A Brief History of Lager: 500 Years of the World's Favourite Beer (Hardback)
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A Brief History of Lager: 500 Years of the World's Favourite Beer (Hardback)

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Hardback 224 Pages / Published: 19/09/2019
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Shortlisted for the Andre Simon Drinks Book of the Year 2019

In this fascinating book, beer expert Mark Dredge dives into the history of lager, from how it was first brewed to what role was played by German monks and kings in the creation of the drink we know so well today. From the importance of 500-year-old purity laws to a scrupulously researched exploration of modern beer gardens (it's a hard life), Mark has delved deep into the story of the world's favourite beer.

From 16th Century Bavaria to the recent popularity of specialist craft lagers, A Brief History of Lager is an engaging and informative exploration of a classic drink.

Pint, anyone?

Publisher: Octopus Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780857835239
Number of pages: 224
Weight: 380 g
Dimensions: 218 x 138 x 24 mm

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