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How to Have a Beer by Alice Galletly from Independent Publishers Group

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    Awa Press
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    December 1, 2017
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    December 1, 2017
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Beer — it’s the world’s favorite alcoholic drink and its popularity is soaring. It has only four key ingredients but fearless brewers are adding countless others, from chocolate and coconut to beardgrown yeast, seaweed and stag semen. As Alice Galletly surveys the growing array in a supermarket, she makes a spur-of-the-moment decision: she will drink and blog about a different beer every day for a year. While writing her blog Beer for a Year Alice becomes not only a beer nerd and enthusiastic member of the beer community, but briefly a brewer, with a bizarre medieval concoction that contains… ? Read this entertaining book and find out. Alice’s stories and her tips on how to get the most out of every glass of beer will make you roar with happiness, pain, and thirst. Best read with hops on hand.

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Alice Galletly is a journalist who has written for publications including Dish and AA Directions. After drinking 365 beers in 365 days, she furthered her knowledge by working in a beer bar.

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"By the end of this entertaining read you will know your IPAs from your pilsners and be able to talk about IBUs and zymurgy with the most avid beer geek." —Diane McCarthy, Whakatane Beacon