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BrewDog Craft Beer for the Geeks

Author : BrewDog PLC
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*** *Black Hardcover Edition* The new book from BrewDog Release your inner beer geek. BrewDog wrote the ultimate book for beer virgins. Now they have gone deeper. Deep niche deeper. Here you will find everything BrewDog loves about beer and brewing distilled into one must-read volume. You will explore the evolution of styles such as IPA and wheat beer into the myriad innovative forms they take today; discover which beers BrewDog believes are truly iconic and why; learn to perfect your own DIY brews, with recipes from many breweries to choose from; find menus for whole beer- and foodpairing dinners; and of course enjoy the beers from all around the world that should be tasted right now. In a nutshell this is a masterclass in craft beer.

Brewdog Craft Beer for the Geeks

Author : Richard Taylor
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The second book from the founders of Brewdog: Craft Beer for the Geeks aims to go deeper into the science and styles of craft beer in this full-color, gorgeously designed taproom bible. With sections such as "The Science of Flavor" and "Why Temperature Is King," beer geeks will be satisfied with the wealth of knowledge presented by these craft beer experts. Recipes and sections on beer and food pairing will thrill food and beverage enthusiasts who want to go further in exploring flavor combinations. And a "DIY Dog" section on at-home brewing with recipes and trouble-shooting tips exemplifies the punk, open-source ethos that Brewdog is known for.

BREWDOG

Author : Independent Publishers Group (IPG)
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BrewDog

Author : Richard Taylor
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**FREE SAMPLER** BrewDog is one of the world's fastest-growing food and drink brands. Well known for their crowdfunded, rapid expansion and iconoclastic approach, the company now has a wide range of award-winning craft beers (67 to date) that are stocked by every major retailer, 55 BrewDog-branded bars around the world and is just opening a major brewery in Ohio. Their first beer book will focus on explaining craft beer to the widest possible audience. It will include a survey of what makes craft beer great, how to understand different beer styles, how to cook with beer and match beers and food, right through to how to brew your own. It will be both a window into the BrewDog world and a repository of essential information. Designed in the highly individual style of the brand, the book will include quirky features such as spaces to place your drop of beer once you've ticked a particular beer off your 'to-drink' list and a DIY beer mat. We hope that you enjoy this free sampler.

Craft An Argument

Author : Pete Brown
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The craft beer boom is the biggest thing to hit brewing and drinking for more than a generation. What started off as a small band of idealistic hobby brewers is now a multi-billion-dollar global industry, but even its most passionate fans can’t actually agree what ‘craft beer’ is, with some arguing that it’s simply marketing hype, and others claiming it doesn’t exist at all. Award-winning beer writer Pete Brown digs into this decades-long argument and in doing so, creates a fascinating, complex and hugely satisfying answer. He dismantles the main attempts to define the term ‘craft beer’ and argues that it is, in fact, undefinable, before shifting emphasis from beer to the broader, older idea of craft in search of answers. He shows that arguments around craft beer have largely forgotten what craft is all about – if they were even aware in the first place. He explores the ever-changing nature of work, the meaning of knowledge, the evolution of language and the ways in which we engage with our immediate environment and the wider world. Arriving back at beer from such an oblique angle, he rediscovers the real reasons why so many people are so passionate about craft beer, and argues that situating beer in a broader understanding of craft shows that the term is rich in meaning, even if it can’t be pinned down to a measurable definition. Written in Brown’s trademark pub stool conversational style, Craft: An Argument provides a new perspective on the biggest trend in global food and drink, as well as making you long for a beer.

Oh Beautiful Beer The Evolution of Craft Beer and Design

Author : Harvey Shepard
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The beautifully illustrated homage to the art of beer—and the design that makes it stand out The craft beer boom of the last decade has led to an explosion of new breweries. In such a crowded market, how do you make your beer stand out from the crowd? For many of the best brewers, the secret is to have an eye-catching design, something that reflects the quality of the product within and the values of the brewer who made it. Based on the hugely popular blog, Oh Beautiful Beer collects the most innovative new labels and logos into a sumptuous full-color book. Each brewery is selected by graphic designer Harvey Shepard, who uses the designs to create a visual history of craft beer. From the Gonzo cartoons of Flying Dog to the playful geometric patterns of Evil Twin to the classic Brooklyn "B," every beer geek will want to own this love letter to the art of beer.

