50 Essential Elements of Producing and Enjoying the World's Beers, Each Explained in Half a Minute Sophie Atherton ... of CAMRA's Good Beer Guide and author of many acclaimed books, including A Beer a Day, The Book of Beer Knowledge, ...
Author: Sophie Atherton
Mutli-million dollar branded or small-scale craft creation? Lager or ale? Boldly quaffed or genteelly sipped? However you enjoy your beer, you may not know as much about it as you think. 30-Second Beer is here to enlighten you, with a trip around the world's beers, a look at brewing history, a dissection of the different sorts of brew and their unique characteristics, and an up-to-date overview of the current craft scene and the various (and ever-changing) fashions in beer drinking. 50 topics, divided under seven chapter headings, offering short, witty summaries, whether covering the basics or trade secrets. You'll pick up the knowledge without noticing--and by the time you reach the last page, you'll be able to hold your own with local beer experts anywhere in the world.
Praise for THE BEER WENCH'S GUIDE TO BEER " I have known Ashley as a passionate and tireless craft beer evangelist for well over a decade . This book successfully marries her deep beer knowledge with her fun and funky approach .
Author: Ashley Routson
Publisher: Voyageur Press
Pull up a stool and learn about beer with the Wench! Craft beer is officially everywhere: there are now more breweries in the United States since any time before prohibition. At the local grocery store, the beer aisle is as big as the cereal aisle. At the bar, it's increasingly hard to choose a beer--the IPA is stronger than the ESB, right? In this book, Ashley V. Routson (aka The Beer Wench) provides the first all-in-one guide that demystifies beer and makes learning fun. She'll quickly bring you up to speed on beer styles, the brewing process, how to taste beer like a pro, and how to pair beer with food. Unconventional tastings, delicious recipes from killer craft breweries, eye-catching photos--and, of course, plenty of beer--means there's never a dull moment.
By taking notes on the beer you drink, you can hone your tasting abilities and will surely become more observant of the beer around you. This book lays the foundation for healthy beer knowledge, but what is the next step?
Author: Chris Wright
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Explore beer styles and log your tastings in this compact journal.The Beer Journal is more than just a journal. This compact guide is a crash course in the many styles of beer and how to approach them in a tasting. Perfect for newcomers to the craft beer scene as well as longtime fans of the beverage, this book is an excellent way to learn about styles you've yet to try. These pages are filled with useful information on the beers themselves and tips to having the best tasting experience possible. Author Chris Wright even includes examples of beers on the market to help readers as they navigate the beer aisle. Packed with useful information, this informative guide will teach readers all about:The many styles of beer Their taste profiles What sets one style apart from another Origin stories Glassware Suggested food pairings The comprehensive tasting logs enable readers to keep track of the details of each particular beer they try—from brewer, beer name, and style to color, flavor, and body. Other worksheets give readers the opportunity to journal their brewery tours and food pairing experimentations. From lagers and wheat beers to sours and stouts, The Beer Journal is your guide to a complete tasting experience.
I also had to confess that I came to this book with no more beer knowledge or tasting experience than that of your average enthusiastic amateur but also with few biases, save perhaps a distaste for light beer, though I cast no judgment ...
Author: Ken Wells
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Do beer yeast rustlers really exist? Who patented the Beer Goddess? How can you tell a Beer Geek from a Beer Nazi? Where exactly is Beervana? Does Big Beer hate Little Beer? Ken Wells, a novelist, Pulitzer Prize finalist, and longtime Wall Street Journal writer, answers these questions and more by bringing a keen eye and prodigious reportage to the people and passions that have propelled beer into America's favorite alcoholic beverage and the beer industry into a $75 billion commercial juggernaut, not to mention a potent force in American culture. Travels with Barley is a lively, literate tour through the precincts of the beer makers, sellers, drinkers, and thinkers who collectively drive the mighty River of Beer onward. The heart of the book is a journey along the Mississippi River, from Minnesota to Louisiana, in a quixotic search for the Perfect Beer Joint -- a journey that turns out to be the perfect pretext for viewing America through the prism of a beer glass. Along the river, you'll visit the beer bar once owned by the brewer Al Capone, glide by The World's Largest Six Pack, and check into Elvis Presley's Heartbreak Hotel to plumb the surprisingly controversial question of whether Elvis actually drank beer. But the trip also includes numerous detours up quirky tributaries, among them: a visit to an Extreme Beer maker in Delaware with ambitions to make 50-proof brew, a look at the murky world of beer yeast rustlers in California, and a journey to the portals of ultimate beer power at the Anheuser-Busch plant in St. Louis, where making the grade as a Clydesdale draft horse is harder than you might imagine. Entertaining, enlightening, and written with Wells's trademark verve, Travels with Barley is a perfect gift -- not just for America's 84 million beer enthusiasts, but for all discerning readers of flavorful nonfiction.
SHB = Stephen Harrod Buhner, Sacred and Herbal Healing Beers, Siris Books, Boulder (1998). This book includes recipes for ancient meads, beers and other ... TBBK = Jeff Evans, The Book of Beer Knowledge, CAMRABooks, St. Albans (2007).
