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Books In Review: My Beer Year by Lucy Burningham

By Ted Child
  • October 16, 2017
My Beer Year would be perfect reading for those thinking of taking the Cicerone or BJCP exam, or like me, have just finished. Even better, I think, would be those in the beer vortex of studying who might be able to convince themselves that this book still qualifies as studying or who just need a break from style guidelines.
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Books In Review

By Ted Child
  • September 1, 2016

Reading Fiction #1: The Misfortunates The front cover of The Misfortunates, written by Belgian Dimitri Verhulst, depicts four small, indistinct men floating in a gigantic glass of beer. As they…

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On Aging Beer

By Ted Child
  • April 24, 2016
Vintage Beer, by Patrick Dawson, came along at the perfect time for me, with a half dozen or so of my cellared beers getting close to the year-old stage.
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On Fermentation

By Ted Child
  • January 1, 2016

Review of: True Brews by Emma Christensen There is a time in every homebrewer’s life when their very perception of the world changes. You begin to look at everything slightly…

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Book Review: On Extreme Beers

By Ted Child
  • September 9, 2015

The very first thing I would like to mention about Adem Tepedelen’s The Brewtal Truth Guide to Extreme Beers is how much my pocket book and liver suffered from researching…

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