Bavarian beer purity law.
The first shipments of Bock out of what is now Hafbrauhaus..
Pale malts created by kilning with coke create first "pale"beers (actually more of an amber color). Plisner malt was not devoloped untill the 1800's
though it evolves slowly, Ralph Heartwood at Bell's brewery is said to have invented it in 1722
Paulaner releases Salvator for the first time to the public in Munich
First text published on brewing with a thermometer.
First steam engine installed in a London brewery
First published a study on brewing with a hydrometer.
Hodgson extends credit of 18 months to the ships' captains and holds the monopoly for 30 years
Daniel Whealer invents the Patent Malt Roaster
Indirect fire kilning introduced
Burton on Trent looses it's Baltic export market in 1921 at the same time as Hodgson's son tries to cut out the East India captains as shipping agents... Yoink!
First isolated by Emil Hanson at Carlsberg Laboratories in Copenhagen
Westmalle releases it's first strong brown ale and calls it "Dubbel"
First US brewery installs refrigeration (S. Liebman & Sons)
perhaps the first proprietary hops
Westmalle brews a 9.5%abv strong pale ale and calls it tripel
Kreuger Brewing co, NJ
Campaign for real ale
Hooray Jimmy Carter!
Oldest still functioning brewery in the world
Oldest Trappist Brewery
North america's oldest Brewery
Americas oldest operating Brewery
First pilsner introduced in Plzen
Piere Celis revives the witbier style at hoegaarten
Fritz Maytag bottles first modern release of the steam beer.
India gains independence.