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Looking for something to nibble on while enjoying that craft brew? The Craft Beer Cookbookhas 155 recipes from breweries ad brewpubs for everything from soups to seafood.
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Not sure what beer to try next? 1001 Beers You Must Taste Before You Die runs down some of the best beers from around the world. The list contains mainstream favorites, as well as a few obscure brews you'll have to work to find.
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Sierra Nevada is one of the greats. Learn how Ken Grossman transitioned homebrewing from a hobby into a career with this book on Sierra Nevada's history.
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Drunk alone (again)? Color Me Drunk includes a number of drinking and drawing activities to keep you occupied.
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Take your beer making to the next level, by sourcing your own ingredients as well. The Homebrewer's Garden gives you the rundown on how to grow and prepare your own hops, malts, and brewing herbs, making your beer truly one of a kind.
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You're drunk and you need something to eat. The Drunk Asshole Cookbook to the rescue! The book includes a number of recipes for success, no matter what your level of intoxication.
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Brewing is a science. Experimental Homebrewing teaches you how to experiment with your next homebrew with things like bacon and peanut butter powder.
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Love Mikkeller's beers? This book gives you a rundown on some of the breweries finest brews, and includes 25 recipes for making your own.
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There are more drinking games out there than beer pong. Beer Awesomeness has a ton of games you can play while you drink, and offers some fun facts on beer and the brewing process to boot.
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Never underestimate the power of a good beer cocktail. This book has a ton of recipes for beer cocktails, with some options that are perfect for beginners (or people who claim to not like beer, as well as a few great options for beer enthusiasts.