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BEER BOOKS

In addition to enjoying great beer and homebrewing beer, at LIBeerGuide we also enjoy reading about beer.  Below are some recent reads that we think you will enjoy.  Click on the cover of the book for a link to more info:

 

"Grilled Cheese & Beer" is pretty self-explanatory -- a collection of awesome recipes for tasty grilled cheese sandwiches from chef Eddie Davis with a recommended beer pairing from Kevin Vanblarcum, a brewer at Keegan Ales in Kingston, NY.  One of my favorites: Gooey Lewis and the Blues paired with Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA.

 

 

"Beer FAQ" is a non-nonsense guide to the world of beer from internationally recognized beverage writer Jeff Cioletti.  Jeff answers the most burning questions about beer styles, ingredients and the history and traditions of our favorite beverage.

LIBeerGuide, The Beer FAQ Book.

 

"The Beer Bible" is a comprehensive guide to beer styles, divided into four major families—ales, lagers, wheat beers, and sour and wild ales.

LIBeerGuide, The Beer Bible.

 

"The Foodie's Beer Book" is an excellent introduction to the fine art of pairing of beer with food, including lots of great recipes.

LIBeerGuide, The Foodie's Beer Book.

 

"Brew Better Beer" is a great book for homebrewers looking to step up to the next level and try new styles.  Recipes and useful tips are provided by author and homebrewer Emma Christensen, who is recipe editor for the popular home cooking website, The Kitchn (thekitchn.com).   

LIBeerGuide, The Brew Better Beer Book.