National Geographic Atlas of Beer: A Globe-Trotting Journey Through the World of Beer

National Geographic Atlas of Beer A Globe Trotting Journey Through the World of Beer This ultimate beer lover s guide to the world is filled with stunning photography unique drinking destinations little known histories and insider knowledge from brewers and bar owners around the gl

  • Title: National Geographic Atlas of Beer: A Globe-Trotting Journey Through the World of Beer
  • Author: Mark W Patterson Nancy Hoalst-Pullen Garrett Oliver
  • ISBN: 9781426218330
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This ultimate beer lover s guide to the world is filled with stunning photography, unique drinking destinations, little known histories, and insider knowledge from brewers and bar owners around the globe The most comprehensive beer atlas available, this richly illustrated compendium includes beers and countries than any other book of its kind Including beer recThis ultimate beer lover s guide to the world is filled with stunning photography, unique drinking destinations, little known histories, and insider knowledge from brewers and bar owners around the globe The most comprehensive beer atlas available, this richly illustrated compendium includes beers and countries than any other book of its kind Including beer recommendations from Garrett Oliver, the renowned brewmaster of Brooklyn Brewery, and written by beer geographers Nancy Hoalst Pullen and Mark Patterson, this indispensable guide features than 100 illuminating maps and 200 beautiful color photos You ll find beer history, trends, and tasting across six continents and how to order a beer in 14 languages Travel tips include the best breweries, beer festivals, and pubs in each location Smart, compelling, and practical, this essential guide will help you discover the best beer wherever you are.

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    1. National Geographic Atlas of Beer: A Globe-Trotting Journey Through the World of Beer by Nancy Hoalst-Pullen and Mark W. Patterson is a coffee table book about, you guessed, beer around the world. The book includes a forward by Garrett Oliver, the brewmaster of Brooklyn Brewery.The book is a tour around Europe, North America, South America, Asia, Australia & Oceania, and Africa each with it’s own beers and experiences. The sections include a beer guide to where beer lovers go, how to order [...]

    2. I did not read the whole book, just several countries (Ireland, Italy, Britain) where I have tasted beer. There is much to learn from this book. Though it has excellent photos, this is not a glossy Photo-type book, but one that focuses on the history of various types of brews (e.g. lager, IPA), past and current state of brewing and breweries, and local/country culture surrounding beer. I think it is one of the best NatGeo books out.

    3. It's a book that maps out the best, most interesting brews around the world while also providing a fascinating history of brewing in dozens of key countries. There's no downside.Okay, well, there's one small downside: if you read the book straight through, you'll be both desperate for a beer and kind of bored with beer. Honestly, it all runs together after a while, even if it is making you thirsty.

    4. This book has good information but the way it’s put together makes me not want to even browse through it.

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