Monthly Archives: March 2014

  1. The German Lager Defined

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    March 31, 2014 by Prost Brewing

    Lager Bier

    Literally, the german word “lager” translates to “storage.” So what does storage have to do with German lagers? Well, unlike …
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  2. America’s First German Beer “Castle” Garden

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    March 28, 2014 by Prost Brewing

    Immigrants at Castle Garden, New York City, 1866. Wood engraving in "Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper", 20 January 1866, vol. 21, p. 280-281.

    Biergartens (beer gardens) may have originated in Germany, but just like the bratwurst, beer gardens were brought to America by …
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  3. Spring into Prost’s Biergarten!

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    March 24, 2014 by Prost Brewing

    Prost Brewing's Biergarten in Denver

    Now that it is officially the spring season, it is time for you to begin to take your beer drinking …
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  4. The Brat’s Journey to America

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    March 21, 2014 by Prost Brewing

    Courtesy of: Kobako Under the license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/deed.en.

    If you have been reading the recent posts, you are now well versed on the history of the German bratwurst …
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  5. The Leprechaun was a Drunkard

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    March 17, 2014 by Prost Brewing

    Leprechaun

    We here at Prost are not looking to destroy your long-held image of the wee-little leprechaun dressed up in a …
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  6. The First German Monument to the Beloved Brat

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    March 14, 2014 by Prost Brewing

    Thuringian Brat; Photo Courtesy of: barfisch

    You are probably well aware, especially if you read the last blog post, of the Germans’ obsession over bratwursts. In …
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  7. The World’s Oldest Brat to accompany that German Lager

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    March 10, 2014 by Prost Brewing

    Frankische Bratwurst

    If you have been reading the recent blogs, you are well versed on the brewing history, culture, and unique German …
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