Publisher: CAMRA Books, 1989.
Hard Cover, 160 pages, 5.00 x 7.50.
A unique collection of entertaining trivia and essential wisdom, The Book of Beer Knowledge is the perfect book for beer lovers everywhere. More than 200 entries cover everything from fictional "celebrity landlords" of soap opera bars to the harsh facts detailing the world's biggest brewers, from bizarre beer names to the serious subject of fermentation, and from the weighty associations of beer in literature to the populist world of Homer Simpson and his drinking companions. If you need to know the nutritional merits of beer, or who produces and consumes it most; where to find the world's major beer festivals or uncover unusual and fascinating facts such as the meaning of sahti and kvass, then look no further.
Jeff Evans is the author of Good Bottled Beer Guide, was the editor of the annual Good Beer Guide eight times, and was the 2001 British Guild of Beer Writers Beer Writer of the Year.
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