The World Atlas Of Beer

Looking for a great read and a beautiful book to adorn your coffee table?  The World Atlas Of Beer: The Essential Guide to the Beers of the World is a newly released book on beer filled with great content and beautiful pictures.  Authors Tim Webb and Stephen Beaumont cover all things beer in this hardbound book on brew.

Sections cover a large range of topics.  The book begins with a history of beer, covering it’s origins, how it’s produced, ingredients, and more.  Beer styles, pouring, serving, buying, cellaring, and food pairings are all discussed.  Then the book goes into covering countries and regions along with their respective beers.  Beer styles are covered along with examples of each style including descriptions of each beer.  Continents are broken down by region and further by country with styles and beer culture in each covered.  The pages are filled with tons of high quality photos and great information about places to visit for great brew.  This is a great book for beginners and the well seasoned craft beer veteran.  Each section length is just right to cover the topic without becoming overly long and drawn out.  The authors do a good job of keeping things interesting and explain things in a way everyone can understand.

This book covers a large variety information about our favorite beverage and presents it in a easy to read way that allows the reader enjoy things in bits and pieces at a time as a good coffee table book should.  An enjoyable read and a reference that can be looked back on and read again and again.  Grab one for yourself or a friend (it’s a great Christmas gift too, I’ve already ordered a couple for friends).  Get your copy of The World Atlas of Beer: The Essential Guide to the Beers of the World here on Amazon.