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The Naked Pint: An Unadulterated Guide to Craft Beer (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 3. November 2009

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"The Naked Pint is a great read for anyone interested in all things beer-from beer style descriptions to cooking with beer to brewing your own beer at home. Like a Beer 101 textbook to amp up your brew IQ, if only textbooks occassionally made you laugh out loud. The authors know their stuff; they understand and convey the notion that beer can be complex without being overly complicated, and they take beer seriously but don't take themselves too seriously. The Naked Pint is, um, revealing."
-Sam Calagione, president and founder of Dogfish Head Craft Brewery and author of Brewing Up a Business, Extreme Brewing, and He Said Beer, She Said Wine

"No one turns people on to beer the way that Christina and Hallie do. Along with their passion and expertise, they bring a wit and levity that exemplify the renegade spirit of craft beer."
-Greg Koch, CEO and co-founder, Stone Brewing Co.

"I have always loved beer without knowing much about it. I learned a lot in this factual, enlightening, and funny guide to one of the oldest and most cherished beverages known to man."
-Jacques Pepin cookbook author, cooking teacher, and PBS television cooking series host

"Whether you want to brew at home, belly up to the bar with confidence, or make magical pairings at the dinnertable, The Naked Pint makes learning about craft beers as fun as drinking them. You'll be a savvy sipper after reading this educational and engaging book."
-Leslie Sbrocco, PBS television host and author of Wine for Women

"An incredibly satisfying read! This books gets better-looking on every page. From Pale Ale to Weizen, The Naked Pint covers all of beer's finer points in a fun, witty, and approachable manner. Hallie and Christina's great taste and cool, refreshing style is the perfect introduction to the often intimidating world of craft beer."
-Rachael Leigh Cook

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Named “Best Beer Sommelier in Los Angeles” by Los Angeles Magazine, Christina Perozzi has gained a following as one of the top female beer experts in the United States. Christina realized her affinity for beer while managing the famous Father's Office in Santa Monica, CA. She founded the popular website www.beerforchicks.com and started working as a consultant, a beer educator, a writer and beer sommelier in 2006. Christina gives beer tastings, seminars, and classes, and teams with innovative chefs hosting Beer Pairing Dinners. She has been featured in Gourmet, Los Angeles Magazine, Daily Candy, Yahoo! Food, Metromix, the Los Angeles Times, and Imbibe magazine, among others. She is a contributing writer for Draft magazine and Beer Connoissieur and is the recipient of DailyCandy.com's 2008 Sweetest Things Award.
Hallie Beaune grew up in Arizona where her first beer was from a can (and it wasn’t good). Her Beer Journey brought her to the famed beer bar Father’s Office in Santa Monica, CA where she taught the illustrious “F.O. Beer School” and was featured on the hit cable foodie show, “After Hours with Daniel Boulud” as F.O’s resident beer expert. Hallie writes about beer for the web magazine The Rundown and for www.beerforchicks.com. She has worked with co-author Christina on sold-out beer dinners at critically acclaimed L.A. restaurants like Rustic Canyon Winebar & Seasonal Kitchen, which was featured in The Celebrator Magazine. Hallie currently resides in L.A.


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HASH(0x9c1d9060) von 5 Sternen Fantastic book and long overdue! 6. November 2009
Von Steven Leeds - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I am a wine lover and avid beer drinker--and a very critical reader and writer.

This book--which I bought because I heard about it on the radio--fills a nice gap.

There are so many wine guides out there (I read Parker, Clive Coates and books on terrior, to give some an idea of my interest level) but there are few if any quality beer guides.

This book is well written, entertaining, makes a great gift for a lot of different types of people (a no brainer for the holidays as a gift, since it's unique and fun.)

On the critical side--a solid and excellent look at beer, period. The most sophisticated beer drinkers will appreciate a ton in this book.

Love it--definitely recommended.
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HASH(0x9c1d8fd8) von 5 Sternen Interesting tidbits but I can't relate 17. Januar 2011
Von Marc Peabody - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
My major complaint is that this book seems to be written by girls that partied way too much with crappy beer now trying to relate with other party girls. Between the constant references to beer causing nights of regretful idiocy and promiscuity to immature giggles at the term "yeast", I don't think I could have felt more disconnected from the authors. The authors frequently allude to concerns about calories in beer but never bother listing the calorie contents of any beers or even suggest any craft beers that happen to be lower in calories.

However, there also were many useful factoids scattered throughout the book about both styles and breweries that I appreciated.
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HASH(0x9c1dc8ac) von 5 Sternen If this book was a beer, it would be a Bud light. 5. Juni 2012
Von Killer B - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
If you know anything about beer, don't buy this book. Not only is it not very educational, it's slightly offensive. Although it's marketed as a "great read for craft beer fans" the writers treat the readers like ignorant 21 year olds who need a spanking. They constantly accuse the reader of drinking bad beers their whole lives and now, just now; they can finally go to a bar and order a craft beer without embarrassing themselves. What?! Listen, you can only consider this a good book if A. You're a woman with a bad sense of humor and can relate to the silly jokes. B. You are new to craft beer, and I mean, NEW. The first 66 pages just make you cringe, it gets less irritating, but the only reason I finished reading it was so i could have a real opinion about it, and yep... it's bad. Not to mention the actual incorrect facts and the lack of support to some of the outrageous statements. Don't bother.
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HASH(0x9c31d930) von 5 Sternen Love Beer? Want to Love Beer? This is Your Book! 20. November 2009
Von Leigh Cameron - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
If you have a taste for the many delicious craft beers that are on the market today, or want to learn more about them, this is the book for you. Thorough, detailed, well-researched and really fun to read, "The Naked Pint" gives great guidance on how to develop a personal taste for different styles of beer. And if you've ever felt overwhelmed by too many choices, this is a great reminder that tasting and savoring beer is, after all, supposed to be fun. Highly recommend as a gift item for anyone into craft beer -- experienced consumer or complete novice.
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HASH(0x9c1f75b8) von 5 Sternen smart and funny beer guide 30. September 2010
Von Sam - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I'm a big fan of craft beer, so this book was a natural for me. But with it's quirky sense of humor and welcoming accessibility, The Naked Pint is the perfect primer for anyone interested in learning about beer. I enjoyed the funny, friendly tone of the authors--it's a refreshing change from the clinical dryness of a lot of other beer guides. On top of that, I appreciated the extensive selection of beers that are so deliciously described. You can't read this book and NOT want to go out and try a pint of something new!
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