Stroh’s American Lager
Detroit’s iconic Stroh’s beer will once again be made in the Motor City, starting next month. Stroh’s Lager and Light brands have long been available for sale in Michigan, but are made in Trenton, Ohio. Stroh’s was founded in 1850 in Detroit and was a family-owned business until 1999, when it was sold to Pabst.
In 1975, Miller Brewing acquired the North American rights to Löwenbräu . After two years of exports, Miller began brewing Löwenbräu domestically with an Americanized recipe, and exports of Munich Löwenbräu to North America ceased. Today, Löwenbräu has one of the oldest beer gardens in Munich.
Schlitz closed its Milwaukee brewery in 1981. It would eventually be redeveloped into an office park known as “ Schlitz Park.” In 1982, the company was purchased by the Stroh Brewery Company and later, in 1999, sold to the Pabst Brewing Company, which produces the Schlitz brand today.
Under the agreement, Pabst will gradually transfer from 2021 until 2024 its production from MillerCoors to City Brewing. In 1996 Pabst , once one of the largest breweries in the United States closed down its production in Milwaukee after 152 years.
Heileman Brewing Company in 1983. Through a series of consolidations, it was acquired by Pabst Brewing Company in 1999; the Tumwater brewery was closed in 2003. Olympia Brewing Company.
|Tumwater brewery in 1989|
|Headquarters||Los Angeles, California|
|Owner||Pabst Brewing Company|
|Website||olympia – beer .com|
Shortly after ceasing all operations in 1959, Pabst purchased the Blatz brands, and relaunched the brand as a craft-style beer , true to the high-quality style that Valetin Blatz espoused. Today, Blatz continues to be recognized for its quality and tradition.
This year, Hamm’s took bronze in the American-Style Lager or American-Style Cream Ale category of the World Beer Cup as judged by the Brewers Association. In 2017, a group of craft brewers tabbed Hamm’s as the best macro beer in its blind tasting.
It operated the plant until it was absorbed by Pabst Brewing Company in 1999. When Pabst opted to become a “virtual brewer”, it sold the plant to Diageo just two years later. Schaefer Beer .
|Manufacturer||F. & M. Schaefer Brewing Company|