The Beer Book: Your Drinking Companion to Over 1,700 Beers by Sam Calagione, Tim Hampson
By Sam Calagione, Tim Hampson
The USA ranks eleventh at the checklist of best beer-drinking countries. we like our beer, and we adore to benefit approximately beer.
The Beer booklet is a visible catalog of greater than 800 breweries, whistle-stop beer trails, and key beer evidence, and is an essential consultant to the world's favourite drink. Revised and up-to-date to incorporate the latest and most well liked brews, The Beer ebook positive aspects each major brewery in each major brewing kingdom, and showcases new and distinctiveness beers, in addition to the classics.
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5% ABV Brown ale with sour cherries, aged in French oak wine barrels for a year. Oaky, with pleasing acidity. 5% ABV Dark and powerful, with profoundly fruity aromas and palate; chocolate and whisky malt undertones. 8% ABV Full-bodied German-style wheat beer full of banana and clove ﬂavors. A hot day refresher with a satisfying dry ﬁnish. 2% ABV Tastes like a stronger version of Long Trail Ale, particularly rich in caramel and chocolate. Earthy, somewhat pungent, hops. BELGIAN STRONG ALE 11% ABV Flavors of cherries, chocolate, smoke, dark fruits, dried fruits, and vanilla.
1% ABV Properly cloudy, with subdued fruit aromas. Banana on the palate, with distinct cloves and crisp wheat. S. 4% ABV As thick as motor oil, with intense aromas of burnt licorice, chocolate, and roasted coffee beans. 5% ABV Rich without being heavy. Surprising caramel and toasted ﬂavors, mild hop presence with just enough bitterness. 5% ABV A spring seasonal. Surprisingly dark with subtle caramel notes. Clean honey-maltiness, not-so-subtle alcohol, and pleasant, herbal hops. 6% ABV Its name and caramel character nod toward Scotland, but the resiny hop ﬁnish is distinctly American.
Spicy, rounded fermentationbased fruit, vanilla, and a woody rich-but-not-sweet texture. 5% ABV Rich, textured, and a touch oily. Pours black. Sweet chocolate notes balance roasted coffee ﬂavor. 7% ABV Fresh taste of Northwest hops, piney and citrussy. Crisply rich, with hops lingering beyond a bitter ﬁnish. 5% ABV Juicy hops arrive in waves of citrus, grapefruit, pine, and mangoes, complementing a solid malt base. Oak and bitterness work in tandem. PORTER 5% ABV Full of chocolate notes, it resonates with smooth, dark, and bittersweet cocoa.