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The Beerbistro Cookbook Hardcover – May 5, 2009

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About the Author

STEPHEN BEAUMONT's writings about beer, spirits and travel have appeared in such publications as The Globe and Mail, International Herald Tribune, Esquire, National Geographic Traveler, Playboy, Saveur, Wine Enthusiast, Epicurious and Hemispheres. He has also written many books including A Taste for Beer; Stephen Beaumont's Brewpub Cookbook; Premium Beer Drinker's Guide: The World's Strongest, Boldest & Most Unusual Beers; and Great Canadian Beer Guide, 2nd edition

BRIAN MORIN has worked as a line cook, butcher, baker, chef garde manger, pastry chef, sous-chef and executive chef in some of Canada's finest kitchens.

Beaumont and Morin are partners in Canada's first beer cuisine restaurant, beerbistro, located in downtown Toronto.
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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 296 pages
  • Publisher: Key Porter Books (May 5, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1554701406
  • ISBN-13: 978-1554701407
  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 9.4 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.7 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #303,264 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Stephen Beaumont is one of the world's most authoritative voices on beer today, as well as a widely recognized writer on spirits, food and travel.

As co-author of both 'The World Atlas of Beer' (2012), published in eleven international editions, and two editions of 'The Pocket Beer Guide' (2013 & 2014), Stephen has amassed an unparalleled understanding of what's going on in the fast-paced and expanding world of beer today. If there is good lager or ale to be had, whether in San Francisco or Singapore, Montreal or Milan, Stephen knows about it, and has most likely sampled it!

In addition to The World Atlas of Beer and The Pocket Beer Guide, Stephen has authored or co-authored eight other books, including the forthcoming 'Beer & Food Companion' and two editions of 'The Great Canadian Beer Guide,' as well as contributing to nine others, including the immense '1001 Beers You Must Taste Before You Die'; the literary tribute to legendary drinks writer Michael Jackson, 'Beer Hunter, Whisky Chaser'; and the recently released 'Handbook of Porters & Stouts'.

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I bought The Beer Bistro Cookbook for my partner for the holidays, and we've been having fun with it ever since. The Stout Brownies, alone, were worth the price of the book.

However, we planned a dinner party for 7 this weekend using only recipes from the book, with beer in every one, and had more trouble than we bargained for. For example, the recipe for white beer-cured salmon with sweet mustard and porter pancakes begins on page 81, then refers the reader to page 171 for the beer-cured salmon, page 200 for porter pancakes, and page 211 for the sweet mustard sauce. Different parts of the recipe serve different numbers of people, so the whole thing becomes very confusing and inefficient, with not enough sauce, way too much pancake batter and way, way too much fish. The appetizer was delicious, but when we make it again, we'll refer to our own notes in the margins to get it right.

We also made the potato-weissbier bread, which took 3-4 times longer to bake than indicated in the book, bistro salad (no problem), Belgian ale steak stew, which had such an acrid gravy that I drained all the gravy off and created my own, and beeramisu, which took us two tries and some ingenuity to make it suitable. We had a wonderful dinner party, but could have used more help from this cookbook. Did anyone test these recipes for home use?
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Casual elegance...Gourmet chic merged with relaxed gustatory delight - in a word, beerbistro of Toronto. Brian Morin, Executive Chef and Owner of beerbistro, and Stephen Beaumont, International Travel and Drinks Author, have found a way to bring this casual elegance into the lives of those throughout North America with this dynamic, eye-catching, hardcover book.

A quick perusal through the photographs of this volume provides a voyeurs look at the silky level of sumptuous comestibles prepared at beerbistro. These tasty victuals titillate the taste buds with pleasure, both in cuisine à la Bière and in libations that combine to make the beerbistro experience one of unparalleled pleasure. Concurrently, the mind instantly engages in a state of comfort through the authors' simple illumination of specific topics that enhance your immersion into the pleasures of good beer. Chef Morin's mission, "changing the way people think about beer," emerges as a glowing ember in this cookbook-style presentation of beerbistro's avant garde objective.

The essence of beerbistro stands out as upbeat, youthful, energetic, sophisticated, freshly local, diverse, economical, and multicultural. Brian Morin's distinctive vision to provide freshly crafted, beer-infused food, including beerbistro's home-smoked bacon, 16-hour pulled pork, and hand-crafted mayonnaise, sauces, jellies, salsas, jams, and glazes, positions him in a distinctive category of culinary excellence. One quickly recognizes beerbistro fare as something to be savored, like the languorous pleasure of a lover's all-night caress.
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I picked up this book a while back. I'm just learning how to cook. I handed the book to my father in law, who has much more experience with cooking. So far, he has made lamb burgers and Belgian ale beef stew. Both were excellent.
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An odd collection of recipes containing beer. They prove, just a Julia did with wine, if you have drank enough while cooking, you can add some to the food and it will taste even better!
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We own Stevens Point Brewery in Wisconsin,and was looking for wonderful recipes made with beer!! I found it in this book.Plus the authors teach how to do a tasting.
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