Best-selling beer author Randy Mosher leads you on a delicious tour of beer-tasting opportunities through the year. Organized by season, the book guides you through all the best summer fests and seasonal beer releases and helps you make the most of Craft Beer Week, Oktoberfest, and much more. It also describes the best beers to drink in each season -- the ones that are perfect for lazy summer Saturdays, barbecues with friends, traditional Thanksgiving dinners, and icy winter nights. Fun, fresh, and full of inside information, A Beer for All Seasons will be on every beer loveras wish list.Malted wheat, typically between 60 and 70 percent, is used in the grist, lending a dry palate and a dense creaminess. ... and more classic versions are more of a pale amber color, while modern versions look like cloudy pilsners; some breweries make both types. ... Darker versions are available, but I find them not so much summer beers, but more suited to chilly spring days. The stronger weizenbocks a rich, delicious, and redolent of banana bread a are best as cold- weather beers.
|Title||:||Beer for All Seasons|
|Publisher||:||Storey Publishing - 2015-04-18|