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1 Ambitious Brew: The Story of American Beer
Ogle, Maureen

Harcourt, Inc. New York 2006
Hard Cover
Near Fine, Very Good
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
First Edition
0151010129 / 9780151010127
Signed by Author

N1 - A first edition hardcover book signed by author in near fine condition that has some bumped corners in very good dust jacket that is mylar protected, wrinkling and some chipping on the edges and light shelf wear. With panoramic scope and sweep, Maureen Ogle creates a riveting portrait of the innovators and entrepreneurs behind our familiar brews and restores an essential piece of our American story. 9.5"x6.5", 422 pages. Satisfaction Guaranteed. EC34405BB 
Price: 45.00 USD
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Schultz and Dooley Festival, The Brewery Shop
2 Schultz and Dooley Festival
The Brewery Shop

The Brewery Shop Utica, New York, USA 
VHS Video Tape
Very Good, Very Good
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

VHS Video Tape

B2 - An NTSC VHS Hi-Fi Stereo black and white 30 minute video tape in very good condition in a paperboard sleeve in very good condition that both have some light wear. The tape is guaranteed to play without any problems and its case shows only very light overall shelf wear. A collection of more than two dozen of the original black and white Schultz and Dooley 'talking stein' TV commercials for Utica Club beer from 1959 to 1964. The steins' performances were managed by professional puppeteers, the Bill Baird puppet troupe, and the voices of all the stein 'characters' were provided by comedian Jonathan Winters. Mitch Lee composed the background music and jingles for the commercials and later went on to write the Broadway hit 'Man of La Mancha'. Two of these commercials won first and second place in the 1960 Venice International Film Festival, others won top honors at the Cannes Film Festival, several awards from the Art’s Director’s Club, and a Clio award for Best Television Commercial. Utica Club was the first beer officially sold after Prohibition ended with the repeal of the 18th Ammendment in 1933. It is a pale lager first introduced in 1888 by the West End Brewing Company, now called the Matt Brewing Company. Utica Club is the main beer in the brewery's selection of its Saranac line of beers. Matt Brewing Company is the fourth oldest family-owned brewery in the United States. It is located in the foothills of the Adirondack Moutains in Utica, New York. Utica Club is best known for these TV advertising campaign featuring Schultz and Dooley. They were the brainstorm of David Reider of the DBB (Doyle Dane Bernbach) advertising agency. DBB's creativity is particularly well known for their 1959 'Think Small' series of Volkswagen ads which are widely recognized as having revolutionized advertising at the time. The other characters in the Schultzx and Dooley commercials were Farmer Mugee, The Countess, Officer Sudds, Bubbles LaBrew, Old Man Stein, Cousin Emma, Sir Oliver Wendel Foams, Uncle Rudolph, Moonman and U-Cee. West End Brewery took advantage of the popularity of this advertising campaign by initially importing 5,000 sets of Schultz and Dooley ceramic steins in 1959 from King Werk (Wüfel and Müller GmbH). Over time every character appearing in the original Schultz and Dooley TV commercials has been issued as a collectible stein. The final stein completing the series was the Moonman stein in 1995. 30 minutes. Satisfaction Guaranteed. AV0009 
Price: 18.00 USD
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3 The Dangerous Husband
Shapiro, Jane

Little, Brown & Company New York, New York, USA 1999
Trade Paperback
Very Good+, No Dust Jacket

Advanced Reading Copy (ARC)

CB5 - A first edition advance reading copy (ARC)/uncorrected proof book in very good+ condition with no dust jacket as issued (trade paperback). An unread, tight, clean, sound copy in color wraps with only very minor overall shelf wear. A comic novel about a marriage that does not seem to be like everyone else's. It has an atmosphere where something shattering always seems about to happen. The story is set in New York of the 1990s amid artists and writers and the main character is a photographer. It is a world of elegant dinner parties at chic apartments but beneath the surface of this polished world things are not quite right and there is this expectation of trouble brewing. By the author of "After Moondog." 240p. SCW02314 
Price: 5.00 USD
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4 Travelling Light
Barich, Bill

Penguin Books New York, New York, USA 1985
Trade Paperback
Very Good, No Jacket as Issued
12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall

014007418X / 9780140074185

BH2 - A trade paperback book in very good condition. A tight, clean, sound copy in color illustrated blue wraps with very minor overall shelf wear mainly in the form of some light rubbing on the back cover. A collection of travel essays based on the author's wide ranging travels. By the author of "Laughing in the Hills." 226p. SCW08377 
Price: 3.50 USD
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