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The American Craft Beer Cookbook: 155 Recipes from Your Favorite Brewpubs and Breweries

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Publisher Comments:

The pleasure of going to the local pub or craft brewery for a pint and a delicious meal can now be recreated at home with John Holl's collection of 155 recipes that all taste amazingly great with beer. From pub grub and barbecue to appetizers, main dishes, side dishes, breakfast fare, and desserts, many of these dishes use beer as an ingredient, and all of them can be paired with your favorite brews. The recipes were contributed by brew pubs, craft brewers, and other beer lovers across the United States.

Review:

"The title for this enterprising collection of 150 recipes is a bit misleading. Many of the recipes do not call for an ounce of beer. Rather, the purpose of the book is to showcase the transformative cuisine being undertaken by brewpubs across the country. Holl, a self-proclaimed 'drinks journalist,' reports back from his visits to literally hundreds of establishments, offering salads, sandwiches, soups, seafood, and burgers, while providing eatery profiles and food-beer pairings along the way. The news is good. While it is made clear that the U.S. is currently in a golden age of beer making, the diversity of food offerings and the level of creativity put forth by brewery chefs are what stand out. There's pomegranate trout from the Fort Collins Brewery in Colorado, roasted venison saddle with Samuel Adams chocolate bock mole from Boston, and chopped Reuben salad with a sauerkraut vinaigrette from the Sutter Buttes Brewing Company in Yuba City, Calif. And for dessert there is a classic beer float, a hearty pumpkin pie made with Harpoon winter ale, and a modernist deconstructed banana meringue pie. Among the handy indices Holl includes are a short list of beer festivals and a lengthy scroll of must-visit locales to keep in mind when planning the ultimate beer road trip with, as the author suggests, a designated driver in tow. (Sept.)" Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.

Synopsis:

Food That Loves Craft Beer

John Holl, an enthusiast who believes that there's perfect beer for every meal, conducts an exciting tour of delicious food designed to eat with fine craft brews. Thinking beyond standard burgers and nachos, talented brewpub chefs offer pairings such as Pistachio-Crusted Salmon Sandwiches served with a bright hefeweizen, and Curried Pumpkin Chicken Soup paired with - what else? - a pumpkin porter. Craft beer never tasted so good.

About the Author

As a journalist focusing on craft beer and the culture of drinking, John Holl has written for the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Wine Enthusiast, Beer Connoisseur, Beverage World, and many other publications. He is a beer judge, regularly lectures on craft beer, is the author of three beer books, and has visited more than 900 breweries around the world. An avid home cook, Holl appears often on NBC’s Weekend Today in New York and on Beer Sessions Radio on the Heritage Radio Network. He is also the host of The Beer Briefing on iHeartRadio. He lives in New Jersey.

Table of Contents

Foreword


Introduction


Chapter 1

Beer and Brunch


Chapter 2

Appetizers


Chapter 3

Sauces and Spreads


Chapter 4

Salads


Chapter 5

Sandwiches and Burgers


Chapter 6

Soups, Stews, and Chilis


Chapter 7

Entrees


Chapter 8

From the Sea


Chapter 9

Side Dishes


Chapter 10

Desserts

Road Trips

Beer Festivals

Breweries

Acknowledgments

Index

Product Details

ISBN:
9781612120904
Subtitle:
155 Recipes from Your Favorite Brewpubs and Breweries
Author:
Holl, John
Publisher:
Storey Publishing, LLC
Subject:
Cooking and Food-Wines and Beer
Subject:
General Cooking
Subject:
Cooking-Beverages - Beer
Subject:
TRAVEL / United States/General
Publication Date:
20130827
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Pages:
352
Dimensions:
9 x 8 in

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"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "The title for this enterprising collection of 150 recipes is a bit misleading. Many of the recipes do not call for an ounce of beer. Rather, the purpose of the book is to showcase the transformative cuisine being undertaken by brewpubs across the country. Holl, a self-proclaimed 'drinks journalist,' reports back from his visits to literally hundreds of establishments, offering salads, sandwiches, soups, seafood, and burgers, while providing eatery profiles and food-beer pairings along the way. The news is good. While it is made clear that the U.S. is currently in a golden age of beer making, the diversity of food offerings and the level of creativity put forth by brewery chefs are what stand out. There's pomegranate trout from the Fort Collins Brewery in Colorado, roasted venison saddle with Samuel Adams chocolate bock mole from Boston, and chopped Reuben salad with a sauerkraut vinaigrette from the Sutter Buttes Brewing Company in Yuba City, Calif. And for dessert there is a classic beer float, a hearty pumpkin pie made with Harpoon winter ale, and a modernist deconstructed banana meringue pie. Among the handy indices Holl includes are a short list of beer festivals and a lengthy scroll of must-visit locales to keep in mind when planning the ultimate beer road trip with, as the author suggests, a designated driver in tow. (Sept.)" Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
"Synopsis" by , Food That Loves Craft Beer

John Holl, an enthusiast who believes that there's perfect beer for every meal, conducts an exciting tour of delicious food designed to eat with fine craft brews. Thinking beyond standard burgers and nachos, talented brewpub chefs offer pairings such as Pistachio-Crusted Salmon Sandwiches served with a bright hefeweizen, and Curried Pumpkin Chicken Soup paired with - what else? - a pumpkin porter. Craft beer never tasted so good.

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