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     March 23, 2018      #92-81 PB1

50 years of beer at Schuster Brewing Company

50 años de cerveza en Schuster Brewing Company

Story by Anne Halliwell; Research and ideas from Chris Boes and Doug Hoverson, and from Amy Hahn’s book Lost Rochester; Photos courtesy Post Bulletin archives, History Center of Olmsted County, The W. Bruce Fye Center for the History of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, and Chris Boes


By 1910, the Schuster Brewing Company—a sprawling five-story brewhouse surrounded by numerous outbuildings at the corner of First Avenue and Fourth Street Southwest—was producing 10 million bottles of beer and tonic per year and shipping it to two dozen states. The brewery, one of the city’s largest businesses, employed 50 ...

Location: Mystery Cave Road, Spring Valley Website: https://www.dnr.state.mn.us/state_parks/park.html?id=spk00148#homepage Discovered: 1937 Interesting facts: The cave is the longest cave in Minnesota spanning 13 miles underground. In the cave are stalactites, stalagmites, flowstone, fossils, and underground pools. The temperature in the cave is a cool 48 degrees. Seven guided tours are available with park naturalists.
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Anne Halliwell