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Beard

Beard

Thinking of growing out your facial hair this fall? You can find plenty of inspiration in the pages of Beard ($9). Filled with stark, straight-on shots of the world's most impressive whiskers — captured at the World Beard and Moustache Championships — it's sure to give you some ideas beyond your trademark five o'clock shadow.

  • The Oxford Companion To Beer

    It's not entitled "The Official Encyclopedia of Beer," but it might as well be. Weighing in at nearly 1,000 pages and covering over 1,100 topics, The Oxford Companion To Beer ($40) is filled with passages penned by experts on the subject, all painstakingly gathered together and edited by Brooklyn Brewery Brewmaster Garrett Oliver and presented in a hefty tome that's perfect reading material for aspiring brewers and beer lovers alike.

  • House of Cash

    Johnny Cash was by all accounts an interesting character, and who better to tell the story of his life than his own son? House of Cash ($26) gathers up unpublished family photos, lyrics, art, and notes, and mixes them together with author John Carter Cash's recollections of talks between himself and his legendary dad, covering topics ranging from creativity to morality, all straight from the mouth of The Man in Black. [Scouted by Mark]