Author: Les Howarth
This is not a recipe book. It is a database of ingredient information that should assist the home or craft brewer in creating their own recipes in order to attempt the replication of commercial beers, many of which are no longer in production. Instructions on how to convert the supplied ingredient information into recipes customised to the brewer's own equipment and technique are provided. This book also provides inspiration to brewers wishing to experiment with different ingredients since it gives an interesting insight into how professional brewers have used them in their own brews. This third edition includes data for more beers and breweries including a new category for historical beers. Finally, this book should also be of interest to the discerning beer enthusiast who is curious about what goes into their favourite drink.
... 884891 THE LITTLE BLACK BOOK OF BEER Favential Guide to the Belword Bershi The Little Black Book of Beer By Ruth Cullen This book provides a world of beer knowledge . Descriptions and recommendations for 33 different styles of beers ...
Available at: https://cyclopsbeer.co.uk (Accessed 1 March 2019). ... Evans, J. (2004) The Book of Beer Knowledge. CAMARA, St Albans. ... James, M. (2010) Beer ticking, personal communication from Michael James, real ale drinker.
Author: Sonny Nwankwo
Category: Business & Economics
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) dominate the market in terms of sheer number of organisations; yet, scholarly resource materials to assist in honing skills and competencies have not kept pace. This well renowned textbook guides students through the complexities of entrepreneurship from the unique perspective of marketing in SME contexts, providing a clear grounding in the principles, practices, strategies, challenges, and opportunities faced by businesses today. SMEs now need to step up to the terrain of mobile marketing and consumer-generated marketing and utilise social media marketing tools. Similarly, the activities of various stakeholders in SME businesses like start-up accelerators, business incubators, and crowdfunding have now gained more prominence in SME activities. This second edition advances grounds covered in the earlier edition and has been fully updated to reflect this new, dynamic business landscape. Updates include: A consideration of social media imperatives on SME marketing; Discussion of forms of capital formation and deployment for marketing effectiveness, including crowdfunding; Updated international case studies drawn from diverse backgrounds; Hands-on practical explorations based on real-life tasks to encourage deeper understanding. This book is perfect for students studying SMEs, Marketing and Enterprise at both advanced undergraduate and postgraduate levels, as well as professionals looking to obtain the required knowledge to operate their businesses in this increasingly complex and turbulent marketing environment.
book's purpose is to serve as an informative, sweeping guide to Virginia's current beer scene. Whether or not your level of Virginia craft beer knowledge classifies you as a novice or a pro, this book can be beneficial, ...
Author: Tanya Birch
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Beer Lover’s Virginia features over 100 breweries, brewpubs and beer bars geared towards beer enthusiasts looking to seek out the best brews throughout the state -from bitter, citrusy IPAs to rich, complex stouts. In this exciting and ever-evolving US craft beer marketplace, the state of Virginia is making their own strong impact on our nation’s thriving beer scene. This comprehensive guide book will share all you need to know about its current environment, covering the entire beer experience for the proud, local beer lover and the traveling visitor alike, including information on: - breweries and beer profiles with tasting notes - brewpubs - notable craft beer bars - beer festivals, self-guided tours and beer bus tours - city trip itineraries with bar crawl maps -bonus appendix of food and clone beer recipes you can make at home
A unique collection of entertaining trivia and essential wisdom, The Book of Beer Knowledge is a perfect gift for beer lovers everywhere.
Author: Jeff Evans
Publisher: Camra Books
A unique collection of entertaining trivia and essential wisdom, The Book of Beer Knowledge is a perfect gift for beer lovers everywhere. More than 200 entries cover everything from fictional "celebrity landlords" of soap opera bars to the harsh facts detailing the world's biggest brewers, from bizarre beer names to the serious subject of fermentation, and from the weighty associations of beer in literature to the populist world of Homer Simpson and his drinking companions. If you need to know the nutritional merits of beer, or who produces and consumes it most; where to find the world's major beer festivals or uncover unusual and fascinating facts such as the meaning of sahti and kvass, then look no further.
Books are lovely collaborations that bring all manner of collaborators into your life. ... their beer knowledge and willingness to remain excited each time I placed a new Tupperware full of cookies on the bar.
Author: Jonathan Bender
Publisher: Andrews Mcmeel+ORM
Whether you're a baker or a drinker with a baking problem, these pages will provide a series of guideposts for how to put together forty rockin' cookies--collected from celebrated chefs, bakers, and bakeries across the country--with craft beer. The information provides the building blocks for then experimenting with your own cookie and beer combinations. Each cookie, like Steven Satterfield's Chocolate-Almond, Coconut Macaroons, gets its own specific beer (Avery's Brewery Company's The Reverend) as well as a general style pairing (a quadrupel). Along the way, Cookies & Beer will teach you how to make your own beer syrup for beer milkshakes, make it a night of Girl Scout cookies and beer, and even how to acquire and bake with spent grain (the by-product of beer brewing). And in the end, when you're ready for it, eight cookie recipes actually made with beer and devised by some of the vanguard craft breweries in the United States, are waiting to be baked. This is Cookies & Beer. And you, are about to be popular.