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Pennsylvania Breweries (Breweries Series) e-book

Author:

Lew Bryson

Language:

English

Category:

Cooking

Subcategory:

Regional & International

ePub size:

1616 kb

Other formats:

rtf docx mbr txt

Rating:

4.5

Publisher:

Stackpole Books; Fourth edition (September 20, 2010)

Pages:

384

ISBN:

0811736415

Pennsylvania Breweries (Breweries Series) e-book

by Lew Bryson


Lew's home state is Pennsylvania, and you can sense a feeling of pride as you read this book. I love it. Great job Lew!

Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). Lew's home state is Pennsylvania, and you can sense a feeling of pride as you read this book. Great job Lew!

Bryson, who covered the breweries of another mid-Atlantic state in his previous book .

Bryson, who covered the breweries of another mid-Atlantic state in his previous book, Pennsylvania Breweries, focuses here on beermaking in the Empire State. His helpful and entertaining guide divides the state into seven geographical regions, such as "Suburbia by the Sea: Long Island," "The Big Hop: New York City," and "Touched by a Glacier: The Finger Lakes.

Mark Haynie is a writer for Ale Street News and Mid-Atlantic Brewing News

Mark Haynie is a writer for Ale Street News and Mid-Atlantic Brewing News. He lives in Somers Point, New Jersey. Series: Breweries Series.

Pennsylvania Breweries book.

Pennsylvania Breweries - Lew Bryson. This book is a compendium of information about Pennsylvania’s breweries. It also lists some of the interesting attractions and best bars in Pennsylvania. And it offers facts and opinions about brewing, brewing history in the United States and Pennsylvania, and beer-related subjects.

This is a partial list of breweries in Pennsylvania. In 2017 there are 300 licensed craft breweries in Pennsylvania. Only the notable ones are listed here. One of these breweries is America's longest established, . Yuengling & Son. Yuengling is also the largest craft brewery in the country based on volume of sales. Other nationally known brands that are made in Pennsylvania include Victory Brewing Company's Hop Devil and Weyerbacher's Merry Monks.

Pennsylvania breweries. by. Bryson, Lew. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Pennsylvania Breweries – Rafbók eftir Lew Bryson. Lestu þessa bók með forritinu Google Play Books í PC-tölvu, Android eða iOS-tæki

Pennsylvania Breweries – Rafbók eftir Lew Bryson. Lestu þessa bók með forritinu Google Play Books í PC-tölvu, Android eða iOS-tæki. Sæktu hana til að lesa án nettengingar, merkja texta, nota bókamerki eða glósa þegar þú lest Pennsylvania Breweries. History of brewing in the state. Full information for travelers, such as lodging, nearby points of interest, and recommended bars in the area.

New and updated edition of the bestselling guide to Pennsylvania's 73 breweries and brewpubs History of brewing in the state Full information for travelers, such as lodging, nearby points of interest, and recommended bars in the area Each profile includes types of beer brewed at the site, available tours, food served, and the author's "Pick" of the best beer to try Includes special sections on hotel bars, brewing beer, beer traveling, regional foods, and beer festivals
Inerrace
Lew Bryson travels around PA for the latest on PA beer: organized by regions, he reports on breweries & brewpubs..if they changed brewers, equipment, philosophies, etc. What beer they are currently brewing and why. Also a few bars are mentioned in extreme rural areas, and what they are pouring or serving [food].

Lew Bryson's beer-writing style is purposeful and succinct with a deep passion and humor for the subject..its great for short attention spans, he only spends one page or less per business, organized by region [sections of Pennsylvania].

His books are fun, really entertaining..if you ever run into him out and about, he is funny and loves talking beer [I met Lew years ago at Grey Lodge Pub].

Despite a familiarity and history with a lot of the folks he encounters writing this book [a close knit beer industry in Pennsylvania], he spends a lot of time interviewing in order to provide new fresh stories and details [updates] regarding each individual business.

Lew's home state is Pennsylvania, and you can sense a feeling of pride as you read this book [as well as a passion for fixing what's wrong with PA..its alcohol laws]. I love it. Great job Lew!

R Stephens
Kulwes
After watching a tie-in PBS documentary, I purchased this book for the beer connoisseur in my life. We were familiar with two of the breweries mentioned and found the write-ups to be accurate, so now we're setting out on occasional trips to others in the state. The good news is, many of them have very decent restaurants where the beer can be sampled. One caution: this edition is 5 years old. Do call to make sure the information is current before jumping in the car. A postscript: Mr. Beer Connoisseur has found several local beers that stand up to or even exceed his European favorites.
Sardleem
This was a very interesting book full of history of the areas and information about different types of beer. It was well written and being from Pennsylvania it was interesting to read about the brewerys knowing where many are or were located. I would recommmend this book especially if you are from the Pittsburgh or Philadelphia areas.
Ese
The author covers all of the breweries in PA-from the oldest -Yuengling(est 1829) to some of the newer ones that have opened in the last few years. The entire state is covered and each brewery is reviewed ,including other "watering holes" near that brewery; i.e. Yeungling in Pottsville, and Iron City in Pittsburg.

This is not a history of Pennsylvania's breweries-only those currently in operation.
Ishnsius
Need a revised updated version. Many of the breweries are closed and many new ones opened.
betelgeuze
A bit of a niche gift (the recipient has to like PA and beer enough) but if that is what you're looking for, this is perfect. Especially since small breweries are still having their heyday.
Sti
I'll be traveling to pa in a month so I'm looking forward to seeing some of the places wrote about in this book. I'm thankful the author allowed me to learn about the history of not only the places but about beer also.
This is a good book. It has the type of information that should be in a book about Pennsylvania breweries, including some history for each brewery, their location, where you can buy their beer (including some really nice reviews of various brewpubs--Philadelphia included) and reviews of the beers themselves (honest without bringing personal preference into it). Over all a really nice book for the money, and the writer's style is engaging.

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