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Starting in the summer, then moving on to autumn, winter, and spring, each chapter of A Year in Beer: Styles for Every Season will introduce the beer styles from around the world that best suit that season.
CAMRA'sHome-Brewing Problem Solver provides the information you need to nip problems in the bud - and, better still, to avoid them in the first place.
A lavishly illustrated hardback book celebrating and examining the contribution to British brewing made by its family brewers. They are the often-overlooked flag bearers for real ale and have fascinating stories to tell of the early days of commercial brewing.
How beer is made and packaged, and what makes cask beer unique and essential, are explained in clear and accessible terms. How cask, as we know it today, emerged as brewing techniques evolved in the 18th and 19th centuries, and how it persisted in the UK.
The Desi Pub began as a story of resistance. First established in the 1960s to break the racist colour bar, which saw many non-white customers refused service, they have since evolved into a modern-day celebration of multiculturalism.
World's Greatest Beers is the first multi author selection of beers across the globe outside of competitions. - Each beer chosen has been discussed and cross referenced by the authors- The book is also mindful of how accessible these beers are to the consumer - it is a guide to purchase as well as an appreciation.
Written and researched by renowned beer expert Adrian Tierney-Jones, this book includes tasting notes for each beer as well as suggestions for when best to drink it, and also the fascinating stories behind each one.
Modern British Beer aims to highlight the cultural development of beer in the United Kingdom since the turn of the century. The first-person narrative will be told through the stories of approximately 80 different beers and the brewers who made them, and focus on how their influence has directly affected our choice at the bar.
- The World Beer Guide will incorporate decades of Roger's beer experience alongside new trends and modern processes- Each region across the globe will be given detailed analysis and information- The book will also explore how the smaller breweries are still competing with the large co-orporations
When four young friends went on a drinking holiday to Ireland in March 1971, they had no idea that their idle notion of starting a campaign to push for better beer choice would capture the public mood and grow into Europe's biggest single-issue consumer movement.
A highly entertaining and visually stunning exploration of the art and design of beer bottles, pump clip and cans and it how has evolved to grab the attention of beer lovers over the years.
Peak District Pub Walks is a pocket-sized, traveller's guide to some of the best walking and best pubs in the Peak District. The book also explores some of the region's fascinating industrial heritage and has useful information about local transport and accommodation.
The essential pocket guide to European beer travel, this book features over 30 destinations, all easily accessible from the UK for short break travel.
This guide will lead you to the pubs throughout the South East that still have interiors or internal features of real historic significance. They range from rural 'time-warp' pubs, some with no bar counters, to old coaching inns and include some unsung interiors from the inter-war and post-war period.
Fully updated to reflect the growth of London's beer scene* Listings include traditional pubs, specialist beer bars, bottle shops & more* Features colour photography and maps throughout* Organised by area and borough for easy reference* Over 300 venue listings complete with opening hours, public transport links and local landmarks
The seventh edition of this classic CAMRA publication. Essential advice for anyone training to work in a pub cellar, planning a beer festival or serving real ale at a celebration. Clear and concise technical advice, complete with more than 30 informative illustrations and diagrams.
The UK guide to Pubs Bars and venues that serve quality beer as selected by the Campaign For real Ale.
46th edition of the bestselling guide to British pubs. Compiled and sourced by over 190,000 CAMRA members.
Roger Protz writes with a discerning and expert eye on the history of coaching inns (including the highwaymen who often concealed themselves there) and the literature that has celebrated them, from Dickens to Priestley. The result is not only a great pub guide but a gazetteer of the history and culture that are draped along this iconic road.
With this absorbing, pocket-sized book, packed with beer facts, feats, records, stats and anecdotes, you'll never be lost for words at the pub again.
A crash course in beer appreciation, by a renowned expert, providing a unique approach that gives readers the tools to judge for themselves what are great beers.
CAMRA at 40 is a collection of essays by beer writers, brewing industry representatives and a host of others involved with the Campaign for Real Ale. The book charts the campaigns four decades of history and looks forward to the future of real beer in Britain.
Features an illustrated exploration and celebration of real cider and its close cousin perry. This book showcases the best of the British craft cider revolution, with features on some of the characters involved in cider - and perry-making and articles on the history of cider and perry, noteworthy cider pubs, and making your own cider.