Our in-house beer book reviewer Ted Child turns in a review of this interesting book, which he says will have immense appeal for the science buff who likes beer. Find out what he thinks beer fans might think.Issue: Winter 2020-21
By What's Brewing
Vol. 30 No. 4 Winter 2020 is the Virtual Beerality issue of What's Brewing magazine. In it, contributors and industry panelists explore the present and immediate future of BC craft beer as breweries deal with COVID-related societal change, virtual events, a shift away from the community hub, and surviving what might be the hardest winter the hospitality industry will see in generations.Issue: Winter 2020-21
By Ted Child
No doubt all of us stuck at home in 2020 are dreaming about our next major road trip. Beer tourism is essential travel, isn’t it? Good news: this great little book will get snobby West Coast beer drinkers ready to dream about a trip to (gasp!) Alberta to taste craft beer.
By Ted Child
I long for beer books like this that don’t just detail how history affected beer, but talk about how beer affected history. The authors argue that “Beer has shaped the trajectory of Western civilization more than most political philosophers might like to admit."Issue: Winter 2018-19