The World Encyclopedia of Beer

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Lorenz Books, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 256 pages
This comprehensive guide to one of the world's most popular beverages will delight all those who enjoy beer, from casual drinkers to connoisseurs. The text follows the development of beer throughout history, from its origins in ancient Egypt to today's major global industry. The book explores the beers of over 50 countries. 600 color photos.

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The Hoppy Drop 6
32
Brewing
44
Beer Drinking
55
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Glover's career as a librarian underwent a radical change, after his success in several major cooking competitions, including the very first series of the BBC's Masterchef. He has written about food ever since and now contributes to some of Great Britain's best known home interest and food magazines.

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