For some people, sitting down with a glass of beer or wine can be the perfect way to spend a summer afternoon. This hasn't always been so easy in Kansas -- a state known for prohibition and strict liquor laws. But there's more to the story of alcohol in Kansas than just efforts to ban it. KPR news intern Justine Greve (GREEV) looks at brewing and winemaking in the state and finds that over the past 150 years, the industry has come full circle.
KPR news intern Justine Greve graduated from Baker University with majors in history, English, and German. She's now a graduate student at KU.