With an inspired mix of fresh twists & modern updates on classic beer-centric cocktails such as the "Michelada Mike" and "Mountain Song", this beautifully conceived pocket-sized volume of two dozen-plus recipes is great for novices and seasoned hooch slingers alike.
Featuring concoctions from some of the most respected bartender/mixologists in the United States, get ready to read your way into several of the finest establishments in the country, including:
Throw in the priceless illustrations by Brooklyn, New York based artist Pete Gamlen, and "The Cocktail Hour: Beer" is as satisfying as the recipes it contains. Bonus? This charmer is manufactured with 100% recycled papers, vegetable based inks, and equipment powered by renewable energy
We'll drink to that.
- 32 pages
- Size: 3.5" x 5"
- Manufactured with 100% recycled papers, vegetable based inks, and equipment powered by renewable energy. Archival papers are made in the states of Washington and Wisconsin using post-consumer recycled paper; inks locally milled in Portland.
- Designed, edited, project-managed, printed, bound, packaged & made in Portland, Oregon USA.
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