Britain is great.
It has a long and distinguished history on the world stage of science, arts, literature, and politics. And beer. Our ales, stouts, and porters have spawned imitators across the globe, and our lagers are fresh, inviting, and worth competitors to the Pilsners that inspired them.
But despite this, there seems to be an inherent snobbery in the world of food and drink. Those with a self-proclaimed palate of note will describe a hierarchy consisting of whisky, wine, ale, and lager, in an implied pecking order, with each drink believed to have some inherent superiority than those appearing later in the list. The truth is that there are good and bad whiskies. And good and bad wine. And good and bad ale. And good and bad lager.
In this book, we're only concerned with good beer. Whether it comes under the banner of ale or lager, top-fermented or bottom-fermented, wheat or malt-based... if it's good, we'll write about it.
I hope this book introduces you to some secrets about beer and brewing, and lets you discover some good British beers along the way.
This is a fun selection of original questions (and answers!), comprehensively covering all facets of beer and brewing! As a fun pub game it will separate the lager drinker from the real ale snobs, and is a fantastic excuse to enjoy even more beer!
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