Books About Beer
Beer School: Bottling Success at the Brooklyn Brewery -
|Author: Steve Hindy, Tom Potter, Michael R. Bloomberg|
Pages: 304 pages
Publish Date: December 22, 2006
Description: This winning tale of the rise of the Brooklyn Brewery follows the basic pattern of every entrepreneur's memoir: a restless visionary sets out to accomplish a dream, barely survives a series of setbacks, emerges victoriousand ready to tell readers how they can do the same. Read Our Review
The New Beerbellie Diet and the Search for a Six-Pack -
|Publisher: Beerbellie, Inc|
Pages: 284 pages
Publish Date: October 29, 2004
Description: Timothy J. Kaminski is a 41 year-old father of 3 from the suburbs of Chicago. He's not a doctor, certified trainer or nutrition expert. Tim's the kind of guy you see at the gym or jogging around your neighborhood. He is tired of seeing all the advertisements for miracle weight loss products that promise quick results in record time. He decided it was time for a fresh approach to diet and fitness.
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The Pint Man -
|Author: Steve Rushin|
Pages: 272 pages
Publish Date: February 23, 2010
Description: With The Pint Man then, I aspired to tell a story largely set in an Irish bar, with a lot of beer, and a little bit of baseball talk, and more urinals than were strictly necessary, and to call that bar Boyle's. Like its real-world antecedents, Boyle's is proof that sunlight isn't always required for life to flourish on this planet.
Travels with Barley: A Journey Through Beer Culture in America -
|Author: Ken Wells|
Publisher: Free Press
Pages: 320 pages
Publish Date: October 6, 2004
Description: This account of journeys through the soft beer belly of America exudes that expansive happiness that springs from a guy who is truly enjoying his bottle of brew. Wells, a Wall Street Journal reporter, has crisscrossed the U.S., visiting breweries and bars to find out just what makes beer the nation's leading adult beverage.