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The Oxford Companion To Beer

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.

  • The Impossible Collection of Cars

    Odds are you don't have the cash to buy all -- or even a few -- of the dream rides contained within, but at least the pages of The Impossible Collection of Cars ($650) let you ogle them as if they were your very own. This limited edition, 144-page volume features spectacular photography and brief writings on a whole swatch of iconic vehicles, from a 1909 Blitzen Benz to a '97 Porsche 993 Turbo S, presented on cotton paper with a black rubber presentation box and cutout metal plate, making for a package that's nearly as luxurious as the cars themselves.

  • Guts and Glory

    As we've been reminded countless times by older family members, football used to be a grittier, tougher game than it is now — and for proof of that you need look no further than the photography of Neil Leifer. Guts and Glory ($30) brings Leifer's most powerful images together in a single tome, nearly 300 pages in length, and accompanied by captions that put everything into perspective. A perfect coffee table book for your upcoming fantasy draft cookout/drink fest.