Pocket Beer 2015: The Indispensable Guide to the World's Best Craft & Traditional Beers - Includes 4,300 Beers [NOOK Book]

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As featured in beer-loving Great Food Magazine, this landmark guide provides beer fans with easy access to an expert overview and puts a world of superb beers at your disposal. Written by two of the world's leading beer experts, with the help of a team of international contributors, The Pocket Beer Book 2015 takes you from the Bock beers of Germany to the Trappist beers of Belgium, the complex bitters and stouts of Britain to the cutting-edge brews of North America. This expert selection covers the extraordinary ...
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Pocket Beer 2015: The Indispensable Guide to the World's Best Craft & Traditional Beers - Includes 4,300 Beers

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Overview

As featured in beer-loving Great Food Magazine, this landmark guide provides beer fans with easy access to an expert overview and puts a world of superb beers at your disposal. Written by two of the world's leading beer experts, with the help of a team of international contributors, The Pocket Beer Book 2015 takes you from the Bock beers of Germany to the Trappist beers of Belgium, the complex bitters and stouts of Britain to the cutting-edge brews of North America. This expert selection covers the extraordinary variety the world's beers now have to offer. Tasting notes, organised by country, provide succinct commentary on the chosen beers and cover the brewery and each beer's key characteristics. With 4,300 beers featured, this book encompasses more familiar established beers as well as exciting new discoveries from the myriad craft breweries that are emerging around the world, covering 80 countries. Punctuating the tasting notes is information on 'beer destinations', specific places where you can best experience a beer in situ. An extensive introductory chapter to the book also covers styles of beer and food and beer pairings.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781845339807
  • Publisher: Octopus Books
  • Publication date: 9/8/2014
  • Sold by: Hachette Digital, Inc.
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 2
  • Sales rank: 763,226
  • File size: 29 MB
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Meet the Author

Stephen Beaumont is a writer and journalist who has been writing about beer for over 20 years. Based in Toronto, Canada, Stephen has written for a very wide range of publications, from the International Herald Tribune to Wine Enthusiast magazine. He has also written, co-written or contributed to ten books. In total, Stephen authors nine regular columns for eight publications, as well as blogs at cheersonline.com and thatsthespirit.com. Tim Webb is renowned as a beer writer across Europe and North America. He has a particular interest in Belgian and international craft brewing and has compiled eight editions of Good Beer Guide Belgium (1992 to 2010) and co-wrote 100 Belgian Beers to Try Before You Die! (2008) and LambicLand (2004 & 2010). Tim writes for Beer Advocate Magazine (US) and is managing editor of his own niche publishing company. For six years he was on the board of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) and formerly ran their Great British Beer Festival. He lives near Cambridge, England.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2014

    Bird 筹

    I agree on the 1st few sentances. Captivating. Longer, though, please.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2014

    Lin's Review

    Good. I like the beginning few sentences especially. I'm pretty sure it could be longer, but please keep going!!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 19, 2014

    Michael

    Loved it u are really talented

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 22, 2014

    Pt. Five

    The next night i lay therr awake and ready for when she would come in. I was surprisingly ho.rney that night and wnted some. She came in like ususal and i sat up smirking. she turned and jumped seeing me aeake. "Slave...what are you doing?" She snapped crawling ontp the bed and over the top of me. I was already na.ked and she pulled the sheets off me making me shiver. She gaped at my body and lowered herself onto me and i moaned as her ld body pressed against my warm one puzzy throbbing and soaked. She easily slipped her fingers into me and i moaned in pleasure. But tonight i wanted to be in charge...i readied myself and countrd to three mentally and flipped us over shoving two fingers into her puzzy having my fingers been dry she screamed in pain. Smirking i pumped those in and out ehile anger built up in her. She used an extra finger and shoved it into my azz and i screamed and collapsed on top of her. She smirked evilly and sucked on my neck before flipping us back iver. I cu.mmed soon after and she grabbed my br.easts squeezing and pinching them. A little bit later she stood and glared at me. "Try that sh.it again? You will be sorry..." she said seething and disappeared through the window

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 22, 2014

    Good

    Exept if it has se.x

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 20, 2014

    Catpaws Boarding School chapter 1

    Alone. That's all Arthur ever knew. The dark gray tomcat, his pelt dusty and tangled, was finding someplace. Somewhere? Maybe someone. He didn't really know. All he knew was that he was lost, alone, and it was getting dark.
    "I hate this blasted wasteland. I hate it. I HATE IT!!!" he shouted into the vast remains of the broken city. After a great tornado, nearly all life in the city had been destroyed. Except Arthur. He was the lone survivor, the lucky one. After all, he was alive. And that was all that matters. He slowly settled underneath a shattered porch and waited for the sun to rise. It was certainly better for him to think about the stars than the gnawing hunger that crept through his stomach. The dark gray tomcat soon felt another paw. A cat paw. 'Is it alive?' Arthur thought. He followed the paw underneath the broken house and soon got his answer.
    "Follow me. I know a place where there is food and shelter."
    A survivor? Arthur could hardly believe it. He followed the strange cat to the outskirts of the city. "Excuse me, but who are you?" Arthur asked, his blue eyes scanning the cat.
    The cat replied. "I am Kaito. I am also a survivor of the great tornado." Kaito was quite handsome. He had sleek black fur and shining emerald eyes. In comparison to Arthur, Kaito was something out of a fairy tale. "Oh... so where is this place you were speaking of earlier?" Arthur meowed. "Actually, we're almost there." Kaito mewed in amusement."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 13, 2014

    Ella

    Maybe books but that would be it

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 10, 2014

    Jon

    Why schoo is for nerds arnt you a nerd of pokemon or anything

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