Starting the craft beer revolution

David Gura May 26, 2014
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Starting the craft beer revolution

David Gura May 26, 2014
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Fritz Maytag, an heir to the Maytag family fortune, saved the Anchor Brewing Company from bankruptcy back in 1965. And he did it by making beers that were, shall we say, more complex than what was widely available back then.

Steve Hindy credits Maytag with starting, “The Craft Beer Revolution.” That’s the title of his new book.

And Steve isn’t just an author; he’s the co-founder of the Brooklyn Brewery.

Click play on the audio player above to hear the whole interview.

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