The Craft Beer School

Author : Jonny Garrett
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The only book you ll ever need on the best batches, pours, and sips available. Authors travel the world finding the world's best beers and telling you where and why. Sometimes even without slurring."

Punk Playthings

Author : Sean Taylor
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Punk Playthings is an antidote to complacency and orthodoxy. Packed with probes and provocations that explore game making through fresh lenses for uncertain times, it challenges gaming monoculture by constructing a trading space for ideas and learning from across domains and cultures. Punk Playthings has zero respect for boundaries between mediums, industries, sectors, specialisms or disciplines. Instead, it challenges you to expand your cultural capital, think laterally and make new connections. Punk Playthings advocates a truly independent mindset and DIY approach for creating playful experiences with cultural resonance. It proclaims creative entrepreneurship as the true legacy of punk. Punk Playthings is not for everyone. But it might be for you.

Work Working and Work Relationships in a Changing World

Author : Clare Kelliher
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This book is concerned with the rapid and varied changes in the nature of work and work relationships which have taken place in recent years. While technological innovation has been a key contributor to the nature and pace of change, other social and market trends have also played a part such as increasing workforce diversity, enhanced competition and greater global integration. Responding to these trends alongside cost pressures and the need for continued responsiveness to the environment, organizations have changed the way in which work is organized. There have also been shifts in product markets with growing demand for authenticity and refinement of the customer experience which has further implications for how work is organized and enacted. At the same time, employees have sought changes in their work arrangements in order to help them achieve a more satisfactory relationship between their work and non-work lives. Many have also taken increased responsibility for managing their own work opportunities, moving away from dependency on a single employer. The implications of these significant and widespread changes are the central focus of this book and in particular the implications for workers, managers, and organizations. It brings together contributions from an international team of renowned management scholars who explore the opportunities and challenges presented by technological and digital innovation, consumer, social and organizational change. Drawing on empirical evidence from Europe, North America and Australia, Work, Working and Work Relationships in a Changing World considers new forms of service work, technologically enabled work and independent professionals to provide in-depth insight into work experiences in the 21st Century.

Picking Pints Craft Beer Unfiltered

Author : Elizabeth Hecht, PMP
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With so much craft beer, how do you choose? Let a craft beer lover and blogger, Elizabeth Hecht (@womanandherbeer), take you on an unfiltered journey of 50 Awesome Pints from all over the US and World, including sub-sections of: Amazing Ales, Brown Ales I Adore & Precious Pumpkins, Important Porters & Sexy Stouts, IPAs That Make Me Hoppy, I Mean Happy, Unbelievable Belgians, and All Other Deliciousness! You'll see Brewery Trips, Personal Photos, Individual Tasting Notes, and #craftbeer on Social Media. Cheers to great beer!

Customer Experiences with Soul A New Era in Design

Author : Simon Robinson
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This pioneering book explains how a whole organisation can come together to evolve an entirely new way of being in the world. It introduces the Holonomic Circle, a new tool which provides a holistic framework for designers, corporate executives, creative leaders and those starting a new business or initiative to explore the principles underlying the dynamics of soulful customer experiences. The insights from the authors will help you take a radically new approach to customer experience design; fully integrate purpose, goals and strategy with customer experience; implement human values across the whole organisation; and develop long-term and more meaningful relationships with your customers. Customer Experiences with Soul: A New Era in Design provides the guidance needed for developing, structuring and implementing customer experiences with soul, helping you to build and grow authentic businesses and organisations which honour what it is to be human in our world.

