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DK Pub., 2007 - Cooking - 288 pages
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From fashionable bars to traditional pubs, a new generation of connoisseur is discovering the variety and diversity of beers from around the world, from the brewing heartlands of Europe to the new world beers of the Far East and Latin America. Whether you are looking to find out more about the brewing and history your favorite beer or want to discover a hidden gem that you've never tried, this book tells and shows you everything you need to know from comprehensive tasting notes to how to choose and serve each beer correctly.

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Review: Beer

User Review  - Kristi Thielen - Goodreads

THE book about beer: its history, variety, production - and the best places to find it. Not to mention ideas on what to eat while you're enjoying a brew. The book can be read straight through, but ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kasia S. - Goodreads

Being one of the world's oldest beverages, beer was known to Egyptians and Mesopotamians, even written about by ancient Sumerians and still enjoyed to this day, the constant way of reinventing and ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

Michael Jackson is Distinguished Visiting Professor in World Religions at Harvard Divinity School. His many books of anthropology include In Sierra Leone and At Home in the World, both also published by Duke University Press. He is the author of a memoir; six books of poetry including, most recently, Dead Reckoning; and two novels.

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