The Ontario Craft Beer Guide

The Ontario Craft Beer Guide
Author: Robin LeBlanc,Jordan St. John
Publsiher: Dundurn
Total Pages: 432
Release: 2016-06-07
Genre: Cooking
ISBN: 1459735668

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A must-have book for anyone interested in exploring local Ontario beer. First guidebook like this since 1993's Ontario Beer Guide by Jamie Mackinnon. The rise of the craft beer scene has created many new breweries and beers in Ontario since then. Authors are highly regarded both within and outside the industry, with Jordan's work as Sun Media's beer columnist for four years, and Robin's international recognition with the Saveur Magazine Best Food Blog Award, among other accolades. World renowned beer writer Stephen Beaumont (The World Atlas of Beer and The Pocket Beer Guide) to write the foreword, an endorsement sure to interest his many devoted readers. The tourism aspect of the guide can't be ignored, as it will be in essence a bucket list for anyone planning a beer road trip through the province.

The Ontario Craft Beer Guide

The Ontario Craft Beer Guide
Author: Robin LeBlanc,Jordan St. John
Publsiher: Dundurn
Total Pages: 640
Release: 2017-05-20
Genre: Cooking
ISBN: 9781459739314

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With nearly one hundred new breweries, this second edition of The Ontario Craft Beer Guide is an indispensable field guide to the province’s beer. The explosion of craft beer variety in North America has created a climate of amazing quality and bewildering options for beer drinkers. Choosing a drink in that landscape can be intimidating, but in The Ontario Craft Beer Guide beer lovers have a concise and expertly curated guide to over one thousand offerings, with simple tasting notes, ratings, and brewery biographies. Let noted experts Jordan St. John and Robin LeBlanc guide you to your next favourite beer, from your new favourite brewery.

Lost Breweries of Toronto

Lost Breweries of Toronto
Author: Jordan St. John
Publsiher: Arcadia Publishing
Total Pages: 160
Release: 2014-10-28
Genre: Photography
ISBN: 9781625851994

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Noted beer expert and writer Jordan St. John shows readers the rich history of Toronto's heritage breweries, many of which still exist today. Explore the once-prominent breweries of nineteenth-century Toronto. Brewers including William Helliwell, John Doel, Eugene O'Keefe, Lothar Reinhardt, Enoch Turner, and Joseph Bloore influenced the history of the city and the development of a dominant twentieth-century brewing industry in Ontario. Step inside the lost landmarks that first brought intoxicating brews to the masses in Toronto. Jordan St. John delves into the lost buildings, people and history behind Toronto's early breweries, with detailed historic images, stories both personal and industrial, and even reconstructed nineteenth-century brewing recipes.

Goodnight Brew

Goodnight Brew
Author: Karla Oceanak
Publsiher: Bailiwick Press
Total Pages: 32
Release: 2014-09-23
Genre: Humor
ISBN: 9781934649572

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It’s closing time at the brewery. While the moon rises, the happy crew sings and dances as they wind down for the day. Join them in saying goodnight to the beer-making equipment, brew ingredients, and styles of suds. This humorous parody of a children's literature classic is a "pitcher book" for grown-ups. It's the perfect anytime story for beer lovers everywhere!

Craft Beer Revolution

Craft Beer Revolution
Author: Joe Wiebe
Publsiher: D & M Publishers
Total Pages: 256
Release: 2015-03-07
Genre: Cooking
ISBN: 9781771620635

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The most detailed collection of craft beer breweries is now more comprehensive than ever! Since the first edition of Craft Beer Revolution was published, fifteen new BC breweries have opened and another eighteen are scheduled to open by the end of 2014. Joe Wiebe, the Thirsty Writer, revisits the established and explores the province’s freshest new hoppy IPAs and strong stouts in this completely revised and updated guide. Microbrewing has exploded into a significant figure in the marketplace—the market share for artisanal beer climbed to 19 percent in 2013—and craft beer has become prominent in restaurants, taprooms and craft beer converts are carrying home growlers of creative and delicious brews. From the Kootenays to the west coast of Vancouver Island, the craft beer scene is booming. With profiles of BC’s finest craft breweries, as well as tap lists, bottle shops and an insider’s look at the people behind the kegs and casks, this second edition of Craft Beer Revolution explains how to best experience the beer phenomenon that’s sweeping the province.

