Hedwig "Aunt Hattie" Hubinger
And we are back! I hope y’all did not miss us too much, but another blog is coming your way. As with other blogs, we are looking towards Frankenmuth and the surrounding area’s history. Today we are taking a look at Hedwig “Aunt Hattie” Hubinger, a general store owner, gardener, cheese maker, and everyone’s “Aunt.
Beer! And Its Beginnings...
Hello and willkommen to this week’s blog post. We are stepping away from geography and larger concepts for a moment to talk about the thing that makes Frankenmuth, well Frankenmuth… People and beer. For this week, we are stepping back in time to talk about Frankenmuth’s first brewery owner Johann “John” Mathais Fallier.
Farewell Finest Frankenmuth
Frankenmuthers, do you know the German saying, “Im Abschied ist die Geburt der Erinnerung.” I would translate this as, “With every farewell, a memory is born”. This saying came to my mind a few days ago when I realized my time in Frankenmuth was already drawing to an end!
But then I thought, “Wait, with Frankenmuth it’s different!” I won’t be leaving Frankenmuth with a memory, but with so many wonderful memories that, If you were to ask me to pick my top three Frankenmuth experiences, I wouldn’t even know where to start. Well, let me try anyway!
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