Beer: What To Drink Next: Featuring The Beer Select-o-pedia by Michael LarsonBeer: What To Drink Next: Featuring The Beer Select-o-pedia by Michael Larson

Beer: What To Drink Next: Featuring The Beer Select-o-pedia

byMichael Larson

Paperback | March 4, 2014

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A Beer Lover's Guide to More than 250 Craft Beers, Ales, and Lagers
 
Find new brews to enjoy with the easy-to-use Beer: What to Drink Next. Simply look up whatever you like drinking on the Beer Select-O-Pedia—a periodic table of beer styles. Ninety different kinds of beer are organized by country of origin, leading you to a color coded chapter full of suggestions of what to drink next—Belgian Trappist beer, German lagers, British and Irish ales, all manner of American beers, plus some unique category-busting hybrid creations. Each style includes a brief history, a description, three beers to try, and suggested food pairings; there's even a color diagram defining the beer's “atomic structure”—with tasting notes, fun facts, and recommended breweries.”
 
Michael Larson is a beer reviewer and cofounder of the website The Perfectly Happy Man (ThePerfectlyHappyMan.com). Since the website was founded in December 2009, his team has sampled and discussed the merits of more than 500 different craft beers. Michael lives in Chicago, IL.
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Title:Beer: What To Drink Next: Featuring The Beer Select-o-pediaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 8.5 × 7 × 0.68 inPublished:March 4, 2014Publisher:Sterling EpicureLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1454910062

ISBN - 13:9781454910060

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"Larson's outstanding, illustrated guide will help expert and novice beer drinkers alike find that next crucial beer that's suited to their taste ... Larson painstakingly profiles over 90 different styles of beer, highlighting each of their peculiarities, flavor profiles, unique qualities, and suggested food pairings, as well as offering three beers to seek out if the style piques the reader's interest. He does a superb job of demystifying the seemingly endless tide of lagers, stouts, pilsners and ales ... U.K.'s Rawshock Design also deserves a pint or two for their terrifically crisp and engaging design." —Publishers Weekly (starred review)