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TRAPPIST BEER TRAVELS:
Inside the Breweries of the Monasteries
Caroline Wallace, Sarah Wood & Jessica Deahl
• A deep look inside the world’s 11 Trappist monastery breweries
• Abbey histories, beer profiles, and travel tips in Belgium, Italy, Netherlands,
Austria, and the US
• The first American book covering all 11 Trappist breweries, including
Massachusetts’s own, Spencer
This combination beer journal, history book, and travelogue grants readers rare
access inside monastery walls for an in-depth look at the legendary breweries of
Trappistmonks. Join threeAmerican beer writers as they travel the globe, and come
to appreciate each abbey with a reverence informed by the brewery directors and
monks themselves. Read about the origins of the Trappist religious order and the
monks’ long enduring relationship with the art of brewing. Then, journey to the
11 abbey breweries, including the expansive production facilities at Chimay, the
coveted gates of Westvleteren, the ancient sun-baked walls of Tre Fontane, even
America’s first Trappist brewery in Spencer, Massachusetts. Learn about their
histories and beers along the way, gain helpful travel tips, and enjoy both new and
historical photography and original artwork capturing the spirit of each destination.
As three of the writers behind the popular all-women-run beer blog BitchBeer.org,
Caroline Wallace
,
Sarah Wood
, and
Jessica Deahl
have collectively
visited hundreds of breweries, covered national beer events, and interviewed some
of the biggest names in the industry.
Size: 7" × 10" • 239 color images • 224 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-5294-2 • hard cover • $24.99
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Beer Brewing for Everyone
Michael Hlatky
978-0-7643-4499-2
$24.99
Canned!: Artwork of the
Modern American Beer Can
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Full-Spectrum Fermentation
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Robert George
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