Britain is great. It has a long and distinguished history on the world stage of science, arts, literature, and politics. And Its beer. ales, stouts, and porters have spawned imitators across the globe, with its lagers being fresh, inviting, and worthy competitors to the Pilsners that inspired them. This book covers beer in its general form - the history, styles, ingredients, food matching, tasting sessions, and the culture around it. It then details several British breweries, and the beer they produce. This is interspersed with quotes, trivia, and information about all aspects of beer and brewing.Yeast Although less yeast, by volume, is used in beer than any other ingredient, it the most important as it is the one ... Before its discovery, it was believed that fermentation happened as an act of God, whereby the mystical ingredient was sometimes known as a#39;godisgooda#39;. ... Always do sober what you said youa#39;d do drunk.
|Title||:||The British Beer Book|
|Publisher||:||Andrews UK Limited - 2014-01-21|