Louisville Beer

Author: Kevin Gibson
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625849958
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It's no secret that Louisville is one of America's bourbon capitals, but the Derby City once thrived as a brewing mecca as well, rivaling even St. Louis and Milwaukee with its crisp lagers and Kentucky Common Ale. German settlers arrived with centuries-old brewing traditions and beer gardens, cementing beer and barrooms in Louisville's culture. Following Prohibition, the "big three"--Falls City, Fehr's and Oertel's--kept traditions alive while ingraining iconic brands into the city's fabric and heritage. More recently, craft brewers like BBC, Apocalypse Brew Works and New Albanian Brewing Company have drawn on this rich history. Kick back with Louisville food and beverage journalist Kevin Gibson as he traces Louisville's beer history with stories from the past, interviews and plenty of photos that bring this intoxicating story to life.

Brewing Local

Author: Stan Hieronymus
Publisher: Brewers Publications
ISBN: 1938469372
Size: 75.70 MB
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Americans have brewed beers using native ingredients since pre-Columbian times, and a new wave of brewers has always been at the forefront of the locavore movement. Brewers use locally-grown, traditional ingredients as well as cultivated and foraged flora to produce beers that capture the essence of the place they were made. In Brewing Local, Stan Hieronymus examines the history of how distinctly American beers came about, visits farm breweries, and goes foraging for both plants and yeast to discover how brewers are using novel ingredients to create unique beers. The book introduces brewers and drinkers to the ways herbs, flowers, plants, trees, and shrubs flavor distinctive beers. A catalog of over 170 different ingredients describes the aroma and flavor influence they have on beer. Brewing Local includes 22 recipes from nationally recognized craft brewers and homebrewers.

Crohn S Disease

Author: Kevin Gibson
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1483547639
Size: 35.64 MB
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"Crohn's Disease: A Memoir From the Toilet" is a funny and candid look at the author's journey through Crohn's Disease. A must-read for anyone suffering from Crohn's, colitis or any form of inflammatory bowel disease, it is also a revealing and emotional read for any audience. The author, a self-described "Chronie," recounts his journey from pre-diagnosis to his current life, telling stories that can alternate from hilarious to heart-wrenching. After moving away from his hometown shortly after college, the author begins suffering severe symptoms related to Crohn's Disease. Unfortunately, three different doctors misdiagnose his ailments as being "nervous stomach." One doctor even tells him to "stop being a baby." From there, his condition worsens, and the retelling goes into deep detail about the path he took to diagnosis, from clinical tests to exploratory surgery. The journey then hits a downward slope, as post-operative complications become draining and even life-threatening, before a bounce-back recovery and ultimate victory over a serious infection related to Crohn's Disease. Along the way, the reader will join the author on the emotional and physical roller coaster ride that is involved with inflammatory bowel disease. From hilarious scenes in clinical settings - the author at one point, under anesthetic, randomly asks a nurse to marry him - to emotional insights that will bring tears, the book engages from the outset and doesn't let go.

Classic Kentucky Meals

Author: Rona Roberts
Publisher: History Press Library Editions
ISBN: 9781540211804
Size: 59.28 MB
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True Kentucky cuisine tastes best at a full table. Friends and family share stories while passing delectables like roast chicken, bacon-kissed wilted salad and fresh butter for the spoon bread. "Classic Kentucky Meals" puts the state on the plate, highlighting the commonwealth of flavors from Mercer County meadows, a treasured Princeton smokehouse, Casey County's sorghum fields and Berea's culinary traditions. Kentuckians cherish local cheese makers' fine aged cheddars and sixth-generation millers' crunchy cornmeals and savor tender green bean varieties their great-great-grandparents would recognize and applaud. Join award-winning food writer Rona Roberts as she invites you into her Bluegrass kitchen to visit and cook authentic, homegrown Kentucky meals. Drinks and music included.

100 Things To Do In Louisville Before You Die

Author: Kevin Gibson
ISBN: 1681060310
Size: 63.18 MB
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Believe it or not, there’s more to Louisville, Ky., than just bourbon and horses. Louisville also boasts a diverse and delicious culinary scene, a thriving night life, an arts community that rivals big cities, and a world-class parks system. So, if you’re planning a trip to the Kentucky Derby or Forecastle, a pair of Louisville staples, and are looking for a few side activities, 100 Things to Do in Louisville Before You Die will give you the inside track to all the best spots, from popular to obscure, in the Metro area. Discover festivals that garner international attention, ideal places to sip and socialize, historic sites, and plenty of family fun. Written by a home-grown Louisville food and beverage journalist, this guide will help you make the most of a family vacation, romantic getaway, or a weekend with friends. Saddle up, pour yourself a bourbon, and enjoy the ride.

Classic Restaurants Of Youngstown

Author: Thomas Welsh
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1614239266
Size: 75.80 MB
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Celebrate Youngstown's proud tradition of dining out, a commitment to hospitality that has endured through the tightening of the Rust Belt. Take a tour of restaurants like the MVR and the Boulevard, which continue to reflect Youngstown's ethnic diversity and tenacious entrepreneurial spirit, as well as establishments like Overture, which offer a promise of urban renewal from a refurbished downtown. And raise your glass to the best-laid tables of a bygone era, from the Mural Room to the 20th Century.

Iconic Restaurants Of Ann Arbor

Author: Jon Milan
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 143965767X
Size: 79.66 MB
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What is an iconic Ann Arbor restaurant? Ask anyone who has ever spent time there as a student, traveler, or “townie,” and they are likely to name several favorites in an instant. From debating the best place to celebrate or console on football Saturdays to deciding where to eat after the bars close, the choices have always sparked passionate conversation. In Ann Arbor, people are known to have strong feelings about the best places for pizza, coffee, beer, burgers, noodles, and burritos. Although many of the go-to hangouts are long gone, a surprising number still thrive. And there are always a few newcomers coming along to win the hearts of the next generation of diners, nibblers, and noshers. Some are fine restaurants and taverns, and others are lunch counters, diners, carry-outs, and drive-ins—but in each and every case, they are unique and together make up a collection of iconic local eateries.

Cleveland Beer

Author: Leslie Basalla
Publisher: History Press Library Editions
ISBN: 9781540202277
Size: 66.90 MB
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Cleveland loves its craft beer. The city's breweries are flourishing under a period of brewing renewal and an insatiable taste for quality local craftsmanship. But Cleveland's brewing industry hasn't always enjoyed such prosperous times. The industry boomed during the 1800s only to see Prohibition, dwindling demand and increased competition stifle production. Each brewery, one by one, closed its doors until none remained. In 1988, Patrick and Daniel Conway opened the fledgling Great Lakes Brewing Company, and the industry was born anew. Today, local visionaries are engineering the comeback and bringing national attention to Cleveland's award-winning craft brews. Authors Leslie Basalla and Peter Chakerian chart the remarkable history of the ups and downs of Cleveland beer.


Author: Iain Gately
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781440631269
Size: 35.86 MB
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A spirited look at the history of alcohol, from the dawn of civilization to the modern day Alcohol is a fundamental part of Western culture. We have been drinking as long as we have been human, and for better or worse, alcohol has shaped our civilization. Drink investigates the history of this Jekyll and Hyde of fluids, tracing mankind's love/hate relationship with alcohol from ancient Egypt to the present day. Drink further documents the contribution of alcohol to the birth and growth of the United States, taking in the War of Independence, the Pennsylvania Whiskey revolt, the slave trade, and the failed experiment of national Prohibition. Finally, it provides a history of the world's most famous drinks-and the world's most famous drinkers. Packed with trivia and colorful characters, Drink amounts to an intoxicating history of the world.