Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Tuesday Press Release

Here is an item to post on your page. Beer related, history related, Fauerbach related, and totally self serving. :)

Check out Doug Moe's column from yesterday's State Journal.

http://www.madison.com/wsj/home/column/moe/437556

Neil Fauerbach
Fauerbach Brewery

Ed Note: A clip from the article, so you know what you're clicking on:
Fauerbach, who with his brother, David Fauerbach, and their cousin, Peter Fauerbach, four years ago resurrected the fine Madison beer that bears their name, wants to try to identify as many people as he can in the photo accompanying today's column.

The photo was taken at the Fauerbach Brewery at the corner of Williamson and Blount streets on April 7, 1933 -- the day Prohibition was repealed, making it legal to drink beer in Madison for the first time in more than a decade.
Hopefully you can help Neil and the Fauerbach folks out; this is an historic and iconic photo of Madison and the repeal of prohibition.

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