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18th Century Brewery Walkthrough

We have a very special episode today! Brian Nagel, from Genesee Country Village & Museum in Mumford, NY, takes us on a tour of The 1803 Walter Grieve’s Brewery located on the site. Brewing beer played such an important roll during this time in history, and the amazing presentation of the brewing process is a must-see for anyone who enjoys history as well as the art of brewing. If you’re ever in the Rochester, NY, area, be sure to put Genesee Country Village & Museum on your itinerary! you won’t regret it!

Genesee Country Village and Museum – https://www.gcv.org/

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  1. I really hope that breweries played an important ROLE in history. I like rolls. They’re yummy. I love beer brats on potato rolls. But I don’t normally look for rolls in a brewery.

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