Foreign Correspondent Moose in Germany

This is the Haasen-Brau brewery again showing an upgrade to the refrigeration. Moose tells me they stopped brewing in this particular building around 1940. Herhart, the 3rd generation continued to brew in a different building on the property until 8 years ago before he was bought out by Winkler, a larger local brewery.

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2 comments (click to read or post):

  1. My first visit to Straub in St. Marys, around 1981, included a peek at what may have been the only still-functioning Baudelot (waterfall) wort cooler in the U.S. When I returned the next year with a camera, it was gone.

    There is also one featured in the 1930 German brewery film posted here recently. This post on refrigeration upgrades brought back that memory. Thanks, Bil!

  2. Thanks Sam....Baudelot...I'll have to google that one.....very interesting and insightful as usual.


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