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    A Barrel of Fun...Continued on Page 2

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    Beer is living proof that God loves usand wants us to be happy.

    - Benjamin Franklin

    Americans the 21-and-over-crowd drank almost 29 gallons of beer per person in 2010, making beer a boon to the economy. The industry contributed more than $223 billion to the U.S. economy in 2010, including $44.7 billion in business, personal and consumption taxes; and employed more than 1.8 million Americans, which accounted for about $71.2 billion in wages.

    Alongside humans, beer has evolved from a staple on Noahs Ark to a key industry worldwide.

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    ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 2011

    PUBLISHED BYFUNDER ENLIGHTENING, INC.

    George Wilkins - Publisher

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    BEER BEFORE BREAD Humans made beer out of grain and water before they learned to make bread. Individual cultures developed beers using a variety of grains. Afri-cans used millet, Chinese used wheat, Japanese used rice and Egyptians used barley.

    Brewers didnt use todays main in-gredient in beer hops until 1,000 AD.

    The glass was half-full until the in-vention of refrigeration, automatic bot-tling and pasteurization, which made brewing beer a commercial industry.

    David G. Yuengling established the first brewery Eagle Brewery in the U.S. in Pottsville, Penn., in 1829. Yuengling changed the brewerys name in 1873 to D.G. Yuengling & Son, and during the 13-year Prohibition era, they survived by brewing near beer. Today, the brew-

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    BEER COLORADOColorado Gov. John Hickenlooper once said, Beer is in Denvers DNA. He should know before Hickenlooper ascended (or as some would say de-scended) into politics, he was owner of the first brewpub in Colorado the Wynkoop Brewing Co.

    In 1868, a smart brewing apprentice in Germany named Adolph Coors immi-grated to the U.S. in search of the best place to establish his own brewery. His journey led him to Golden, Colo., where he discovered quality water from the Rocky Mountains. Coors and his partner, Jacob Schueler, opened the Coors Brewing Co. Coors bought out his partner in 1880 and became the sole owner. In 1893, Coors won its first award at the Chicago World Fair.

    Coors survived Prohibition, focusing on malted milk, near beer and porce-lain. From 1873 to 1991, Coors distri-

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    In 2008, the Miller Brewing Co. joined forces with Coors and established Miller/Coors.

    In Colorado, the beer industry con-tributes $12 billion to the economy, employs about 67,000 people, pays $3 billion in wages; and $1.6 billion in federal and local taxes.

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    First place in beer consumption goes to New Hampshire. It appears that a cold beer is as good in the winter as it is in the summer because the next three states known for frigid temps come in at No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4, respective-ly: North Dakota, Montana and South Dakota. The rankings also reflect that states with fewer people are consuming larger quantities of beer than the more populated states. Not much else to do in the Dakotas and Montana?

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    There are a few surprises at the other end of the beer-drinking spectrum. However, Utah coming in at No. 51 is not too hard to imagine. Connecticut is No. 50 on the list,