The new world guide to beer

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Running Press, 1988 - Cooking - 256 pages
2 Reviews
Internationally, the writings of Michael Jackson have been an acknowledged inspiration for many producers and marketers of specialty beers. In a new text, with updated maps, and more than a hundred new photographs, he places in context beers great and small the world over. Jackson's definitions of beer styles are used by academic institutions. He describes the bouquet and palate of beers more thoroughly than any other writer. No one has visited more breweries in more countries. Jackson talked to brewers about their intentions and examined their production methods before applying his judgement to the finished product. Often, they consult him. His advice has been sought by the world's largest brewers and many of the smallest.

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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Somewhat out of date now I'm afraid, and not his best.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

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User Review  - Michael W. - Goodreads

A valuable book for any beer lover. Read full review

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Contents

THE BEER RENAISSANCE 7 Brown Beer 124
12
THE HOP 18 THE BRITISH ISLES
145
Porter
157
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Author and journalist Michael Jackson was born in Yorkshire, England on March 27, 1942. He wrote numerous books about beer and whiskey and was considered an authority in the area. He suffered from Parkinson's disease and died on August 30, 2007.

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