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  1. BK12-BYO3

    Brew Your Own British Real Ale

    All the wisdom from CAMRA's classic Brew Your Own British Real Ale in a new hard-wearing, illustrated format. The book features over 100 real ale recipes for you to try at home.

    Published July 2014

    This book was sponsored by The Home Brew Shop

    We thank The Brew School for their support of this title.  Click here for information about their brewing courses.

     '...a solid practical guide' The Times.

    Graham Wheeler is an internationally-renowned authoriity on home brewing.

     

     

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    £14.99
  2. BK07-GBBG8

    Good Bottled Beer Guide (8th Edition)

    A completely revised edition of the authoratitive guide to real ale in a bottle. Jeff Evans recommends over 500 bottled beers made available by the dramatic recent growth in British brewing.

    Published May 2013

    'Seriously knowledgeable, clear and authoritative' - Beers of the World magazine.

    Jeff Evans is the author of more than 20 books, in the fields of beer, television and travel, including CAMRA's So You Want to Be a Beer Expert? and Book of Beer KnowledgeHe also runs the popular Inside Beer website. 

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    £12.99
  3. London's Best Beer, Pubs & Bars (New Edition)

    London's Best Beer, Pubs & Bars (New Edition)

    This indispensable guide leads you to the best beer in town - from the finest real ales to other excellent brews from London, Britain and around the world. It's time to explore the new beer capital.

    Published July 2015

    Des de Moor has won Britain's Guild of Beer Writers' Best Beer & Travel Writer gold award 2015 for this new edition of London's Best Beer, Pubs & Bars.

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    £12.99
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    So You Want to Be a Beer Expert?

    A hands-on course in beer appreciation, leading to an understanding of world beer styles, beer flavours, how beer is made, the ingredients, buying and storing beer, and more. So You Want… is the ideal book for anyone, from beginners to the more experienced, who wants to further their knowledge and enjoyment of beer.

    Published October 2015 

    'This is a splendid contribution to the growing library of books about beers.' Roger Protz, Protz on Beer

    'A great reference book in a lively style.' Original Gravity magazine

    Jeff Evans is the author of more than 20 books, in the fields of beer, television and travel, including CAMRA's Good Bottled Beer Guide and Book of Beer Knowledge He also runs the popular Inside Beer website.

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    £12.99
  5. 101 Beer Days Out

    101 Beer Days Out

    Explore 101 of the best beer and brewing-related days out from around, Britain. This second edition contains many new entries and is packed with details including local accommodation and other nearby attractions.

    Published October 2015

    'You will find museums, stately homes, farms, battlefields, coastal paths and, of course, some of the UK's most fascinating pubs, all gathered together, and arranged by region, in this neat, clearly laid-out volume.' Jeff Evans, Inside Beer

    This book is a sheer delight.  It underscores the way in which beer are brewing are part of the warp and weft of the British way of life.'  Roger Protz, Protz on Beer

    Tim Hampson is Chair of the British Guild of Beer Writers, and an established beer writer and author. He writes for the Guardian, the Telegraph, the Independent and What's Brewing, CAMRA's monthly newspaper.

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    £12.99
  6. CAMRA's Beer Anthology

    CAMRA's Beer Anthology

    A highly quaffable collection of quotes about beer, pubs and drinking, edited by Roger Protz. Contributors range from classic writers such as William Blake, AE Housman and Thomas Hardy, to contemporary beer commentators, including Melissa Cole and Breandán Kearney. Excerpts from radio, theatre and other media are also included.

    Published July 2016

    'A lovely little book to dip into whilst you are supping a late night ale' - David Harris, British Guild of Beer Writers.


    'A good local pub has much in common with a church, except that a pub is warmer, and there's more conversation' - William Blake

    'A fine beer may be judged with only one sip, but it is better to be thoroughly sure' - Czech proverb


     

     

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    Regular Price: £9.99

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  7. Britain's Best Real Heritage Pubs (new edition)

    Britain's Best Real Heritage Pubs (new edition)

    Our beautiful celebration of Britain's pub heritage has been fully updated, with a wealth of new content and over 650 new colour photographs.

    Published August 2016

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    £9.99
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    Unusual Pubs by Boot, Bike and Boat

    The author has spent three years seeking out quirky hostelries that offer more than your average local. They're Britain's most surprising licensed premises, where the reader's curiosity will be sated as well as their thirst. Walking and cycling trails to the pubs are included, as are waterways, making this a useful companion for leisure travellers.

    Entries include pubs in a castle, abbey, windmill, shed and stable; former cinemas, a jail, a chapel, England's first car factory and the world's oldest grand music hall. Others are on boats, in caves and even a disused public toilet. Yet more have collections such as bookmarks, ties or musical instruments. There's an inn where Oliver Cromwell held court, others that inspired Charles Dickens.

    The author has been on Britain's most bizarre pub crawl and now you can, too. Fully illustrated with more than 150 author's photos and 17 historical ones.

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    £16.99
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    20th Century Pub

    This book is a culmination of more than a decade looking and thinking about pubs of all kinds. With a huge current interest in craft beer and pubs, this is a timely reflection on the various different guises of the English pub throughout the 20th century, from early working pubs, architecturally modern pubs of the 1950s and 60s, to mock-Tudor roadside pubs, corner locals and 1980s theme pubs.

    Boak and Bailey, award-winning beer writers, have their own inimitable, informative and entertaining writing style that has made their beer blog so highly regarded.

    Meticulously researched, engagingly written and highly informative, this is the definitive book about the social history and culture of a particularly British institution.

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    £16.00
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    The Apple Orchard: The Story of Our Most English Fruit: (Signed editions available)

    'An orchard in not a field. It's not a forest or a copse. It couldn't occur naturally; it's definitely cultivated. But an orchard doesn't override the natural order: it enhances it, it dresses it up. It demonstrates that man and nature together can - just occasionally - create something more beautiful and (literally) more fruitful than either could alone. The vivid brightness of the laden trees, studded with jewels, stirs some deep race memory and makes the heart leap. Here is bounty, and excitement.'

    Taking us through the seasons in England's apple-growing heartlands, this magical book uncovers the stories and folklore of our most familiar fruit.

    'His ability to laugh at himself, openness to wonder and willingness to go wherever the search takes him make Brown an engaging writer and The Apple Orchard an entertaining journey' - Mail on Sunday

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