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The Beer Guide by RateBeer



 
Craft beer is today's boutique wine
And now there's a "Zagat-like," comprehensive guide with food pairings   

Ben Franklin's adage that "beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy," has never been truer.

The last 20 years has seen a renaissance of artisan brewing in the United States that not only has matched European legacy styles in quality but gone beyond them in sheer creativity. 

Unfortunately, many Americans still don't realize just how good beer can taste. Those who've heard are faced with far too many choices from upwards of 1,400 domestic breweries, not to mention quality imports, a chore made all the more difficult by the millions spent on advertising by the country's large industrial producers. 

Finally, a book cuts through the cacophony.

By using The Beer Guide by RateBeer.com (Savory House Press/Nov. 10, 2006/$9.95/ISBN 1-892588-16-1), Americans will never order a disappointing ale or lager again. The reviews are based on tens of thousands of ratings by lovers of full-flavored beers. A consensus score of one to five stars reflects the vast RateBeer.com community's take on foreign and domestic suds sold in the United States.

No other guide has covered so many ales and lagers more than 2,700. Descriptions by Rate.Beer's 30,000 members were painstakingly selected by the website's long-time editor, Josh Oakes. 
     
Included are handy food-to-beer and beer-to-food pairing guides by award-winning beer writer Stan Hieronymus, along with a glossary explaining the characteristics major beer styles.

Drinkers of craft brews have known for years what's only now being discovered by the general public that beer often complements food better than do many wines. Brooklyn Brewery brewmaster Garrett Oliver has won numerous challenges in his pairing matchoffs with chefs predisposed toward wine.
  
No other guide comes close to covering so many beers. And it's value priced, and sized, to fit any pocket book. The Beer Guide is perfect for the beer geeks on anyone's gift list. 

Available through Barnes & Noble, Borders, Amazon.com
and select beer shops.




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Top 10
Ales & Lagers
in the USA

Golden Ale
Blonde Ale
English Summer Ale
English Pale Ale

English IPA
Imperial IPA
Imperial Red Ale
Bitter
ESB
English Mild Ale
 English Brown Ale
Porter
Stout
Oatmeal Stout
Imperial Stout
Old Ale 
Barley Wine
Scottish Ale
Strong Scottish
Irish Red Ale
American Amber
American Pale Ale
American IPA
American Brown Ale
German Alt
German Kolsch
German Wheat
German
Hefeweizen
Belgian Saison
Belgian Ale
Belgian Abbey Ale
Belgian Lambic
Belgian Witbier


Lagers
American Light Lager
American Pilsner
American 
Premium Lager

Amber Lagers
Bohemian Pilsner
German Pilsner
Munchner Helles

Munchner Dunkel
Marzen
Oktoberfest
Schwarzbier
Bock
DoppleBock


Hybrids
American Cream Ale
American Wheat
American specialty wheat

Fruit/Vegetable beer
Pumpkin beer
Herb and Spice beer
Chocolate Beer
Coffee beer
Rye/Roggen Beer
Wood / Barrel
Aged beer
Wood/Barrel
Aged strong beer
Smoked/Rauch beer

Specialty Ales/Lagers




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