Even tough this site contains a lot of information, there is
still a lot more to learn about beer and beerglassware. Besides from the links to other
resources on the internet which you can find on the links page, there are a lot of books
Here are a few good books about beer;
by Michael Jackson.
With Ultimate Beer, Jackson homes in on the particulars: which beer, when, and why.
After a concise overview of brewing ingredients and processes, Jackson explores a myriad
of beers from every corner of the brewing world. His suggestions are organized by the
situation in which they might best be enjoyed: from summer sippers to winter warmers,
aperitifs to nightcaps. Enticing photography of each beer and its packaging accompanies
Jackson's tasting notes, brief technical info, and product-specific tidbits. Then, Jackson
indulges further with chapters on matching particular beers to particular dishes, and
follows that up with a brief guide to cooking with beer.
Dummies, by Marty Nachel, Steve Ettingler.
Beer has always been one of the world's most popular beverages; but recently,
people have embraced the rich complexities of beer's many varieties. Now, with Beer
For Dummies, you can quickly and enjoyably educate your palate -- from recognizing
the characteristics of ales, lagers, and other beer styles to brewing your own beer right
at home. In Beer For Dummies, beer connoisseur Marty Nachel shares his own
expertise on this subject so dear to his heart, revealing his picks for the best beer...
Companion, by Stephen Snyder.
From amber American ale to hearty Irish stout, golden Bavarian wheat to rich British
bitter, beer is the beverage of choice for a new and sophisticated audience of gourmets.
More and more, people are appreciating the ancient art of brewmaking and the
ever-expanding range of modern brewing masterpieces. The Beer Companion is the
ultimate guide for those who are intrigued by the fabulous variety of beers available
today. This authoritative volume provides both a fascinating look at the brewing...
The World Encyclopedia of Beer, by Brian Glover.
This comprehensive guide to one of the world's most popular beverages will delight all
those who enjoy beer, from casual drinkers to connoisseurs. The text follows the
development of beer throughout history, from its origins in ancient Egypt to today's major
global industry. The book explores the beers of over 50 countries. 600 color photos.
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