Searching Beer Brewing History in the United States
The Arizona State University Library has numerous resources for researching the history of beer brewing in the United States. This guide provides the tools to make the most of the resources here and how to find more information beyond the collections at Arizona State University. For more information on searching for other countries, see the History research guide.
There are several reference books with background information on brewing in the United States. To find additional reference material, you may search ASU Library One Search and limit by format to "reference."
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