The Power of Us

Author : David Price
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‘PUT THIS ON EVERY LEADER’S DESK NOW!’ Jack Milner, Executive Coach Fans of Matthew Syed, Angela Duckworth, Simon Sinek, Brené Brown, Timothy Ferris and Malcolm Gladwell should read The Power of Us now! Why do some organisations thrive while others seem paralysed by inaction? How do we become more innovative? The Power of Us is the result of a three-year journey around the world seeking out highly successful companies from BrewDog and Patagonia to inner city schools and renewable energy co-ops to find the answers. Cultivating people-powered innovation enables everyone to collaboratively work to figure things out. We just need to nurture the mindset and culture that makes innovation an everyday occurrence. Consultant, global thought leader and author David Price shows you how with a practical toolkit of ideas centred on 8 key principles: Trust and Transparency Engagement and Equity Autonomy and Agency Mastery and Meaning Thought-provoking and incisive, The Power of Us is an urgent call for leaders, teams and individuals to challenge the status quo, transform our lives and rebuild a better world for the future. Praise for The Power of Us: ‘Brilliant… If you only read one book this year, make it this one.’ Jamie Smith, CEO C-Learning ‘One of the most important titles of our time on one of the most important topics of our time.’ Jeff Ikler, Getting Unstuck podcast ‘Packed with fascinating case studies showing that innovation often comes from unexpected places and is the result of ordinary people who are willing to go against the grain. Essential reading if you want to imagine a better future and get inspired.’ Sam Conniff Allende & Alex Barker, Be More Pirate ‘…the closest thing we're going to get to a single handbook…of all of the things that we need to do and consider as organisations and leaders…Funny, helpful and engaging and full of actionable ideas and anecdotes. Do yourself and your organisation a favour and read this book!’ Dave Coplin, CEO Envisioneers Ltd ‘Whether you lead thousands or are looking to make a personal contribution to the planet, The Power of Us… is for us!’ Peter Hutton, Director, Future Schools Alliance ‘Thought-provoking and incisive…an urgent call for leaders, teams and individuals to challenge the status quo.’ Tom vander Ark, CEO Getting Smart ‘Truly inspired… A magnificent learning book for now.’ Garry Ridge, CEO & Chair, WD-40 Company ‘A book of our time… will inspire you, drive you and ultimately connect us all.’ Dr Richard Gerver; speaker, author, educator ‘The Power of Us is the first book that captures the cultural forces that power innovation, the structural elements to fuel people power, and the tool-kit to nurture mass innovation.’ Annalie Killian, sparks & honey

The Spaces and Places of Canadian Popular Culture

Author : Victoria Kannen
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An exclusively Canadian textbook, this collection investigates the relationships between identity, geography, and popular culture that are produced and consumed in this sprawling country. Expanding beyond the clichés of friendliness and snow, this text provides a fresh perspective on what it means to be Canadian, both nationally and transnationally. Scholars look at historical subjects like Québécois identity and Indigenous self-representation and explore issues in contemporary media, including music, film, television, comic books, video games, and social media. From Drake to the Tragically Hip, Trailer Park Boys to The Amazing Race Canada, and poutine to maple syrup, mainstream icons and trends are studied in the interdisciplinary context of race, gender, sexuality, politics, and patriotism. Contributing to the location of Canadian popular culture, this unique resource will engage students and scholars of communication studies, cultural studies, and Canadian studies. FEATURES - Includes key concepts and theories and a glossary - Engages students with relatable historical and contemporary examples of Canadiana through a breadth of media, including television shows, websites, journals, celebrities, newspapers, literature, comic books, video games, music, and films - Ensures equal representation of a national and transnational Canada, which includes examples of race, gender, sexuality, and ethnicity, with particular attention to geographical intricacies that contain all provinces and territories

Beer and Food

Author : Mark Dredge
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Beer and Food is the definitive book about matching great food with the world’s tastiest beers. Whether you have cooked dinner and don’t know what beer to choose, or you’ve got a pale ale and can’t decide what dish is best to serve with it, Beer and Food has all the information you could possibly need. It looks at the science of taste and how the ingredients in a brewery work with ingredients in a kitchen, examining the principles of matching beer and food, and looking at the flavours they share. Over the following pages, more than 35 beer styles are showcased, telling stories about the brews and picking perfect pairings for each, before delving into different cuisines and food types from around the world. Everything is covered, from sandwiches to curries to desserts and, of course, the best beers to enjoy with fast food. As well as the greatest pairings and suggestions of the best styles to try, there’s a recipe section with over 50 dishes which use beer as an ingredient. With over 350 beers featured in total, chosen from all over the globe, it’s the book for everyone who loves a drink and a tasty bite to eat.

