Ale gets all the attention in the craft beer world but a fine lager is hard to beat. To learn more about this wonderful side of the beer spectrum, here’s a look at Lager: The Definitive Guide to Tasting and Brewing the World’s Most Popular Beer Styles by Dave Carpenter.
Looking to learn about beer all around the world? Want a great looking guide to our favorite beverage? The National Geographic Atlas of Beer: A Globe-Trotting Journey Through the World of Beer is the book you seek! Take a look.
As long as there’s been beer, there’ve been brewers pushing the envelope of what we traditionally define the beverage as. Extreme brewing is as old as beer itself but it’s come to new heights with the craft beer explosion of recent years. For those looking to brew their own extreme beer, Project Extreme Brewing: An Enthusiast’s Guide to Extreme Brewing at Home by Sam Calagione and Todd & Jason Alström may be just the book you seek.
While we may enjoy a good strong imperial stout from time to time, most of us can’t stomach sitting around and drinking glass after glass of the stuff. Session beers to the rescue! This sessionable drink has recently seen great growth and Session Beers: Brewing For Flavor and Balance by Jennifer Talley takes us on an exploration of easy-drinking brew.
Review: Off-Centered Leadership: The Dogfish Head Guide to Motivation, Collaboration and Smart Growth
Sam Calagione is one of the best known folks in craft beer. His brewery, Dogfish Head, is known to most as a brewer that has continuously pushed the boundaries of what beer can be, and brought back ancient recipes long since forgotten. In his latest book, Off-Centered Leadership: The Dogfish Head Guide to Motivation, Collaboration and Smart Growth, Sam takes a look at leadership and what the future will hold for himself and his brewery.
There are plenty of books on the topic of craft beer but they’re typically non-fiction. What happens when you mix craft beer with murder? Find out in Death On Tap, a murder mystery by author Ellie Alexander.