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Does My BUTT Look BIG In This BEER? Nutritional Values Of 2,000 Worldwide Beers Paperback – January 3, 2009
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Even if the TTB decides on requirements needed for nutritional labeling tomorrow, they still will grant the drink industry a 3-year lag time to meet federal stadards, spreading out any cost concerns.
But why worry about any of this? Does My BUTT Look BIG In This BEER? gives you the nutritional information for 2,000 worldwide beers.
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Although this book contains many beers, I found that it missed mark on many of the beers that I tend to enjoy. For example, it does not contain information for many of the Belgian Trappist beers (Orval, Trappist Rochefort, LaTrappe, Westmalle). It does not even cover many Chimay offerings (Blue or Red label data- only Chimay White is listed). This might sound picky on my part, however many Belgian beers are missing from this guide. If you are a fan of German beers, the guide does a decent job of listing many of the standard German exports (Weihenstephaner, Ayinger, Hofbrau, Andechs), but others are also missing, and carbohydrate information is missing for some labels too.
Finally, the American craft listings are plentiful, however the regional coverage of craft beers tends to vary. Living on the east coast, I feel as if the author compiled this publication on the west coast. Many west coast labels (not available here in New England) are covered. Conversely, there are many common New England beers that are not mentioned in the guide. And after looking the guide over, I am sure that people in the Mid-Atlantic, South and the Midwest will say the same thing. Overall, I am not upset for buying this resource, as it might be useful to peruse periodically. However, I still drink many more beers that are not listed in this guide and I think a lot more popular beers could have been added.
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I got a press release, datelined Chicago, from Bob Skilnik, a publisher who was announcing his candidacy to be the new U.S. "Beer Nutrition Czar. Read morePublished on September 3, 2012 by Bob Skilnik
Don't expect *anything* else than a list of beer health stats, since that's what you're getting.
But since that's the description, and that's what you get, 5 stars!