A Taste for Beer

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Storey Communications, 1995 - Cooking - 181 pages
An extensive, comprehensive, yet very browsable "appreciation" reference. From discerning the flavor a lager versus a stout to matching the best cheese or cigar, Beaumont's friendly style takes the beer enthusiast along for an interesting, useful, and fun exploration of beer enjoyment. Voted Best Beer Book of 1995 by the North American Guild of Beer Writers.

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A lot has changed since this volume was published. In Canada as is the case in the USA, craft brewing has mushroomed to where a beer drinker cannot keep up. In my small town of 140,000, we have a ... Read full review

Contents

A TASTE FOR BEER
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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR BEER
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ENJOYING LIFE WITH BEER
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