9780752455679Pub Date: 6/1/10 (US,Can.)$24.95Discount Code: LONHardback / Cloth overboards240 pagesCarton Qty: 32History / Social History8.0in H | 5.0in W | 0.8lb Wt203mm H | 127mm W |363g Wt
Amber, Gold & Black
The History of Britain's Great Beers
Amber, Gold & Black
is a comprehensive history of British beer in all its variety. It covers all there is to knowabout the history of the beers Britons have brewed and enjoyed down the centuries-Bitter, Porter, Mild andStout, IPA, Brown Ale, Burton Ale and Old Ale, Barley Wine and Stingo, Golden Ale, Gale Ale, Honey Ale, WhiteBeer, Heather Ale, and Mum. This is a celebration of the depths of British beery heritage, a look at the roots of the styles that are enjoyed today as well as lost ales and beers, and a study of how the liquids that fill our beerglasses developed over the years. From beginner to beer buff, this history will tell you things you never knewbefore about Britain's favorite drink.
is an award-winning author and journalist, a founding member of the British Guild of Beer Writers,and a former Beer Writer of the Year. His other titles include
Beer: The Story of the Pint
9781852492731Pub Date: 3/15/10 (US,Can.)$24.95Discount Code: LONPaperback / softback /Trade paperback (US)304 pagesCarton Qty: 20Cooking / Beverages8.0in H | 5.5in W | 0.8in T203mm H | 140mm W |20mm T
300 Beers to Try Before You Die!
Roger ProtzFrom Belgian fruit beers to hoppy cask ales, small-production microbrews to Czech Republic lagers, this is apersonal and comprehensive portfolio of international beers compiled by one of the world's leading beer writers.In this unique and beautifully illustrated collection, he has distilled decades of beer knowledge into anentertaining and indispensable guide to the ales that no beer lover should miss. The book divides beers by type,including bitters, best bitters, pilsners, brown and mild ales, pale ales, extra strong beers and bitters, old alesand barley wines, golden ales, porters and stouts, alt and amber ales, fruit beers, and beires de garde, eachcomprising an alphabetical listing of the beers. Many of the entries are fully illustrated, and each beer comescomplete with a box panel for adding your own tasting notes. Information on the country of origin, beerstrength, brewery, and a detailed description of the beer and its history are also given.
Roger Protz is a journalist, broadcaster, campaigner, and the author of more than 15 books about beer andbrewing. He is the editor of the annual
Good Beer Guide,
now in its 32nd year. His awards include GlenfiddichDrink Writer of the Year 2004 and Lifetime Achievement Award British Guild of Beer Writers.