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A podcast for lovers of wine, beer, liquor (incl. whisky, whiskey, bourbon, gin, vodka, tequila etc) and cocktails, Drinks Adventures hosts wine makers, brewing and distilling experts, sommeliers, bartenders & more.
Beer writer Jeff Alworth joins us in this opening episode of Season 11, hot on the promotional trail for his latest book.
First published in 2015, The Beer Bible is billed as the most comprehensive guide to the world of beer, with everything you need to know about what to drink, where, when and why.
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The Beer Bible first edition was named best drinks book by the International Association of Culinary Professionals in 2016.
The second edition was published in September 2021, so I was keen to ask Jeff what were the biggest changes in brewing in the intervening years.
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Hailing from one of my favourite cities; Portland, Oregon, Jeff is also founder of the Beervana blog and podcast, where he and Oregon State University economics professor Patrick Emerson discuss beer and the economics of beer.
Now I figure some of you may be unfamiliar with Jeff’s previous work. So I started by asking him, what is The Beer Bible?