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Actually there was a group of Hamms distributors that had bought the brewery during the 70's before it was sold to Olympia. My Dad was one of those owners.
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Other Hamms Breweries
There was also a Hamm's in San Francisco. If Hamm's had other plants, perhaps that should be mentioned. After the brewery in SF closed, it was used as studios for bands - something memorable to many San Franciscans.Cleshne (talk) 06:59, 14 August 2010 (UTC)
Hamm's is still brewed (the 6 pack in my fridge were made in Milwaukee, WI). Saying "Hamm's is the name of a former American brewery in Saint Paul, Minnesota" seems to imply that the beer isn't made any more. Should that be clarified or is it out-of-scope if this entry is related to Minnesota topics?
I recall that, for awhile in the early 1960s, Hamms' TV commercials had a theme song that was set to the "Totem Tom-Tom" music that Rudolph Friml had composed for Rose-Marie in the 1920s. WHPratt (talk) 15:18, 31 October 2014 (UTC)