Lewis Feuchtwanger proclaimed lager beer to be the most popular drink in the United States and observed that large fortunes have been realized since its introduction into this country.

By , Pittsburgh had twenty-six lager beer breweries producing 28, barrels of beer annually. One was owned by Jacob Best, who had been brewing lager beer since Jacob Bests daughter married a steamship captain, Frederick Pabst, in Four years later, Pabst joined Best and Company in the brewing business. Best retired in and died three years later.

Pabst and partners took over the business, which by was the largest brewery in Milwaukee.

The companys name was not changed to the Pabst Brewing Company until His brewery would become the Miller Brewing Company. Joseph Schlitz, a bookkeeper in a small brewery owned by August Krug, eventually took over the brewery, which he renamed the Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company. In , Milwaukee breweries produced , barrels of lager; much of the beer was shipped downriver. Louis had twenty-four breweries producing 40, barrels of lager beer annually. Louis each year from Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, and other cities.

It seemed that most people in St.

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Louis, not just men, loved their. An observer wrote in that men and two-thirds of the women of the city, including all classes, orders and conditions, are beer drinkers. Very respectable people, not addicted to visiting saloons, will send for pitchers or buckets of beer. Louis, founded in , went heavily into debt; its major creditor was Eberhard Anheuser, a German immigrant who had arrived in St.

Louis in He had established a business that manufactured soap, by which he made enough money to invest in others businesses. Rather than sell the assets of the Bavarian Brewing Company, Anheuser took over its management in The company struggled through the turbulent times during the Civil War. Under Buschs guidance, the company expanded. By , the company was producing 17, barrels of beer; five years later, it topped 26, To increase sales, Busch launched a pilsner beer, which he called Budweiser because it was originally made of imported materials similar to those used in a brewery at Budweis, a small city in Bohemia today the Czech Republic.

Like Bavarians, Bohemians developed the use of bottom-fermenting yeast, and they invented a special process to make a pale lager beer. Busch claimed to have used this Bohemian process to make Budweiser beer. However it was made, sales were good and they have continued to be so ever since. After Anheusers death in , the company was renamed Anheuser-Busch. Sales surged in the late nineteenth century, and by the company was producing more than 1 million barrels.

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Beer Riot Chicago was another destination point for German immigrants. Two German immigrants, John Huck and John Schneider, are credited with starting one of the first lager breweries in that city in More breweries and saloons opened as German immigrants flooded into the city.

By , Chicago had about twenty lager breweries, producing , barrels of lager beer annually. A number of cities, including Chicago, had blue laws that prohibited. Temperance advocates pointed out that many German immigrants were going to saloons on Sundays rather than to church.

When a new mayor, Levi Boonewho was opposed to immigrants and had temperance leaningswas elected on March 6, , he enforced the Sunday closing laws. The mayor openly acknowledged that his goal was to drive immigrant saloon owners out of business. In response, an estimated German immigrants gathered in downtown Chicago on April 21 to protest the Sunday enforcement, fees, and renewal schedule. The demonstrators were met with a phalanx of police, who broke up the demonstration. Newspapers called the incident the Lager Beer Riot. The following year, Mayor Boone was defeated and the requirements were repealed.

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New York City banned the sale of liquor on Sunday in , causing some Germansmany of them political refugees from Germanys failed revolutionto rally, proclaiming Liberty and lagerbeir! Others just crossed the Hudson River to New Jersey, where there were plenty of breweries, beer gardens, and saloons open on Sundays. But it did, in fact, find a mainstream market. Lager beer was not as bitter as porter or as sour as the ales of the time. Lager also had a more appealing look.

Drinking History: Fifteen Turning Points in the Making of American Beverages by Andrew F. Smith

Porter and ales were muddy and were typically drunk in porcelain or pewter mugs. Lager, though, was served in large glass mugs, which accentuated the beers sparkling golden color and clarity.

Unlike other beers, lager also could be stored for months; even after barrels were tapped, the beer lasted longer without spoiling. Temperance advocates were uniformly opposed to hard liquorparticularly rum, whiskey and brandybut many were ambivalent about wine and beer. Some temperance leaders even supported beer as a nutritious alternative to whiskey and rum. During the late eighteenth century, Benjamin Rush, Americas foremost medical professional of the day, supported the consumption of beer.

In the early nineteenth century, however, many temperance advocates turned against beer as well. When lager. Many lager drinkers asserted that lager was not as intoxicating as other alcoholic beverages and that it had considerable nutritional value. Medical professionals gladly hailed its advent among us, even with the possibilities of its being used to excess. The Sons of Temperance passed a resolution that their members could not without violation of their obligations, use it as a beverage. In , Americans drank slightly more than 1 gallon of beer per person annually. By , this figure had more than tripled to 3.

Prior to the Civil War, lager beer consumption had been largely restricted to cities with German immigrant populations. But the Civil War, which began in , exposed soldiers and sailors to lager beer in cities far from their homes. Many Germans served in the Union Army, and they were often supplied with lager beer.

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When the war ended, lager beer had a host of new partisans as a result of exposure to it during the war. One German immigrant who served in the U.


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After the Civil War, Schueler moved to Denver, Colorado, where he went into the confectionary business. In , he met another immigrant, Adolph Kuhrs, who had served a three-year apprenticeship in a brewery in Germany before coming to the United States in Kuhrs changed the spelling of his last name to Coors and, together with Schueler, launched a brewery in Golden, Colorado, in By , beer consumption in the United States had increased to 6. Previously, beer was mainly. Bottled beer had a longer shelf life; moreover, the bottling of beer, along with refrigeration, made it possible for grocery stores and other retail outlets to sell beer and thus made it easier for people to drink beer at home.

Other companies began promoting their bottled beer. In , Pabst tied a blue ribbon around the neck of its bottles and called it Select. Centennial In , the United States celebrated its centennial with an international exposition in Philadelphia. A number of American breweries, such as Joseph Schlitz and Valentine Blatz of Milwaukee, submitted bottled beer to a competition at the Philadelphia exposition, and many lager beers received awards. Bottled imported German beer was exhibited as well, and Bavaria was hailed as the land of lager.

If a visitor to the exposition wanted to sample lager beer, that too was possible. Temperance advocates persuaded organizers to ban the sale of hard liquor at the Centennial Exposition, which upset many who concluded that Puritans were running the Centennial. But wine and beer were permitted, which annoyed temperance leaders who had concluded that lager beer was just as bad as hard liquor.

As it turned out, the summer of was an extremely hot one, and the lager beer stands at the Centennial Exposition were thronged with customers. Restaurateur Philip J. It was a good investment.

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The restaurant at the three-acre facility could seat 1, customers simultaneously. Thousands more could sit and drink lager in the beer garden, where a German band serenaded customers. As a writer in Scribners Magazine put it, The consumption of lager here is simply amazing. When the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition closed, more than 10 million visitors had passed through its gates, and many of them had sampled.

When they returned home, they wanted to be able to buy lager locally. Thanks to the nations expanding railroad system, it was possible for many communities to acquire lager beer.