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Imagine coming home after a long day of work and drinking a cold one while relaxing in front of the television. One might expect a brewery cookbook to contain gut-sticking food recipes, like the featured spicy pork ribs and burgers with a gorgonzola twist. However, lighter palette-tinglers such as Lemony Couscous with Mint and Feta are included as well. Each of the 184 recipes contains clear directions and serving size, and many feature a full-page color photograph. What makes this cookbook beer-friendly is not the number of recipes that contain the beverage (48), but rather the suggested complementary type of beer for each entry. One may feel right at home behind the counter at a pub after reading about the proper way to pour a beer, variety of serving glasses, tasting directions, and terminology. A traditional index is helpful, but for after parties when you have a case left over, the index by type of beer will be beneficial. Recommended for public libraries.-Kristen Mastel, MINITEX Lib. Information Network, MinneapolisCopyright 2006 Reed Business Information.