The history of beer in the USA is a much shorter span of time than the European beer history. With that said how many people are trying to brew old beers that come from where they live worldwide? Nosy is obviously onto his Kentucky Common. In Montana a couple of Brewery's have resurrected turn of the century beers. Highlander of what is now Missoula brewing company has brought back an old lager which is quite tasty for what was at the time a commercial lager. Harvest Moon in Belt Montana built an ale with the same flavor of a beer my dad used to drink Great Falls Select which in my opinion tastes as bad as the beer I snuck out of the frig when I was a kid. Obviously brewed with German Select hops which were grown I think in B.C. Canada. The entire northwest was pretty much all lager beers as far as I know.