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The most very important yet little-known points of early American historical past used to be beer's position within the founding of our state and its youth. The definitive account of beer's effect on humans and occasions that formed the beginning of a kingdom will astonish readers

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Beer in America : the early years, 1587-1840 : beer's role in the settling of America and the birth of a nation

The most vital yet little-known points of early American background was once beer's function within the founding of our state and its adolescence. The definitive account of beer's impression on humans and occasions that formed the delivery of a state will astonish readers

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In colonial times people didn’t go to trial, the trial came to them. Traveling judges “rode the circuit,” and one of them, Judge Samuel Sewall (best remembered as writing 37 Part One the first American protest to slavery, “The Selling of Joseph”), kept an extensive diary of his travels on the circuit from 1674 to 1725. Sewall was the original responsible drinker: once he checked into a tavern, his horse stayed for the night. His journal contained thousands of entries, but curiously his mention of taverns when at home was restricted to rare occasions, such as a 1697 dinner with a “company of Young Merchants” who entertained the Governor and council at a favorite Boston watering hole, Monck’s Blue Anchor Tavern.

Rations were often extremely limited or nonexistent. By 1639 the students were nearly revolting. 22 Beer continued to play a central role at Harvard. In a tradition borrowed from the great universities of England, it was a common staple of the school. Within the college rules of 1667 were instructions on the operation of the college brewery to furnish both small and strong beer. Furthermore, it directed the college butler in his beer-related duties: “[The butler] receiving his Beer from the steward, single beer at 2 shill.

Immigrants flocked to Pennsylvania for two reasons. First was the opportunity to 49 Part One obtain inexpensive land. Second, but of equal importance, was the fact that Penn’s charter promoted self-government and religious tolerance. Freedom was what attracted a large German population, among other groups. Naturally the new arrivals carried the culture and traditions of their old country, as did others before them. For the Germans and other northern Europeans that meant beer. Breweries prospered and the population expanded rapidly.

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