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Beverwyck Brewing Company of Albany, NY opened its doors in 1878 and continued production of beer and ale until prohibition struck in 1920. Like many other breweries of the era, Beverwyck survived prohibition by acquiring a license to produce non-alcoholic beverages. Reopening in 1933, Beverwyck produced six brews (including this Irish Cream Ale) until the early 1950s when it was acquired by F&M Schaefer Brewing company.

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