Tapping the West

Tapping the West
Author: Scott Messenger
Publsiher: TouchWood Editions
Total Pages: 312
Release: 2020-05-05
Genre: Cooking
ISBN: 9781771513210

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The story behind Alberta's craft beer boom. An insider’s look that brings together tasting notes, social history, politics, and science. When Alberta eliminated its laws around mandatory minimum brewing capacity in 2013, the industry suddenly opened to the possibility of small-batch craft breweries. From roughly a dozen in operation before deregulation, there are now more than a hundred today, with new ones bubbling up each month. It’s an inspiring story, one that writer Scott Messenger tells in impressive scope. At a time when Alberta was still recovering from the plunge in oil prices in 2008, deregulation represented a path to economic diversification. Messenger takes readers on the road with him to investigate artifacts left behind by Alberta brewers dating to the late-1800s, to farms responsible for the province’s unrivalled malt, and into the brewhouses and backstories of some of Canada’s best new beer makers. It’s an insider’s look at history in the making. With humour, straight-talking tasting notes, and a willingness to challenge stereotypes, Messenger introduces us to key players in the industry. We meet Graham Sherman of Tool Shed Brewing, who helped spearhead the change in legislation; Greg Zeschuk, whose Belgian-inspired brewery is poised to put Alberta beer on the global map; the sisters behind Northern Girls Hopyard, Alberta’s first hop farm; and many more. Messenger winds up his narrative with a good, old-fashioned pub crawl, a fitting finale for the story of an industry that is, at its heart, about having fun with friends. Bringing together social history, politics, and science, Tapping the West is engaging and balanced—not unlike the perfect you-know-what.

Beerology

Beerology
Author: Mirella Amato
Publsiher: Appetite by Random House
Total Pages: 192
Release: 2014-05-27
Genre: Cooking
ISBN: 9780449016138

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If you’ve ever experienced the pleasure of a pint, Beerology is the ultimate guide to exploring, understanding and enjoying the world of beer. THERE IS a beer for every mood, food and occasion. And, with the growing number of beer festivals popping up worldwide, beer is finally getting the attention and appreciation it deserves. For the average beer lover, the overwhelming choices, brewing styles and traditions can be confusing to say the least. Enter beer specialist Mirella Amato - one of only seven Certified Master Cicerones (beer sommeliers) in the world. With an advanced brewing certificate behind her, readers will be in expert hands as they navigate the multifaceted world of beer, guided by Amato's refreshingly accessible style. Broken down into fun, easy-to-read chapters, Beerology starts with an introduction to beer and tips on storage and cellaring, then leads into a guide on tasting. Amato presents beer styles in four groups—Refreshing, Mellow, Striking, and Captivating—covering everything from the history and origins of specific brews, to brands that exemplify each type. She then gives tips on hosting beer-tasting parties at home, complete with beer games, and includes a chapter dedicated to beer cocktails (who’s in for a delicious cucumber Pils?). Her original take on pairing beer with food—including chocolate and cheese—is perfect for anyone with an inquisitive mind and an epicurean streak.

The Guide to Craft Beer

The Guide to Craft Beer
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 200
Release: 2019
Genre: Cooking
ISBN: 1938469542

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"A pocket guide to understanding, appreciating, and exploring craft beer. Includes a summary of the craft beer revolution in America. Overview of brewing ingredients, tasting information, and resources for the beer enthusiast. Includes 80+ styles of beer, food pairings, and a beer log to record tasting adventures"--