The Good Beer Book
"The Good Beer Book" is the book beer drinkers have been waiting for--an indispensable guide to microbreweries, brewpubs, beer bars, domestic and imported beers, beer facts, beer trivia, homebrew recipes, cooking with beer, matching food with beer--and best of all--"drinking" beer.
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Clone Brews: Homebrew Recipes for 150 Commercial Beers
Tess Szamatulski,Mark Szamatulski
No preview available - 1998
one An Introduction to Good Beer
three What Is Beer?
four Great Beer Styles of the World
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alcohol by volume alcohol content amber lager American beer American microbrewers Anheuser-Busch aroma Avenue barley wine barrels Bavarian beer bars beer drinkers beer festival beer styles Belgian Belgium big breweries bitterness Boston Beer bottle bottle-conditioned bready brewhouse brewmaster brewpub Brooklyn Brewery brown Budweiser Budweiser Budvar caramel Celis character Chimay chocolate classic clean color Coors craft beer craft brewing different beers dinners distributors doppelbock dozen draft drink earthy English fermentation finish fresh fruit full-bodied German glass golden grain Grill Guinness homebrewers hoppy India pale Internet labels lambic Main Street malt malt flavor malty mash mass-market beers microbreweries microbrewers micros nice nose palate percent alcohol pilsner porter Portland produce recipes restaurant retailers Samuel Adams sell served smoked beer spicy Stoudt's strong style of beer sugar sweet taste Tavern temperature traditional Trappist upscale Vienna lager wheat beer wort