Grape vs. Grain



Read Grape Vs Grain By Charles W Bamforth Reptileclassifieds.us Why Is Wine Considered Sophisticated Even Though The Production Of Beer Is Much Technologically Complex Why Is Wine Touted For Its Health Benefits When Beer Has Nutritive Value Why Does Wine Conjure Up Images Of Staid Dinner Parties While Beer Denotes Screaming Young Partiers Charles Bamforth Explores Several Paradoxes Involving These Beverages, Paying Special Attention To The Culture Surrounding Each He Argues That Beer Can Be Just As Grown Up And Worldly As Wine And Be Part Of A Healthy, Mature Lifestyle Both Beer And Wine Have Histories Spanning Thousands Of Years This Is The First Book To Compare Them From The Perspectives Of History, Technology, Nature Of The Market For Each, Quality Attributes, Types And Styles, And The Effect That They Have On Human Health And Nutrition.Grape vs. Grain

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  • Hardcover
  • 209 pages
  • Grape vs. Grain
  • Charles W. Bamforth
  • English
  • 10 February 2017
  • 0521849373

10 thoughts on “Grape vs. Grain

  1. says:

    A missed opportunity Bamforth s technical knowledge and love of beer is obvious, but I doubt he ll do much to convert people from wine to beer He starts with the premise that beer ought to be as highly regarded as wine and proceeds to spend the totality of the book cramming that point down the reader s throat Note that I think he s spot on beer is superior to wine in countless ways At the same time, his evangelism was so forceful, I found myself thinking that perhaps the gulf isn t as wide A missed opportunity Bamforth s technical knowledge and love of beer is obvious, but I doubt he ll do much to convert people from wine to beer He starts with the premise that beer ought to be as highly regarded as wine and proceeds to spend the totality of the book cramming that point down the reader s throat Note that I think he s spot on beer is superio...

  2. says:

    Beer is WAYinteresting than I ever thought about Charles Bamforth of UCD, by the way is VERY passionate about it His writing is so so, but his enthusiasm carries the book Regardless of my longer standing love for wine, it s fun to get excited about beer too, and I have been reminded to dr...

  3. says:

    It s basically pro beer propaganda from a man who has worked in the brewing industry for decades His brilliance is obvious but the book is shockingly boring and bland, much like the drivel created every day by Anheuser Busch.

  4. says:

    A very well written essays on beer and wine and their differences Even if it s clearly aimed at uplifting the beer image, I never felt a bias against wine.

  5. says:

    Bamforth, inglese per decenni impegnato nell industria birraria e poi docente all Universit della California, cerca in questo libro di dare una dignit sociale alla birra, sottolinea come ci sono tutte le condizioni perch questa bevanda stia alla pari del vino Impegno sacrosanto Il libro, che contiene molte informazioni utili ed scritto in tono leggero e spiritoso, contiene per diversi difetti mancano degli schemi che rendano visibili a colpo d occhio i processi di fabbricazione della bi Bamfor...

  6. says:

    Written by a professor of brewing, the basic thesis of this book is that beer should have social status equal to wine I, of course, agree This guy takes it a little too far though He has a hard time saying a nice thing about wine without saying three nice things about beer He repeats himself The beer chapters all have significantdetail than the wine chapters He needs a proofreader seriously I found the book really interesting It had a lot of great facts on beer and wine histori Written by a professor of brewing, the basic thesis of this book is that beer should have social status equal to wine I, of course, agree This guy takes it a little too far though He has a hard time saying a nice thing about wine without saying three nice things abo...

  7. says:

    Let us not forget that a major brewing company will be producing beer 24 hours a day for 365 days of the year There is no concept of a crush for them all hell let loose for a few weeks after the grapes enter the winery It is always a mystery to me what those wine guys do for the rest of the year I stopped here Ok, you like beer and you wan...

  8. says:

    An interesting read about the making of beer and wine along with the long histories of both drinks The author seeks to elevate beer to a status similar to wine because of the complexity of brewing and the skill required to make beer.

  9. says:

    Better on the beer side of things than the wine, as Bamforth is unabashedly pro brew Still, I found it entertaining and informative on both liquids.

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