Category - The Bookshelf

Writers have always claimed that there is no better creative inspiration than a stiff drink, and if you need “proof”, look no further than A Sidecar Named Desire. Written by award-winning editor/art director Monte Beauchamp and celebrated...

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Anyone who has come across the Pints and Panels beer blog knows Em Sauter’s style. The certified Cicerone, artist and beer lover puts an entertaining and unique spin on her beer reviews by illustrating her thoughts and feedback for whatever beer...

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For an accomplished writer whose works have been published by the likes of GQ, Punch, Bloomberg and Saveur (just to name a few), writing The Scratch & Sniff Guide to Beer might seem a bit… gimmicky. “I’ll be the first to admit that it’s totally...

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The CIDERCRAFT Guide to the Distinctive Flavors of North American Hard Cider “It’s 300 pages of cider love,” says author Erin James about her new book Tasting Cider, an unabashed celebration of a beverage that’s good to its core. Pun intended...

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Great Reads Make Great Holiday Gifts

The Beer Geek Handbook: Living A Life Ruled By Beer By Patrick Dawson Patrick Dawson’s The Beer Geek Handbook is a colorful and hilarious read that manages to be both lighthearted and essential – even surprising with its insights. With illustrations...

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By now, most of us know that full-bodied, roasty stouts bring out the best in decadent, chocolate desserts, while hoppy IPAs work well to tame the burn of spicy foods. But which adult beverages pair best with the important (and not so important)...

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