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The Ultimate World Tour

Bill Yenne



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Race Point Publishing
15 August 2014
Join author Bill Yenne on a whirlwind tour of the crafty world of beer! After a quick stop to learn about the anatomy of beer, including ingredients, styles, and even museums, Beer: The Ultimate World Tour will take you to all the regions of the world and their famous brews. Inside, you will find maps, charts, illustrations, and photographs showcasing favorite brews of the areas! Featuring beer from regions like: Belgium, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Great Britain, Ireland, France, Netherlands, USA, Caribbean, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and even the Far East! So grab a pint and dive into a wonderful tour of one of the world's best beverages!
By:   Bill Yenne
Imprint:   Race Point Publishing
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 260mm,  Width: 210mm,  Spine: 34mm
Weight:   1.383kg
ISBN:   9781937994419
ISBN 10:   1937994414
Pages:   288
Publication Date:   15 August 2014
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Bill Yenne is the author of three dozen works of biography and historical nonfiction, including many books on military and aviation history. His previous books about combat aviation include Superfortress: The B-29 and American Airpower in World War II (written with legendary U.S. Air Force commander General Curtis E. LeMay), The Story of the Boeing Company, and The American Aircraft Factory in World War II. Most recently, he has written B-52 Stratofortress: The Complete History of the World's Longest Serving and Best Known Bomber. He currently lives in San Francisco, California.

Reviews for Beer: The Ultimate World Tour

Bill Yenne, the author of three dozen biographies and historical nonfiction books, has turned his eye for exploration toward the world of beer...Dedicated to the beer traveler, the book starts in Ireland and the United Kingdom, followed by Scandinavia and the Baltic, then moves through Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, South American and North America. - <i><b>Market Watch</b></i></p>

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