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Beer Lover's New England (Beer Lovers Series) Paperback – August 7, 2012
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"Beer Lover's New England" is broken down into chapters by state. The chapters are sub-divided by:
Whether you're looking for a fantastic beer bar in Rhode Island or a list of breweries in Vermont, you know exactly where to flip to.
There are two parts of the book that might interest you if you are considering or already into home-brewing:
1. Interested in brewing your own beer, but don't want to buy all the equipment? There's a chapter that talks about "brew on premise" businesses that will teach you how to brew and also allow you to come in and brew using their equipment!
2. There are a small handful (3) beer clone recipes for home brewers. The three beers are: Cambridge Brewing Company's Sgt. Pepper, Wormtown's Sweet Tat and Tullycross Tavern's Simarillo IPA.
I'm personally not a brewer, so I'm not terribly interested in these sections. I will say that the book is light on the clone recipes. This is more of bonus material than anything else.
There is a section on cooking with beer. It includes 11 recipes. In a cool twist, the recipes are for meals found on the menus of some of the brew pubs listed in the book.
My favorite chapter of the book is about pub crawls.Read more ›
Going state by state, the beer guide highlights how New England's geography and culture shape its beer brewing process. It profiles different breweries and brewpubs accentuating the plethora of beers they offer. I highly recommend this book to any beer lover, whether you're a Red Sox fan or not...
The author also methodically highlights the origin stories for many of the breweries as well as some of the signature and interesting beers produced by each craft brewery. The book is organized by state with excellent maps showing where each brewery or brewpub is located. Finally, he provides useful information on which breweries offer tours and when.
Overall, a fantastic and well-written guide.
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There has been a literal explosion of breweries in Rhode Island alone, and more to come . This book is well written and very informative, I liked the what and what not to do at a... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Silence Monkphart
This is a great book for anyone looking for a microbrewery. It gives a detailed description of the brewery, craft beer and locations. Read morePublished on April 16, 2014 by DY
A friend recommended this book as a good option for those who want to discover New England breweries. I agree!Published on February 2, 2014 by C Ribeiro
got this as a Christmas gift for my uncle and I can tell you he almost did not get it. such a great beer book for all us New Englanders.Published on January 9, 2014 by Marc Sullivan