The Naked Pint: An Unadulterated Guide to Craft Beer (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Nov 3, 2009 - Cooking - 336 pages
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From Stouts, Barleywines, and Lambics to food pairing, tasting, and homebrewing—this is beer as you’ve never known it before.

The Naked Pint is a definitive primer on craft brews that celebrates beer for what it truly is: sophisticated, complex, and flavorful. Covering everything from beer history to the science behind beer, food and beer pairings, tasting, and homebrewing, Perozzi and Beaune strip down America’s favorite beverage to its truest form. Whether you’ve just started wondering what life is like beyond the ice-cold six-pack or have already discovered your favorite Porter or IPA, The Naked Pint will help you unearth the power that comes with knowing your ales from your lagers.

  

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Review: The Naked Pint: An Unadulterated Guide to Craft Beer

User Review  - Sarah - Goodreads

This book is clearly aimed at the beer beginner, however there are lots of good recommendations and profiles for the experienced craft beer seeker also. In either case, I almost wouldn't recommend ... Read full review

Review: The Naked Pint: An Unadulterated Guide to Craft Beer

User Review  - Melody - Goodreads

7/2013 Picked this up since my true love has begun brewing his own beer, and I wanted to refresh my memories of this helpful book. 3/2010 Fun, breezy, informative and entirely irreverent. I learned a ... Read full review

Contents

Stock the Fridge
Beer Tools and Craft Beer Needs
Aging Beer
Now Youre Cookin with Beer
Artisanal Beer and Food Together at Last
Cooking with Beer
LUCY SAUNDERS COOKING WITH BEER AND THE BEST OF AMERICAN BEER AND FOOD
MATT ACCARRINO CHEF DE CUISINE CRAFT AND CRAFTBAR

OffFlavors in Beer
IBUs and ABVs
How to Get the Beer You Want
Beer Bar Book of Etiquette
Understanding What Makes a Great Beer Great
Who Should We Thank? A Little Beer History
Criteria for a Great Beer
Understanding the Mouthfeel of Beer
To Draught or Not to Draught?
Walk Before You Run
Tastes Great Less Stupid
The Wide World of Wheat Beer
Beers That Dont Taste Like Beer
Hybrid Beers
Still So Young
Get Deep
Beers with Some Deep Color
The Spiritual Side of Beer
Is It Sinful? Counting Calories and Carbs in Beer
Hear the Calling
Those Monks Sure Know How to Live
Turn Down the Lights
Vintage and BarrelAged Beers
Once You Go Black
Does Size Matter? HighAlcoholContent Big Beers
Sour Beers
Beers That Bite Back
Fill Your Home with Beer
EVAN FUNKE EXECUTIVE CHEF RUSTIC CANYON WINE BAR AND SEASONAL KITCHEN
SAMIR MOHAJER CHEFOWNER THE CABBAGE PATCH
GOVIND ARMSTRONG EXECUTIVE CHEF AND JACOB WILDMAN CHEF DE CUISINE TABLE 8 AND 8 oZ BURGER BAR
ZOE NATHAN CHEFCOOWNER HUCKLEBERRY CAFÉ AND BAKERY
ANN KIRK PASTRY CHEF LITTLE DOMS AND DOMINICKS
Be the Beer
Beer 401
Recipes
CULVER CITY HOME BREWING SUPPLY
ROB TOD FOUNDERBREWER ALLAGASH BREWING COMPANY
PATRICK RUE FOUNDERBREWER THE BRUERY
CHRIS MCCOMBS NEW BELGIUM BREWING COMPANY
BRIAN THOMPSON TELEGRAPH BREWING COMPANY
LARRY CALDWELL HOMEBREWER AND GENERAL MANAGER FATHERS OFFICE
STONE BREWING COMPANY
Brewing Resources
Nobody Puts Beer in a Corner
Throw the Coolest Dinner Party on the Block
Get Your Doctorate in Beer Become a Beer Sommelier
CantMiss Websites
Beer Bloggers
Anything Else You Wanna Know? Specialty Websites
Beer Magazines
Books to Have at Home
Fathers Office 254
Christina Perozzi Beer Sommelier and The Beer Chick
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About the author (2009)

Christina Perozzi and Hallie Beaune, aka the Beer Chicks, are beer sommeliers, consultants, authors, avid homebrewers, and devoted home cooks based in Los Angeles. They are nationally featured beer experts and cohosts of the one-hour special “Eat This, Drink That” on the Cooking Channel. Christina and Hallie continue to spread the good word of beer through their website, thebearchicks.

Christina Perozzi and Hallie Beaune, aka the Beer Chicks, are beer sommeliers, consultants, authors, avid homebrewers, and devoted home cooks based in Los Angeles. They are nationally featured beer experts and cohosts of the one-hour special “Eat This, Drink That” on the Cooking Channel. Christina and Hallie continue to spread the good word of beer through their website, thebearchicks.

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