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The Beer Devotional: A Brew-by-Brew Guide to Drinking Your Way Through the Year

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | The Beer Devotional: A Brew-by-Brew Guide to Drinking Your Way Through the Year.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Jess Lebow(Author)

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As Ben Franklin said, beer is a sign that God loves us and wants us to be happy. Now beer lovers everywhere can hoist a cold one while browsing this informative guide to their favorite beverage.

For each day of the year, beer expert and homebrewer Jess Lebow lists a beer, information on its history, taste, price, and where to find it. He suggests food pairings and includes trivia, brewing tips, and information about beer-related events, as well as quotations about the ease and contentment beer brings to our lives.

Every state in the union is represented in this book, which unlocks the secrets of stouts, lembics, IPAs, and porters. The Beer Devotional offers you an inspirational daily guide to the joys of beer.

At the age of 20, Jess Lebow realised that while he still couldn't buy beer in his home state of Washington, he could buy all of the parts and put them together himself. So he did. After graduating college, Jess went on to work for Budweiser and Redhook selling and distributing beer in the Seattle area during the microbrew boom of the late 90s.

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Book details

  • PDF | 384 pages
  • Jess Lebow(Author)
  • Adams Media Corporation (25 Jun. 2010)
  • English
  • 6
  • Food & Drink

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  • By Phil Harrison on 18 March 2011

    The cover claims that this is about inspirational beers from around the world. Apart from a mention of Guinness from Ireland and a handful of Trappist beers from Belgium, the rest of the beers are brewed in the US.This is a shame because it could have been a good book about America's independently brewed beers. Each day of the year has a different beer with information about the style and flavour, and suggestions for food that woul make a good acompaniment. There are also beer related quotes and beer facts. However the author clearly knows far less about international beers than about US microbreweries. For example there isn't a single German beer, not even in October!They say you should write about what you know. When you only know American beer, don't try to write an international beer guide.


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