Keg Bottle Can Best Beers for Every Occasion


The book celebrates the best of Australian craft beer, from easy-to-drink crisp lagers and pale ales to stouts, porters and sours. Keg Bottle Can presents 150 Australian brews, organised by beer-drinking occasion: from the refreshing after-work beverage to beers that challenge your perception and palate, to art appreciation through beers with well-considered labels.
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ISBN:

9781743794463

Format:

Paperback

Pages:

248

Dimensions:

21cm x 17cm

RRP:

$29.99

Category:

Drink

Publisher:

Hardie Grant Books

Published:

01 August 2018

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Luke Robertson

Born and raised in Westport, New Zealand, Luke Robertson studied journalism at the Southern Institute of Technology before moving to Australia in 2005. While working for a media analysis company, Luke used his spare time to create Ale of a Time. The beer focussed blog and podcast soon became one of Australia's most well known places to find news and commentary about the growing beer world. After winning the Australian International Beer

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

James Smith

James Smith was born in the famous brewing town of Burton upon Trent in England. It was three decades and a move to Australia later before he became fully immersed in beer, however. A journalist by trade, he began exploring and writing about the country’s burgeoning micro-brewing culture soon after arriving in Melbourne in 2008. Since christened ‘Crafty’ in reference to his website, The Crafty Pint, he writes about beer for