- Full Title: Complete IPA: The Guide to Your Favorite Craft Beer
- Autor: Joshua M. Bernstein
- Print Length: 304 pages
- Publisher: Sterling Epicure; First Edition edition
- Publication Date: September 13, 2016
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1454920726
- ISBN-13: 978-1454920724
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India Pale Ales have captured the hearts and taste buds of beer lovers like no other brew, and brewmasters are using it to unlock new dimensions of flavor, turning IPAs into the top-selling craft beer style. But not all beers are created equal. Beer expert Josh Bernstein takes you on a tangy tour of the world’s finest IPAs, from easy-drinking session ales to bitter brews gone wild. Complete IPA showcases the best choices in each category, profiles the brewers who helped innovate the sub-categories, and highlights emerging IPA styles and the most exceptional breweries making them right now. With this definitive guide, you’ll be drinking the best beers and cutting-edge brews in no time.
“It might be the best craft-beer book of 2013. But it is also, more important, both the product of a beer-centric age and a solution to its challenges—and, if we’re lucky, an indication that beer writing is evolving to suit the needs of a broader audience.” —Washington Post
“. . . covers a variety of beer-related topics, including a nice breakdown on specific hops, terms glossary, a list of brew weeks by state and more.” —Cleveland Plain Dealer
*“Structured as a 12-part course spanning the world of beers, this tome is terrifically comprehensive. Brooklyn-based beer expert and journalist Bernstein . . . shares his immense appreciation for a remarkable variety of beers. The result is appealingly chatty writing that . . . is also encyclopedic in nature. Readers may be familiar with common styles such as ales and lagers but are likely to emerge keen to seek out less well-known tipples such as milk stout or gose (a salty, German style). The chapters are balanced between a focus on more typical representations of styles and niche varieties, and Bernstein suggests many favorites for the reader to taste while reading. Spotlights on particular breweries and beers and lavish illustrations make this book as enjoyable to flip through randomly as to read from start to finish. Verdict: a wide-ranging volume that is sure to appeal to beer enthusiasts and casual consumers alike.” —Library Journal (STARRED REVIEW)
Praise for Brewed Awakening:
“Joshua M. Bernstein’s Brewed Awakening shines a spotlight on the variety, ingenuity, and innovation that is alive and well in the beer community. Over the past decade, the collective renaissance of beer and brewing has proven that this is the best time in history to be a beer drinker. Brewed Awakening is a great look behind the curtain of the beers that are making this revolution so great.” —Ken Grossman, Founder, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
“Brewed Awakening does an excellent job of immersing the reader right into the heart of what craft beer is all about. Hardcore beer geeks and newcomers to the craft beer revolution alike will find a wealth of fascinating, and fascinatingly cool, information on every page.” —Greg Koch, CEO and cofounder, Stone Brewing Co.
“Brewed Awakening has something for every beer lover, but I think it is most ideal for upping the beer IQ of those just entering our ranks. It demystifies the brewing process and the international craft brewing movement.” —Sam Calagione, president and founder, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery
About the Author
Joshua M. Bernstein is a beer, spirits, food, and travel journalist and the author of Brewed Awakening and The Complete Beer Course (both Sterling Epicure). His work appears regularly in newspapers, magazines, and websites, including Maxim, Men’s Journal, Details, Penthouse, Wine Enthusiast, Departures, Beer Advocate, New York, Draft, Saveur, and Imbibe, where, as contributing editor, he oversees beer coverage. He also writes a column for Bon Appétit online. CNBC, NPR’s Marketplace, Fox Business, and Beer Sessions Radio have featured Bernstein as a beer expert, and he consults for breweries, bars, and bottle shops and leads private tasting seminars. He lives with his wife, daughter, and dog in Brooklyn.