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Brew Britannia

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  • 304 Seiten
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Tells the story of how independent breweries made a comeback in Britain, from just over three hundred in 1960 to over one thousand... Weiterlesen
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Beschreibung

Tells the story of how independent breweries made a comeback in Britain, from just over three hundred in 1960 to over one thousand today.

Autorentext

Jessica Boak and Ray Bailey are the writers behind the acclaimed Boak & Bailey's Beer Blog: www.boakandbailey.com. They live in Cornwall.



Klappentext

At the start of the twentieth century Britain was home to over 6,000 breweries. By 1960 this number had dwindled to 358 and, with the "Big Six" increasingly dominant, the prospects for British beer looked weak, yellow and fizzy. In 2012, however, UK breweries topped 1,000 for the first time since the Great Depression. Moreover, they are now producing and exporting more varied and inventive ale than ever before. Across the country, evidence of this national brewing renaissance is easy to find: the Campaign for Real Ale has more members than the Conservative Party; beer festivals proliferate with every passing month; the Camden Brewery and Meantime have become international brands, producing acclaimed lagers and IPAs; the ultra-fashionable BrewDog dispenses shots of strange 40%-proof liquids to hipster media types; and cyberspace plays host to hundreds of thousands of beer enthusiasts, all debating and virtually savoring the merits of New Zealand hops, or the latest chocolate stout. "The Strange Rebirth of British Beer "will tell the story of this remarkable reversal. Following a disparate group of Trotskyite hacks, eccentric City bankers, hippie "micro brewers" and a lot of men in pubs, the writers behind the acclaimed Boak & Bailey blog promise to reveal how punter power pulled the British pint back from the brink.



Zusammenfassung
The surprising (and really quite strange) story of the most successful consumer revolt in British history: the campaign to revitalise the nation's beer.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Brew Britannia
Untertitel: The Strange Rebirth of British Beer
Autor:
EAN: 9781781311868
ISBN: 978-1-78131-186-8
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Quarto Publishing Group
Genre: Branchen
Anzahl Seiten: 304
Gewicht: 374g
Größe: H139mm x B217mm x T24mm
Jahr: 2014

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