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Vintage Beer
[68850]

Storey Publishing

Item #  68850
UPC :   9781612121567
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Aging beer to enhance and change its flavor has been a popular pastime in Europe and the UK, but now it's a
growing trend here in the United States. As more craft brewers brew beers with the qualities needed for aging, the trend will take off.
This is the guide that will help beer drinkers get the most out of not drinking beer when it's fresh.

2014 Gold Medal Winner from the North American Guild of Beer Writers for Best Beer Book

Like good wine, certain beers can be aged under the right conditions to enhance and change their flavors in interesting and delicious ways. Good candidates for cellaring are either strong, sour, or smoked beers, such as barleywines, rauchbiers, and lambics. Patrick Dawson gives a list of easy-to-follow rules that lay the groundwork for identifying these cellar-worthy beers and then delves into the mysteries behind how and why they age as they do. Beer styles known for aging well are discussed and detailed profiles of commonly available beers that fall into these categories are included. There is also a short travel guide for bars and restaurants that specialize in vintage beer gives readers a way to taste what this new craft beer frontier is all about.
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