Author: Phill Powell
Book Reviews - Full Pints July 1, 2006 - Phill Powell So what is it about Belgium? We’re talking about a country roughly the size of Massachusetts, with an annual GDP less than many profitable pyramid schemes. And yet, in beer circles, Belgian brewing figures quite prominently—universally understood to be one of the world’s premiere beer capitals. And the constant subject of beer writers. Two new... View Article
Book Reviews - Full Pints July 1, 2006 - Phill Powell The title is daring in its confidence, almost inviting a challenge to its authority. And yet, this reference work by Michael Kuderka and Catherine Ench-Kuderka is so resolute in its purpose that it makes a fairly compelling case that it ultimately is what it purports to be.
Book Reviews - Full Pints March 1, 2006 - Phill Powell Beer travelers hungry to prowl the lower Mid-Atlantic states have two books to inform their journeys. Your guide: noted beer and spirits writer Lew Bryson, who covers the state brewery/brewpub beat for various magazines, such as Malt Advocate and Ale Street News. His new book, Pennsylvania Breweries, and the revised Virginia, Maryland & Delaware Breweries... View Article