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Cocktails on Tap: The Art of Mixing Spirits and Beer By Jacob Grier

This book brings two major trends together — craft cocktails and craft beer — with more than 50 recipes for mixed drinks that feature beer. Quickly becoming a favorite ingredient among top bartenders around the world, the book features the best of these contemporary creations long with some classics that use beer as a major ingredient. It’s the perfect addition to your bar if you’re passionate about beer and/or mixed drinks.

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Out of the Jar: Artisan Spirits and Liqueurs By Christian Schneider, Dirk Monkemoller, & Cathrin Brandes

An inspiring closer look into the best distilleries around the world, Out of the Jar takes you on a journey that looks at a wide array of spirits and its manufacturers. The book tells the inspiring stories of the world’s best and most unusual drinks, where it all boils down to the creativity, innovation, and joy of a good drink.

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Barley & Hops: The Craft Beer Book By Sylvia Kopp

A must read for anyone passionate about beer, Barley & Hops takes a behind the scenes look at our favorite beverage. From the historical origins of beer to the current development and trends with craft beer, this book takes a close look at the beverage, the stories and the people that make it, and ways you can enjoy and appreciate beer even more.

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The Kings County Distillery Guide to Urban Moonshining: How to Make and Drink Whiskey By Colin Spoelman & David Haskell

For those serious about whiskey, this book is more than just a guide to making whiskey, but a biblical account of everything about the brown liquor. The spirited illustrated book traces the history and culture from 1640 to today, while also providing practical information on safely distilling your own. It ends with a look into the contemporary whiskey scene, featuring the hottest micro distillers to cocktail and food recipes, and a guide to curating your own whiskey collection.

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On Beer and Food: The Gourmet's Guide to Recipes and Pairings By Thomas Horne

We often hear about pairing good with wine, but beer is a surprisingly versatile accompaniment to good food as well. Just like wine, there’s a proper way to pair food with beer as well, complimenting what you're eating with the diversity in aroma and nuance in flavor of beer. The book teaches you how to pair good food with good beer, while also presenting great recipes for those who enjoy cooking.