The Running Press Pocket Guide to Beer: The Connoisseur's Companion to More Than 2,000 Beers of the World

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Running Press, 2000 - Cooking - 208 pages
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Are you tired of taste-alike beers? Our pocket guide is the world's most authoritative source on your brew of choice, whether it be an all-American true microbrew, an Irish Red Ale, a Cask-conditioned Bitter from Britain, a Belgian Lambic, a German Oktoberfest, or a Czech Pilsner. This newly revised and fully updated seventh edition features a directory of more than 2,000 beers from around the world, described and rated by beer expert Michael Jackson. Packed with fascinating information on each region of the beer-producing world and tasting notes that are the product of first-hand research, this is one companion you won't want to be without.

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About the author (2000)

As the world’s bestselling writer on whiskey, Michael Jackson needs no introduction. He was renowned for his pithy wisdom and a remarkable ability to evoke aromas and flavors. Jackson wrote many books on this subject and won many awards, including the André Simon Award and the 1999 Glenfiddich Drinks Writer of the Year. He was twice honored by Malt Advocate Magazine as “Industry Leader of the Year” and elected the first chairman of the Guild of Beer writers in France, Germany, and Belgium. He also contributed to a variety of publications, including The Independent and Whisky Magazine. He passed away in 2007.

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