The New World Guide to Beer

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Running Press, Mar 1, 1997 - Cooking - 256 pages
3 Reviews
Michael Jackson's award-winning books have established him as a world expert on beer, whisky, and other libations. He has been twice honored by Malt Advocate Magazine as "Industry Leader of the Year". Jackson was elected the first chairman of the Guild of Beer Writers in Britain and has been honored in France, Germany, and Belgium. He received the first Achievement Award from America's Institute for Brewing Studies, and has received both the Glenfiddich and Andre Simon "Best Drinks Book" Awards.

Here's the perfect armchair travel guide to great beers of the world. Award-winning author and intrepid Beer Hunter "RM" Michael Jackson takes the beer fancier on a fabulous tour in this lavishly illustrated guide, regarded by many as the quintessential book on beer. Publishers Weekly said, "This exceptional guide is as rewarding to scan as to study".

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User Review  - Jon - Goodreads

First read this when I was getting into beer from the library. I was glad very recently (August '09) to treat myself to a copy of this book from Powell's. I'm sure many of the beers and places have ... Read full review

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User Review  - Peter - Goodreads

Somewhat out of date now I'm afraid, and not his best. This is more of a beer tour book, but not in the convenient "Moon Handbook" style. A large format coffee-table book does not fit well into a backpack. Read full review

Contents

THE BEER RENAISSANCE 7 Brown Beer 124
12
THE HOP 18 THE BRITISH ISLES
145
Porter
157
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About the author (1997)

Michael Jackson formerly of St Mary's Church, Nottingham, was a historian and a close friend of Sir John Martin.

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