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- Gail Borden received patent for "Improvement in Concentration of Milk"; condensed milk; could be kept pure (not spoil) and storable without benefit of refrigeration, distributed over great distances; - Count Agoston Haraszthy (45), first Sheriff of San Diego County, founder of a city in Wisconsin (Sauk City), ferryboat owner and member of the Hungarian Royal Guard, founded Buena Vista Winery in Sonoma, CA; planted some of the state's first European varietals (Tokay, Zinfandel, and Shiras grape varieties); - Frank Bartholomew, former head of AP, acquired 500 acres of Sonoma land without knowing an abandoned winery came with the property; with help of Andre Tchelistcheff, considered America's most influential post-Prohibition winemaker, restored Buena Vista's vineyards, caves and winery to its original grandeur; - Ezra J. Louis wine merchant, contracted with Anheuser-Busch to brew "Budweiser" with imported (Saazer) hops and (Bohemian) barley, mash prepared by infusion (Budweis is name of small Bohemian city; introduced because of its Germanic sound, potential appeal to American and German migrants); - John Arbuckle, of Allegheny City, PA, received a patent for an "Improvement in Roasted Coffee" ("roasting coffee and then coating it with a glutinous or gelatinous matter, for the purpose of retaining the aroma of the coffee, and also act as a clarifying-agent when the ground coffee has been boiled in water"); process of glazing coffee to seal in freshness of coffee bean; - Henry E.

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Antrim (first official recorded evidence of whiskey-making in area that became Bushmills); - Governor of the Cape, Simon van der Stel, granted land, fifteen kilometers south of Stellenbosch, to Henning Hsing; named the farm Meerlust to describe sense of pleasure he obtained from sea breezes that blew inland from False Bay; - Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands bestowed title "Royal", company name changed from Johannes de Kuyper & Zoon to De Kuyper Royal Distillers; world's largest and leading producer of liqueur; 11th generation of family management.

- German immigrant August Schell, Jacob Bernhardt, former brewmaster at Benzberg Brewery (in St.

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- Pierre Pellier left France for Santa Clara Valley with grape cuttings ("Black Burgundy" - Pinot Noir, French Colombar, Chasselas, Fontainebleau, Pinot Noir, Madeline, others) and prune cuttings from orchards of Agen; - acquired 148.8 acre ranch in Evergreen, CA (part of the Chaboya land Grant) from Louis for $1,000; planted grape cuttings; introduced Pinot Noir; Louis Pellier grafted French prune cuttings onto rootstock of wild plums, produced Santa Clara Valley prunes (offshoot of La Petite d'Agen, native of Southwest France); founded the valley’s wine industry; - BRL Hardy Ltd.