It is the kind of book needed to take beer more seriously.
It surveys the major beer styles, and discusses the best food pairings for each, teaching skills that help the reader decide what beer to pair with which food.
If you are looking for a solid book of food and beer look no further than Garrett Oliver's, The Brewmaster's Table.
Pretentious. The content is overshadowed by the narcissistic author. Take a pass on this book.Published 7 days ago by neal ryan
Very well written. entertaining and kept me wanting to read more. also made me want to try beer styles i normally don' t care for and rediscover the subtleties in various styles... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Shelley
The ultimate book for pairing food and beer and a must read for anyone who loves a beer with their meal.Published 20 days ago by Bob Floyd
Fantastic book if you love food and even partially like beer. It has taught me so much and entertained me at the same time. Plus I have a new love for lambic ale!Published 1 month ago by Kimmy
Loving it so far, great writing combined with great information. It's hard to set it aside and I feel anxious to get back to it as soon as possible.Published 1 month ago by Bruno Luigi
After Tasting Beer, by Randy Mosher this is THE book. Learned an awful lot about styles.Published 5 months ago by Peter Francis Dunphy