Microbreweries in America: A Guide to Microbreweries, Microbrews, Types of Beer, and a Beginner's Guide to Home Brewing Beer

Microbreweries in America: A Guide to Microbreweries, Microbrews, Types of Beer, and a Beginner's Guide to Home Brewing Beer

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by Malibu Publishing, Natha Greene Nathanial
     
 

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Brewed on every continent around the world and enjoyed in every nation, beer can quench every type of thirst and go down as easily as spring water to thick, heady concoctions that resemble that of the thickest oatmeal.

Just as the gourmet blends have conquered a large portion of the coffee business, handcrafted brews continue to keep a firm hold on the most…  See more details below

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Brewed on every continent around the world and enjoyed in every nation, beer can quench every type of thirst and go down as easily as spring water to thick, heady concoctions that resemble that of the thickest oatmeal.

Just as the gourmet blends have conquered a large portion of the coffee business, handcrafted brews continue to keep a firm hold on the most serious of beer drinkers. There are hundreds of thousands of brews out there, which are sure to please even the hardest to please.

When it comes to the gourmet types of microbrews, there are some things to keep in mind. If you are new to microbrews and gourmet types, you'll find the information in this ebook to be very beneficial.

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ISBN-13:
9781300900771
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
04/02/2013
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667 KB

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Microbreweries in America: A Guide to Microbreweries, Microbrews, Types of Beer, and a Beginner's Guide to Home Brewing Beer 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Okay. This is good but wasnt it bug guts not bug juice?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
While reading this, I am playing the Axis Powers closing song and laughing my head off.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Seems like one strict place that l would hate :D
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awwww! Alfred and Kiku are just adorable. X3 Wuv 'em. This shall be a fun little fanfic. :3 <br> I vote the Bad Touch Trio makes and appearance. Either them or Iggy and Francis. As Al and Matt's big brothers, of course. :P <br> This is awesome. Just keep being awesome!<p> Kesesesese~<br> ~\Splittah|Jay/
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Kiku didn't see Alfred again until dinner, as he had promised. Kiku plopped himself down in the seat next to Alfred, trying not to gag at the mystery meat and mystery veg (that was probably also meat) in front of him. <br>"So, how's life goin', dude?" Alfred asked cheerfully. <br>"It's been pretty okay," Kiku said, blushing and smiling a bit. <br>"Same," Alfred replied, smiling that smile. Kiku wanted to float into space. "Oh, sh<_>it, the counselors are going to make this huge speech. They do it every year, and it's annoying as fu<_>ck." <br>"Every..." Kiku mumbled in surprise. <br>Several counselors were on a stage next to the tables. Kiku saw the rude counselor that he had talked to before. <br>"Hello, and welcome to another great, amazing year at Camp Bug Juice! First, we're going to introduce everyone up here!" a counselor with fading blonde hair shouted. <br>Several amused and irritated mutters came from the crowd of campers. Most of cabin 15 just sighed, with the exception of Yao, who was muttering curse words under his breath. Kiku didn't know what to expect, so he just stayed silent. <br>"As we all know, I'm Ricky, and I want you all to have the best summer ever!" the blonde haired counselor yelled. <br>"He's lying... he's actually the worst one," Alfred whispered to Kiku. Kiku tilted his head in confusion. He didn't understand how he was the worst one, but he knew he was going to find out soon. <br>"This is my buddy MR. KREJ! We don't refer to him as his first name, so always remember to call him Mr. Krej!" Ricky screeched, pointing to the rude counselor. <br>"He's Ricky's henchman," Alfred whispered into Kiku's ear. "Sometimes we call him Mr. Jerk, because that's his name backwards..." <br>"What's his first name?" Kiku whisper-asked. <br>"It's Joe, but everyone who called him that is dead, so no one really knows for sure." Alfred looked up at the stage. "Da<_>mn, they're talking again!" he hissed. <br>"And this is Wilbur!" Ricky motioned towards a gray haired man who was obviously trying to hide the fact that he was eating a chocolate glazed donut. <br>"Why does he get a donut?" Kiku whispered. <br>"He spots out the 'troublemakers'," Alfred whispered back. "Even though they're the ones who actually cause trouble." <br>"That doesn't seem fair," Kiku said quietly. <br>"It isn't. That's the sad part of it all," Alfred whisper-shouted, anger and sadness in his voice. <br>"And now, the rules! Wake-up is at 7 AM- sharp. Breakfast is at 7:30 AM- sharp. Schooling is at 9 AM- sharp. Camp activities are at noon- sharp. Dinner is at 6 PM- sharp. Curfew is at 9 PM- sharp. Lights-out is at 10 PM- sharp." The counselors paced back and forth on the stage. <br>"Like a needle to the eye," Alfred hissed. <br>"And that's not all! No electronics, no food in the cabin, no physical displays of affection, no wandering outside after curfew, no... no... no... no..." The counselor's voice droned on and on, and Kiku didn't even comprehend what he or the other counselors were saying anymore. <br>"And no- I see we've read all of the rules! Everyone, go back to their cabins for the rest of the night!" Ricky screamed like a stuck pig. <br>"This makes me sick," Kiku hissed to Alfred. <br>"I know, Kiku, I know," Alfred said, pain filling his voice. <br> <br>To Be Continued <br>Author's note: The counselors aren't Hetalia characters, they're characters that just randomly appeared in my head. XD <br> <br>~E &spades