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Drinking with George: A Barstool Professional's Guide to Beer Paperback – Bargain Price, May 18, 2010
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Starred Review. Actor Wendt is recognized world-wide for his role as Cheers barfly Norm Peterson. In this memoir, Wendt finds plenty of common ground with his televised alter ego, not just in his keen love for beer, but in a talent for funny, affectionate storytelling. Deftly weaving personal anecdote with beer lore, Wendt reminisces on a career built on his work playing a lush, and a personal life also largely defined by beer. Hysterical from start to finish, Wendt is also measured, humble and genuine. Stories of his time at Second City and his relationships with Woody Harrelson, Chris Farley, Farrah Fawcett and others are a goldmine for comedy fans. Wendt never strays far from his most trusted costar, beer, and aficionados will be impressed by his extensive, loving collection of trivia and history. Fans of the man, the myth, or the malt beverage will drink it up. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
George Wendt is an American actor, best known for the role of Norm Peterson on the classic television show Cheers.
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Let's face it; for a large segment of the population, beer is the center of the universe. George is widely regarded as the beer drinker's guru; the guy with the most knowledge on the subject, and the sharpest wit on how to engage in the activity in the most desirable fashion. This book is no exception; he nails it.
Certainly, George knows beer; and we're fortunate enough to have his spin on how to best savor a nice cold one. Really, no beer drinker's library is complete without Wendt's engaging prose. You'll love it.