Great new book for Craft Beer fans to digest
If you are into your craft beer – which you probably are (otherwise you probably wouldn’t be reading this!) – there’s a great new book out written by Ben McFarland – featuring 500 of the best craft beers around the world.
Boutique Beers captures the people, the places and the passion that have inspired a worldwide craft brewing revolution.
More than just another compendium of the globe’s greatest brews, this book ventures off the well-trodden drinking path and takes the adventurous beer connoisseur deeper into the world of today’s most compelling craft brewers.
Celebrating both the characters at the cutting edge of the contemporary craft beer scene and the pioneers of the past that inspired them, Ben McFarland’s imbibing adventure stretches from Amsterdam’s Red Light District to the far reaches of the Faroe Islands via ale-making iconoclasts of Oregon, Danish gypsy brewers, some monks (obviously) and law-bending, lederhosen wearing Bavarians. There’s even a guy who makes beer from his beard.
The award-winning writer talks of the tales and the tastes of more than five hundred beers ranging from legendary lambics and heinously hopped India Pale Ales to sublime session brews, sexy stouts, cellar-dwelling Barley wines, funky farmhouse beers, collaboration ales, cult classics, sours and saisons, beers made with wild yeast, barrel-aged beers and more.
Amusing, enlightening and absorbing, Boutique Beers belongs on the bookshelf of discerning drinkers everywhere and ensures that you’ll never look at your beer in the same way again.
If it sounds like something you’d want to buy, here’s the Amazon link