Atlas of beer

a globe-trotting journey through the world of beer
  • 303 Pages
  • 3.27 MB
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Beer, Breweries, Guidebooks, Bars (Drinking establishments), Beer fest
Other titlesNational Geographic atlas of beer :
StatementNancy Hoalst-Pullen & Mark W. Patterson ; foreword & tasting tips by Garrett Oliver
ContributionsPatterson, Mark (Professor of geography), author, Oliver, Garrett, contributor, National Geographic Society (U.S.)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTP577 .H64 2017
The Physical Object
Pagination303 pages
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26932647M
ISBN 101426218338
ISBN 139781426218330
LC Control Number2017011583
OCLC/WorldCa969374927

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Atlas of Beer: A Globe-Trotting Journey Through the World of Beer (National Geographic, ) by Nancy Hoalst-Pullen and Mark W. Patterson, with foreword and tasting tips by Garrett Oliver. For well over a century, National Geographic has been bringing the world’s wildlife, landscapes, and cultures to our homes in the form of an iconic magazine, incredible photography, and.

The World Atlas of Beer, now in its third edition, is a top to toe rewrite. It is the authoritative and essential guide to beer’s past, present and future, describing the rich traditions of Belgian brewing, legendary Nordic farmhouse beers, the place of cask ale in today’s world, modern phenomena like lazy hazies and kettle sours, and why.

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Tim Webb enjoys worldwide renown as the author of seven editions of Good Beer Guide Belgium (CAMRA Books) since and more recently co-author with Stephen Beaumont of The World Atlas of Beer. He co-wrote and edited the first edition of LambicLand, the book that led to the formation of Cogan & Mater in and has played the same role in.

The most visually stunning and comprehensive beer atlas available, this richly illustrated book includes more beers and more countries than any other book of its kind. Including beer recommendations from Garrett Oliver, the famed brewmaster of Brooklyn Brewery, and written by "beer geographers" Nancy Hoalst-Pullen and Mark Patterson, this Reviews: Get this from a library.

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Unlike Michael Jackson’s legendary World Guide to Beer, which painted a portrait of beer at its lowest ebb, Tim Webb and Stephen Beaumont’s new World Atlas of Beer tours the vibrant global craft beer culture as it is today. Whereas the Guide called attention to the vanishing classic beer styles, the Atlas gathers together the raucous world of the emerging and expanding beer culture revolution.

About Atlas of Beer • Hardcover: pages • Publisher: National Geographic (Septem ) This atlas is the ultimate beer lover’s guide to the world, filled with stunning photography, great storytelling, intriguing beer destinations, fascinating historical perspectives, and firsthand accounts from brewers and bar owners around the globe.The most comprehensive beer atlas available, this richly illustrated compendium includes more beers and more countries than any other book of its kind.

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