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1001 Beers You Must Try Before You Die

1001 Beers You Must Taste Before You Die (1001 (Universe))

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1001 Beers You Must Try Before You Die is a relatively new book that describes it title. This 4 pound, 960 page beer haven book has contributions from over 40 authors and covers a huge range of beers from around the globe. In the world of beer books there are technical brewing , casual enjoyment , historical, philosophical, biographical books and more. But I do love books like this – books that just describe amazing beer. There is no flow or design necessary, no introduction or conclusion. Just amazing beer after amazing beer.

Has it really been a month since the last time I wrote? An intense month it was, I guess. Some university stuff, the jobseeking, plenty of errands and a spontaneous trip to Austria and Hungary! while I ended up drinking plenty of beer, mainly due to bottlesharing and samples, I used my time in Central Europe to walking and relaxing. Some cemetery visits, strolling by the Danube and visiting Zentralfriedhof, Vienna’s largest cemetery. I believe that the best way to get familiar with a place is to visit its drinking joints and cemeteries. Both Hungary and Austria are experiencing a craft beer revolution, with the emergence of breweries, specialty shops, brewpubs and craft beer pubs. First published in 2008, The 1001 Beers You Must Try Before You Die book which I’ve been following ever since starting this blog, has either overlooked the local scenes. They may have been too small to notice at that time, as far as I know. There was one Hungarian beer in the book, that we drank in 2012, and 12 Austrian beers. We’ve already covered , and only recently – which stands out, as most of the Austrian beers in the book are generic lagers, sort of. Yet, finding them was hard. Some are seasonal, other local. Out of the 9 remaining beers, I only got a hold on two.

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Unser Hefeweizen beschreibt die renommierte Biersommelière Sylvia Kopp wie folgt:

Hellgolden in der Farbe mit leuchtender Hefetrübung und schöner, weißer Schaumkrone. Das Weizen glänzt durch ein wohliges Bananen-Aroma in Verbindung mit feinen Citrus-Momenten. Der Antrunk ist mild, weich und flauschig bevor die angenehme Fruchtigkeit in einen betont-phenolischen Geschmack übergeht. Im Ausklang zeigt das Hefeweizen eine feine Bittere.

Desweiteren hat die Autorin die Verwendung von ausgesuchten Rohstoffen, das Bewahren des traditionellen und handwerklichen Hefeweizen-Brauverfahrens und die Liebe zum Detail und zur Qualität positiv bewertet.

Wir sagen „Herzlichen Dank“ für diese schöne Erwähnung und versprechen auch in Zukunft alles für eine hervorragende Qualität und einen besonderen Hefeweizen-Geschmack zu unternehmen!



Quelle: Adrian Tierney-Jones (Herausgeber): “1001 beers you must try before you die”; Sylvia Kopp: “Gutmann Hefeweizen”,
S. 577.

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Has it really been a month since the last time I wrote? An intense month it was, I guess. Some university stuff, the jobseeking, plenty of errands and a spontaneous trip to Austria and Hungary! while I ended up drinking plenty of beer, mainly due to bottlesharing and samples, I used my time in Central Europe to walking and relaxing. Some cemetery visits, strolling by the Danube and visiting Zentralfriedhof, Vienna’s largest cemetery. I believe that the best way to get familiar with a place is to visit its drinking joints and cemeteries. Both Hungary and Austria are experiencing a craft beer revolution, with the emergence of breweries, specialty shops, brewpubs and craft beer pubs. First published in 2008, The 1001 Beers You Must Try Before You Die book which I’ve been following ever since starting this blog, has either overlooked the local scenes. They may have been too small to notice at that time, as far as I know. There was one Hungarian beer in the book, that we drank in 2012, and 12 Austrian beers. We’ve already covered , and only recently – which stands out, as most of the Austrian beers in the book are generic lagers, sort of. Yet, finding them was hard. Some are seasonal, other local. Out of the 9 remaining beers, I only got a hold on two.

Beer is the most popular alcoholic drink in the world, the most refreshing, the most sociable, and the most versatile. It has been brewed since the dawn of time and still has the capacity to delight and obsess its many adherents. This bewitching, thirst-inducing, gorgeously illustrated book is a guide to the best beers in the world with a succinct history of the breweries, tasting notes, temperature recommendations, and what food to serve them with. 1001 Beers You Must Try Before You Die is an essential guide to the world of beer, offering a tour de force of the global world of brewing. Here you will sample world classics such as the ales of England, the speciality beers of Belgium, the new wave beers of U.S. craft brewers, the magical lagers of Germany and Central Europe, and a host of world beers that will beguile and bedazzle. These are beers with stories to tell, beers that have a history and heritage. These are beers made with passion and pride, beers that have changed the course of brewing history: the first golden lager made in 1842 in Pilsen; the Sri Lankan stout that is a reminder of British Imperial rule; American India Pale Ales, a thoroughly modern take on a Victorian classic; a spicy, quenching Belgian witbier served in a distinctive glass; dark lagers from the Czech Republic that taproom wits suggest are only for women; a spirited woodaged ale from the cultured streets of Edinburgh; and a smoked lager from the Franconian medieval town of Bamberg. The reader might not drink all these beers in their lifetime, but after reading this book they will know which ones will be their personal favorites.