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Locally Brewed

The past decade has seen beer go from mass produced, yellow, fizzy stuff to the craft beer explosion we are all witnessing today. Much of that development can be traced back to the Midwest, where a handful of breweries have made inroads for all the new brewers that seem to be popping up across the country. Locally Brewed profiles 20 of those breweries, providing great stories and photos throughout the book. It's a good read that will look nice on your bar next to your next local craft beer of choice.

  • The Canadian Whisky Portable Expert

    It might not get as much attention as its cousins Bourbon and Scotch, but Canadian whisky is actually every bit as worthy of your time. Start your education on the subject with Canadian Whisky: The Portable Expert. Penned by sommelier and whisky expert Davin de Kergommeaux, this surprisingly deep book takes you from shore to shore, exploring not only the current whisky industry in Canada, but its history as well, including the culture that's formed around it and the reason it tastes like it does. A must read for any self-respecting whisky lover.

  • Bacon 24/7

    Bacon is fantastic no matter how you cook it, but believe it or not, there's more ways to make it than simply following the Bacon Method. Penned by chef/author/recipe developer Theresa Gilliam and photographer E. Jane Armstrong, Bacon 24/7: Recipes for Curing, Smoking, and Eating is filled with recipes to give you some variety to your bacon consumption, from breakfast to late-night snacks and even desserts. And should you want to take your love to the next level, info on curing and smoking your own.