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Get a sneak peek of “Naturally Brewed…” now—book release celebration September 20!

The word from our printer is we’ll soon be receiving advanced copies of Naturally Brewed, Naturally Better—and we can’t wait to show it off to you! The book’s 224 pages contain nearly 600 historic photos and lithographs, and you can click HERE to preview a portion of the book

We’re launching the book with an event at Clyde Iron Works on Thursday, September 20, starting at 7 p.m. Join authors Tony Dierckins and Pete Clure at Clyde Iron, just a block away from the historic site of the Duluth Brewing & Malting plant, once the pride of the West End (aka Lincoln Park). 

Dierckins will provide a presentation on the history of brewing with Lake Superior water from the 1869 until today—both the oldest and newest industry in the Twin Ports—and both he and Clure will sign copies of the softcover and limited-edition hardcover (not available in stores). 

And everyone who buys a book will receive a “Breweriana Collectors’ Starter Kit” containing a dozen vintage Fitger and Northern bottle and neck labels from the 1940 through 1960s (pictured below) while supplies last. 

The event is FREE and open to the public—and Clyde will have plenty of local craft beer available!

And if you can’t make that, during October Dierckins and Clure will be presenting on each of the Twin Ports’ four major historic breweries—Fitger’s, Duluth Brewing & Malting, Northern, and People’s—at venues throughout the Twin Ports. Click HERE for a complete listing of all our upcoming events, and click HERE to preview (or pre-purchase) the book.

We’ll be giving away “Twin Ports Breweriana Starter Kits” at our book events while supplies last. Includes bottle and neck labels from the 1940s through 1960s for Fitger’s Nordlager, Rex, Twins Lager, and regular “Fitger’s” as well as a Fitger’s Grape Soda and a Northern label from the 1960s.

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  1. Donna Scott on September 5, 2018 at 1:10 pm

    Love any news on Duluth having been born and raised in that great port — right on Park Point!

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