World Encyclopedia of Beer

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Hermes House, Nov 1, 1999 - Cooking - 256 pages
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This volume is a comprehensive and authoritative guide that will satisfy beer lovers' curiosity about the origins of their favorite brews as well as the full range of exciting possibilities that lie behind each pint. The numerous styles and distinctive flavors of the world's beers are explored, and practical tips such as: the secrets of serving, storing and tasting beer; which beers best compliment different meals; and recipes for beer cocktails and beer-laden foods are also included.

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User Review  - bluetyson - LibraryThing

A global smorgasbord. A large size book that has a pictorial spread showcasing some of the beers for each country it covers, from all continents. Antarctica doesn't have too many native beers though. Will definitely make you want to find a few you find that you may not have seen before. Read full review

Contents

The Hoppy Drop 6
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Brewing
44
Beer Drinking
55
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Glover's career as a librarian underwent a radical change, after his success in several major cooking competitions, including the very first series of the BBC's Masterchef. He has written about food ever since and now contributes to some of Great Britain's best known home interest and food magazines.

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