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Vintage Beer

Author : Patrick Dawson
ISBN : 9781612123844
Genre : Cooking
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2014 Gold Medal Winner from the North American Guild of Beer Writers for Best Beer Book Like good wine, certain beers can be aged under the right conditions to enhance and change their flavors in interesting and delicious ways. Good candidates for cellaring are either strong, sour, or smoked beers, such as barleywines, rauchbiers, and lambics. Patrick Dawson gives a list of easy-to-follow rules that lay the groundwork for identifying these cellar-worthy beers and then delves into the mysteries behind how and why they age as they do. Beer styles known for aging well are discussed and detailed profiles of commonly available beers that fall into these categories are included. There is also a short travel guide for bars and restaurants that specialize in vintage beer gives readers a way to taste what this new craft beer frontier is all about.
Category: Cooking

The Home Brewer S Guide To Vintage Beer

Author : Ronald Pattinson
ISBN : 9781592538829
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 73.18 MB
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DIVTaste the history: brew your own vintage beers, from porters to ales to table beer./div
Category: Cooking

Beer Lover S The Carolinas

Author : Daniel Hartis
ISBN : 9781493008766
Genre : Travel
File Size : 58.62 MB
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The Beer Lover's series features regional breweries, brewpubs and beer bars for those looking to seek out and celebrate the best brews--from bitter seasonal IPAs to rich, dark stouts--their cities have to offer. With quality beer producers popping up all over the nation, you don't have to travel very far to taste great beer; some of the best stuff is brewing right in your home state. These comprehensive guides cover the entire beer experience for the proud, local enthusiast and the traveling visitor alike, including information on: - brewery and beer profiles with tasting notes- brewpubs and beer bars- events and festivals- food and brew-your-own beer recipes - city trip itineraries with bar crawl maps- regional food and beer pairings
Category: Travel

Vintage Beer Tap Markers

Author : George Baley
ISBN : 0764318314
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
File Size : 61.11 MB
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Presents more than 2000 highly collectible "ball" style tap markers, used following the end of Prohibition to identify the names of beers being dispensed from taps or faucets in taverns. Classified by state, the knobs represent 1000 brands of beer manufactured by over 675 breweries. Includes a special section on imported beers, the history of ball knobs, dates of use, grading, pricing, manufacturers, and a detailed index of breweries. A wonderful addition to every breweriana collector's library!
Category: Antiques & Collectibles

The Beer Lover S Guide To Vintage Advertising

Author : Nancy J. Price
ISBN : 1944633324
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Welcome, beer lovers, to a time when the brew wasn't only something to be enjoyed, but actually celebrated as a healthy drink that sparked the appetite and helped you sleep. Beer has been made and sold in this country since before it even was a country. In fact, as far back as the 1600s, Manhattan (then known as New Amsterdam) was home to some of the first commercial breweries this side of the Atlantic. Still, it took more than a hundred years before companies regularly advertised their wares. We dove deep into newspaper archives to find hundreds of early ads for beers and brewers - covering the years between the American Revolution and the end of Prohibition - then put them all together to make this picture of the past. With more than 400 individual clippings, hundreds of vintage beer brands are represented! (We have also included a comprehensive index.) Inside, you will see that beer advertisements in the 18th century were often little more than polite invitations to the locals and passing ship captains. In the 19th century, every brand was "celebrated" and "the best" - while some promotional posters showed creepy caricatures loving their drinks maybe a little too much. Advertisers of the 20th century built upon all of those concepts, then added their own spin, slipping in buzzwords like "purity" and "cleanliness," "nourishment" and "food value." All of the authentic antique images in this book were carefully chosen, then digitally restored as much as possible to return them to their original glory. Ads are presented in sections based on the date of publication, so you can easily find a specific era, or simply browse the ads to see how trends and techniques changed through the years. So grab a bottle of your favorite malted beverage, and enjoy this little trip back through time. As they used to say, "After the nervous tension of a day's work, there's no better relaxation than a glass of good beer." Or a book about good beer.
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Beer Lover S New England

Author : Norman Miller
ISBN : 9780762787654
Genre : Travel
File Size : 55.35 MB
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The Complete Regional Guide to Craft Beer With quality beer producers popping up all over the nation, you don’t have to travel very far to taste great beer; some of the best stuff is brewing right in your home state. Beer Lover’s New England features breweries, brewpubs, and beer bars geared toward brew enthusiasts looking to seek out the best beers New England has to offer, from bitter seasonal IPAs to rich, dark stouts. Written by a local beer expert, Beer Lover’s New England covers the entire beer experience for the proud, local enthusiast and the traveling visitor alike, including: Brewery and beer profiles with tasting notes and full-color photosMust-visit brewpubs and beer barsTop annual beer festivals, tastings, and eventsClone beer recipes for homebrewersn and hobbyistsFood recipes made with local craft beerBeer-centric city trip itineraries with pub-crawl maps
Category: Travel