David Hume on Miracles Evidence and Probability

Author : William L Vanderburgh
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David Hume's argument against believing in miracles has attracted nearly continuous attention from philosophers and theologians since it was first published in 1748. Hume's many commentators, however, both pro and con, have often misunderstood key aspects of Hume's account of evidential probability and as a result have misrepresented Hume's argument and conclusions regarding miracles in fundamental ways. This book argues that Hume's account of probability descends from a long and laudable tradition that goes back to ancient Roman and medieval law. That account is entirely and deliberately non-mathematical. As a result, any analysis of Hume's argument in terms of the mathematical theory of probability is doomed to failure. Recovering the knowledge of this ancient tradition of probable reasoning leads us to a correct interpretation of Hume's argument against miracles, enables a more accurate understanding of many other episodes in the history of science and of philosophy, and may be also useful in contemporary attempts to weigh evidence in epistemically complex situations where confirmation theory and mathematical probability theory have proven to be less helpful than we would have hoped.

Brew Britannia

Author : Jessica Boak
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How punter power pulled the humble pint back from the brink, this is the surprising story of a very British consumer revolt! Following a cast of bloody-minded City bankers, hippie microbrewers, style gurus, a Python, and a lot of men in pubs, Brew Britannia tells the story of the campaign to revitalise the nation's beer which became the most successful consumer revolt in British history! Fifty years ago the future of British beer looked as bleak as the weak, sweet, bland and fizzy pints being poured, as colossal combines took over the industry, closing local breweries and putting profit before palate. Yet today the number of breweries is at a post-war high, with over a thousand in operation, membership of The Campaign for Real Ale organisation (CAMRA) exploding in recent years with over 150,000 active members and exciting new developments brewing. In a barn in Somerset, plans are afoot to ferment a beer-cider hybrid with wild yeast that blows on the wind, while in Yorkshire an almost extinct style of 'salt 'n' sour' wheat beer is being resurrected for the 21st century. Whether you drink traditional, CAMRA-approved ‘real ale’ or prefer a super-strong, fruit-infused, barrel-aged Belgian-style ‘saison', this astonishing story from the authors of popular beer blog Boak and Bailey will have you thirsty for more!

World s Best Beers

Author : Ben McFarland
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Raise a pint to the WORLD’S BEST BEERS! This extensive exploration of the 1,000 tastiest brews on earth is not your average guidebook—it’s a complete look into the history, production, and flavor of every beer worth drinking. “Brewery Profiles” take you country-by-country to the finest breweries in places like Argentina, Japan, Germany, Belgium, Britain, and New Zealand, and provide fun facts, stats, and anecdotes. There’s even an explanation of which beers go with which foods. Next time you eat shellfish, try it with a Pilsner. Having a hearty stout? It pairs perfectly with some vanilla ice cream. So drink up!

Brandgym third edition

Author : David Taylor
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the brandgym is a refreshingly simple, practical guide to boosting your brand and business performance. This new and updated edition 'reboots' the whole brand vision to action process to be fit for purpose in today's digital age, illustrated with inside stories from Snapchat, Airbnb, Netflix, Burberry, Dove, Apple, accenture, Lego and many others. The programme of 11 'Workouts' is packed with practical tools and tips to raise your game in key areas includinginsight, brand purpose and positioning, innovation and internal engagement. Complementary online resources include over 1,250 case studies with detailed data and videos.

Beer FAQ

Author : Jeff Cioletti
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BEER FAQ:ALL THAT'S LEFT TO KNOW ABOUT THE WORLD'S MOST CELEBRATED ADULT BEVERAGE

Prague A Pisshead s Pub Guide 2nd Edition

Author : Max Bahnson
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The second edition of a most unconventional, subjective and slightly politically incorrect pub guide of Prague.