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The Yorkshire Beer Bible

£11.99

A drinker’s guide to the brewers, beers and pubs of God’s own country

by Simon Jenkins

Comprehensive, informative and thirst inducing!

Winner of British Guild of Beer Writers: Adnams Award for Best Beer Writer – Regional Media

Publication 31 August 2017

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Product Description

In this comprehensive new guide to Yorkshire brewing, renowned beer writer Simon Jenkins trawls the length and breadth of Britain’s biggest (and best) county seeking out the brewers old and new, large and small, which between them have created an astonishing resurgent beer scene.

From fiercely traditional brewers producing time-honoured beers in slate Yorkshire squares, to the new-wave craft brewers embracing a dizzying variety of imported hops; from the ancient brewer hemmed in by a tight knot of cobbled streets to the brewery established in the disused toilets of a rugby league ground.

This entertaining journey around the county lists every brewer Simon Jenkins could find – over 170 – and features lots of his favourite beers and some of the best places to drink them.

About the Author

Simon Jenkins began writing the pub column for the Yorkshire Evening Post in 1992 – and continues to do so, despite having left full-time journalism to join the University of Leeds in 2006. He has written for a host of publications in the UK and overseas, and regularly contributes to broadcast discussions on beer and brewing, most recently on BBC Radio 4’s Food Programme. The second edition of his book The Great Leeds Pub Crawl was published in 2015, and is a lively informative ramble around the best pubs in the city. He was named Beer Writer of the Year by the British Guild of Beer Writers in 2010. Despite all this, he is generally fairly sober.

Additional Information

Weight 650 g
Dimensions 140 x 18 x 205 mm
ISBN

978-1-912101-69-6

Size

198x135mm

No of Pages

192

Format

Hardback