The second chapter of this book is entitled, “The Work of Women and Slaves,” and the rest of the book continues to be inclusive. This story is told in chronological order offering a fascinating historical perspective. Yet it also pays careful attention to the present, as well, including the “Brew Ridge Trail” through the shadows of the Blue Ridge Mountains! Perfect for those who enjoy their beer through their eye balls and brain as well as through their lips and tummies. Lee Graves, the author,
Is well qualified to write this book. Beginning in 1996, he wrote a weekly column about beer for the Richmond Times-Dispatch which was syndicated for several years. He is also the author of a book about Richmond beer.
Charleston, South Carolina: American Palate/The History Press, 2017. 172 pages with both black-and-white and full color photos, an Index, Bibliography, and Appendix. Trade paperback