World Atlas Of Beer

Author : Tim Webb
ISBN : 9781845338060
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 31.52 MB
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The World Atlas of Beer is the definitive and essential guide to beer, with information on brews ranging from the Trappist ales of Belgium to the wheat beers of Bavaria, Breton black beers, barrel-aged Californian beers, British bitters, Vietnamese bia hoì, traditional Finnish sahti, and the output of the hundreds of craft breweries around the world, from the USA and Canada, to Japan and even the Easter Islands. It explores the development of beer and the myriad brewing techniques in use across the world today. Country by country the book considers a vast range of beer styles and traditions, with full tasting notes for over 500 beers. Detailed maps locate key breweries worldwide, and describe crucial trends in major territories. Features such as matching beer with food and how to pour different kinds of beer complete the picture. Craft brewing continues to go from strength to strength across the world, and this book is the perfect companion to help you explore the best beers the world has to offer.
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A Perfect Pint S Beer Guide To The Heartland

Author : Michael Agnew
ISBN : 9780252093586
Genre : History
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Once dominated by megabreweries like Miller and G. Heilemann, the Midwest has in recent years become home to a dynamic craft beer industry at the core of America's current brewing renaissance. Beer writer and Certified Cicerone® Michael Agnew crisscrossed Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin sampling the astonishing variety of beers on offer at breweries and brewpubs. The result is a region-wide survey of the Midwestern craft beer scene. Packed with details on more than 200 breweries, A Perfect Pint's Beer Guide to the Heartland offers actual and armchair travelers alike a handbook that includes: Agnew's exclusive choices on which beers to try at each location Entries on every brewery's history and philosophy Information on tours, tasting rooms and attached pubs, and dining options and other amenities A survey of each brewery's brands, including its flagship beer plus seasonal brews and special releases Brewery equipment and capacity Nearby attractions In addition, Agnew sets the stage with a history of Midwestern beer spanning the origins of the immigrant brewers who arrived in the 1800s to the homebrewers-made-good who have built a new kind of brewing culture founded on creativity, dedication to quality, and attention to customer feedback. Informed and unique, A Perfect Pint's Beer Guide to the Heartland is the essential companion for beer aficionados and curious others determined to drink the best the Midwest has to offer. Includes more than 150 full color images, including the region's most distinctive beer labels, trademarks, and company logos.
Category: History

Craft Beer World

Author : Mark Dredge
ISBN : 9781909313378
Genre : Cooking
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Craft Beer World is the must-have companion for anyone who appreciates decent beer. The last few years have seen an explosion in the popularity of craft beers across the globe, with excellent new brews being produced everywhere from Copenhagen to Colorado, Amsterdam to Auckland. With more amazing beers available than ever before, it's hard to know which ones to choose. That's where Craft Beer World comes in. Gathering together over 300 of the most innovative and tastiest beers you need to try, and divided into 50 different catagories, you will find the best of the best each style has to offer. Every category comes with an explanation of the key characteristics of the style - whether it's an American IPA bursting with citrusy C-hops or an Imperial Stout full of dark roasted malts - along with an example of a classic brew and a selection of cutting edge versions that are certain to become instant favourites. So whether you're looking for bitter beers or balanced flavours, a hit of hops or a hint of coffee, the reviews will point you in the right direction to find the perfect beer to suit your tastebuds. Also included throughout the book are interesting nuggets of beer information, covering everything from the catalyst that has caused the astonishing growth in craft beer through to matching beer with food and how to serve your drinks.Mark Dredge is an award-winning beer writer and runs the popular blog Pencil and Spoon where he writes about anything ale-related. Mark has won awards from the British Guild of Beer Writers in 2009, 2010 and 2011, his work is featured in leading publications across the globe and he's an international beer judge.
Category: Cooking

Pensacola In Vintage Postcards

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ISBN : 0738516767
Genre : History
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Although Pensacola was permanently settled in 1698, not until the harvesting of yellow pine trees between 1870 and 1910 did the city begin to grow and prosper. During this golden era, a building boom transformed the city into a vibrant seaport and economic center. Pensacola's natural deep water harbor attracted merchant ships, and railroads increased access for goods and human transportation. Between 1825 and 1844, the Redoubt, the Navy Yard, and Forts Barrancas, Pickens, and McRee were constructed. Pensacola's many nicknames included "Cradle of Naval Aviation," "Annapolis of the Air," and "Mother-in-law of the U.S. Navy" since a large number of local women married navy men.
Category: History