Portland Beer: Crafting the Road to BeervanaMy first book was published in as volume 19 in the Science and Culture in the Nineteenth Century series. It was reissued in paperback in It is also available from major online retailers. Unused and second-hand hardback copies appear from time to time on various retailers' websites. The hardback was originally published by Pickering and Chatto in August Pittsburgh acquired the Science and Culture series in The electronic edition is available in all major formats through the usual vendors.
COME WITH ME Barnes & Noble 2019
Our independence defines us. Committed to brewing modern, seasonal beer, our fierce intuition makes us unemployable anywhere else. In fact, tradition is part of our adventure, helping us explore what great brewing means today. Packed full of hops providing a powerful citrus punch that takes over the taste buds leaving you wanting another sip. This is a beer for the many, no matter your craft credentials. If you're in need of refreshment, Session has got you. Alc 4.
I felt and remain feeling quite honored to be a part of this important release. It is a release that I believe is very important considering what our great city has meant to the craft beer scene in America. More than fifty breweries are a testament that Portland aka Beervana is no joke. Dunlop examines the many elements that make Portland, well, Portland and inquires what exactly made our city so great when it has come to beer. The hops? The culture?
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Besides the usual olfactory notes of hops and barley, the Captain Lawrence tasting room had a literary whiff to it recently, as Steven DeRosa —author, screenwriter, film buff and tasting room regular—read from his book Writing With Hitchcock. A Yonkers native, DeRosa says he was bitten by the film bug while attending high school at Iona Prep, with a special affinity for a certain horror director with a distinctive profile. He interviewed Hayes several times before his death in DeRosa first published Writing With Hitchcock in , and recently updated and reissued it. Katie Szeczesna , a pretty blonde from Poland, is double fisting—fresh glass of Kolsch in one hand, fresh copy of Writing With Hitchcock in the other. The Lager Vanishes. He reads a fun passage that depicts the first meeting between Hitchcock, the famed auteur, and Hayes, the obscure young writer.
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