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Beer for All Seasons: A Through-the-Year Guide to What to Drink and When to Drink It #bookreview #be

Title: Beer for All Seasons: A Through-the-Year Guide to What to Drink and When to Drink It

Author: Randy Mosher

Genre: Food and Drink, Beer

Book Blurb:

For everything there is a season — and beer is no exception. Best-selling author Randy Mosher leads you on a delicious tour of beer-tasting opportunities throughout the year, guiding you through all the best seasonal beer releases and festivals. Discover which beers are best to drink on warm spring afternoons or icy winter nights, and learn to make the most out of Craft Beer Week and Oktoberfest. Fun, fresh, and full of insider information, Beer for All Seasons will have you enjoying the varied delights of your favorite beverage year-round.

My Review:

The world of beer has always been one of sophistication. Just ask any serious beer drinker. I grew up surrounded by relatives who loved beer. German and Irish beers were at every family get together. I, myself, am allergic to hops so I cannot imbibe.

I saw this book and instantly started reading it. Let me tell you, I was not disappointed. I love the colorful photographs and graphics along with the informative text. I learned all about the history of beer and when to drink what kind of beer. My favorite section was titled, "Beer for the Easter Basket". Who could resist that?

This book is perfect for the beer connoisseur and novice alike.

Disclaimer: I received a copy from Storey Publishing via Netgalley in the hopes I’d review it.

My Rating: 5 stars

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Author Biography:

A master of brewing science, Randy Mosher (Chicago, IL) applies his restless curiosity and creative energy toward the art of brewing.

As a veteran and award winning brewer, Randy Mosher knows the rules of brewing and when to break them. He is the author of The Brewers Companion (Alephenalia Publications, 1994), the homebrewing columnist in All About Beer, a regular contributor to Zymurgy (the Journal of the American Homebrewers Association) and is a frequent lecturer on beer across the country. He is also on the board of directors of the American Homebrewers Association and the Chicago Beer Society.

With a background in advertising graphics, Mosher has been a creative force in homebrewing for more than 20 years. In Radical Brewing, he shares his many discoveries and secrets (try the recipe for Tangerine Porter) with an amusing tone and gently bent approach that will engage new brewers and captivate creative thinkers of all types.

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Reviewed by: Mrs. N

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