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Beer Tasting Tool Kit: How to Choose and Taste Beer Like a Brewer

Beer Tasting Tool Kit: How to Choose and Taste Beer Like a Brewer


Jeff Alworth, "Beer Tasting Tool Kit: How to Choose and Taste Beer Like a Brewer"
English | ISBN: 1452101760 | 2012 | 48 pages | mobi | 0,5 MB
Here s a fun way to discover the nuances of artisan beers from lagers and ales to porters and stouts. Tasting profiles from the booklet get the ball rolling they break down beer into style categories and include information on each variety s background, flavors, aromas, and unique character. Cover the bottles with the paper sleeves to conduct blind tastings, and record tasting notes a world of beer awaits!

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The Encyclopedia of Beer: The Beer Lovers Bible

The Encyclopedia of Beer: The Beer Lovers Bible

Christine P. Rhodes, Pamela B. Lappies, "The Encyclopedia of Beer: The Beer Lovers Bible - A Complete Reference To Beer Styles, Brewing Methods, Ingredients, Festivals, Traditions, And More" 2014 | ASIN: B00ME6GL1K | ISBN-10: 0805055541, 0805037993 | 509 pages | EPUB | 28 MB

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Brewing Battles: A History of American Beer

Brewing Battles: A History of American Beer



Amy Mittelman, "Brewing Battles: A History of American Beer"
Algora Publishing | 2007-12-03 | ISBN: 0875865739 | 248 pages | PDF | 1,8 MBBrewing Battles is the comprehensive story of the American brewing industry and its leading figures, from its colonial beginnings to the present. Although today s beer companies have their roots in pre-Prohibition business, historical developments since Repeal have affected industry at large, brewers, and the tastes and habits of beer-drinking consumers as well.Brewing Battles explores the struggle of German immigrant brewers to establish themselves in America, within the context of federal taxation and a growing temperance movement, their losing battle against Prohibition, their rebirth and transformation into a corporate

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Brewing Battles: A History of American Beer

Brewing Battles: A History of American Beer



Amy Mittelman, "Brewing Battles: A History of American Beer"
Algora Publishing | 2007-12-03 | ISBN: 0875865739 | 248 pages | PDF | 1,8 MBBrewing Battles is the comprehensive story of the American brewing industry and its leading figures, from its colonial beginnings to the present. Although today s beer companies have their roots in pre-Prohibition business, historical developments since Repeal have affected industry at large, brewers, and the tastes and habits of beer-drinking consumers as well.Brewing Battles explores the struggle of German immigrant brewers to establish themselves in America, within the context of federal taxation and a growing temperance movement, their losing battle against Prohibition, their rebirth and transformation into a corporate

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Beer: A Genuine Collection of Cans

Beer: A Genuine Collection of Cans


Beer: A Genuine Collection of Cans

Dan Becker, Lance Wilson, "Beer: A Genuine Collection of Cans"

English | 2011 | EPUB | 352 pages | 77 MB

Ever crack open a can of Chief Oshkosh of Wisconsin, or sample Pabsts Big Cat Malt Liquor? Remember the original St. Pauli Girl, Tennents bevy of lager lovelies, or Olde Frothingslosh ("the pale stale ale with the foam on the bottom")? Presented alphabetically by brand, the nearly 500 cans collected here come from thirty countries and range from the iconic to the obscure to the downright bizarre. From long-forgotten brews to classic brands that have changed their look but never gone out of style, Beer offers a peek into the last century of beer culture, exploring what we drank, how we drank it, and why we picked it

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Froth!: The Science of Beer

Froth!: The Science of Beer



Mark Denny, "Froth!: The Science of Beer"
The Johns Hopkins University Press | 2009-05-06 | ISBN: 0801891329 | 200 pages | PDF | 3,6 MBEver wonder where the bubbles in your beer came from, which way they are going, and why? Have you considered the physical differences among ales, lambics, and lagers? Do you contemplate your pint?Accomplished homebrewer and physicist Mark Denny has crafted a scientifically sound and witty investigation of the physics and chemistry of beer. He recounts and explains the history of and key technological advances in brewing, provides basic instructions for making your own -- including a scientific-yet-accessible account of the changes in appearance during each stage of the process -- and looks at the fascinating physical phenomena

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Froth!: The Science of Beer

Froth!: The Science of Beer



Mark Denny, "Froth!: The Science of Beer"
The Johns Hopkins University Press | 2009-05-06 | ISBN: 0801891329 | 200 pages | PDF | 3,6 MBEver wonder where the bubbles in your beer came from, which way they are going, and why? Have you considered the physical differences among ales, lambics, and lagers? Do you contemplate your pint?Accomplished homebrewer and physicist Mark Denny has crafted a scientifically sound and witty investigation of the physics and chemistry of beer. He recounts and explains the history of and key technological advances in brewing, provides basic instructions for making your own -- including a scientific-yet-accessible account of the changes in appearance during each stage of the process -- and looks at the fascinating physical phenomena

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Froth!: The Science of Beer

Froth!: The Science of Beer



Mark Denny, "Froth!: The Science of Beer"
The Johns Hopkins University Press | 2009-05-06 | ISBN: 0801891329 | 200 pages | PDF | 3,6 MBEver wonder where the bubbles in your beer came from, which way they are going, and why? Have you considered the physical differences among ales, lambics, and lagers? Do you contemplate your pint?Accomplished homebrewer and physicist Mark Denny has crafted a scientifically sound and witty investigation of the physics and chemistry of beer. He recounts and explains the history of and key technological advances in brewing, provides basic instructions for making your own -- including a scientific-yet-accessible account of the changes in appearance during each stage of the process -- and looks at the fascinating physical phenomena

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Froth!: The Science of Beer

Froth!: The Science of Beer



Mark Denny, "Froth!: The Science of Beer"
The Johns Hopkins University Press | 2009-05-06 | ISBN: 0801891329 | 200 pages | PDF | 3,6 MBEver wonder where the bubbles in your beer came from, which way they are going, and why? Have you considered the physical differences among ales, lambics, and lagers? Do you contemplate your pint?Accomplished homebrewer and physicist Mark Denny has crafted a scientifically sound and witty investigation of the physics and chemistry of beer. He recounts and explains the history of and key technological advances in brewing, provides basic instructions for making your own -- including a scientific-yet-accessible account of the changes in appearance during each stage of the process -- and looks at the fascinating physical phenomena

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