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Beer cocktails : 50 superbly crafted cocktails that liven up your lagers and ale
Stelzer, Howard.
Adult Nonfiction TX951 .S798 2012

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For those tired of drinking conventional beers, Howard and Ashley Stelzer have compiled 50 recipes that will enliven even the dullest brew. Boston-area beer enthusiasts, the Stelzers ( use both contemporary and historical recipes as well as create many concoctions themselves. Going far beyond the Black and Tan and the Boilermaker, they deliver delicious and unusual mixes for many different kinds of beer, such as Belgians, stouts, lambics, witbiers, and lagers. The four chapters are titled with clever puns such as "Lager than Life," and beautiful color photographs accompany almost every recipe. For readers skeptical about beer and liquor joining forces, the Stelzers prove that there are many possibilities for delicious, classy, and often historically relevant drinks. VERDICT A fun little book that beer enthusiasts and mixologists will enjoy. Those familiar with a variety of international beers will find these recipes especially rewarding.-Carolyn M. Schwartz, Westfield State Univ. Lib., MA (c) Copyright 2012. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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