Munch And Learn: Goldcrest 51: Finest Beer You Ever Tasted; Memphis' Own Tennessee Brewing Company Before, During And After Prohibition

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Munch And Learn: Goldcrest 51: Finest Beer You Ever Tasted; Memphis' Own Tennessee Brewing Company Before, During And After Prohibition
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Kenn Flemmons, recreator of Goldcrest 51 and Author of Goldcrest 51 Beer: Finest Beer You Ever Tasted A look back at the State of Tennessee's largest brewery, how Prohibition nearly killed it and the recent re-birth of its flagship brand, Goldcrest 51 Beer.

October 28 was when the Volstead Act went into effect. The National Prohibition Act, known informally as the Volstead Act, was enacted to carry out the intent of the Eighteenth Amendment, which established prohibition in the United States. The Anti-Saloon League's Wayne Wheeler conceived and drafted the bill, which was named for Andrew Volstead, Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, who managed the legislation.

This brown-bag lecture series features local artists, experts and the Dixon Gallery and Gardens staff sharing their expertise on a variety of topics. Free for members and students with ID.
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