Beer on the Last Frontier is the first book ever written that focusesexclusively on the craft breweries and brewpubs of Alaska. It is anexploration of and guide to the numerous craft breweries of The GreatLand and the exceptional beers they are brewing. Volume I covers thebreweries of the Kenai Peninsula and Kodiak Island. Volume II coversAnchorage, Fairbanks, and all points in between. Volume III...
Series: Beer on the Last Frontier: The Craft Breweries of Alaska
Paperback: 96 pages
Publisher: William Howell; 2 edition (October 4, 2016)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.2 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 4179904
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As a resident of the Kenai/Soldotna area of Alaska, I have watched three craft breweries develop and become established in our community. I have witnessed my friends and neighbors becoming more educated and informed concerning the complexities of be...
heast Alaska. This book is not intended to be a stand-aloneguidebook to Alaska. Rather, it should be viewed as a guidebookspecifically for the craft beer lover, one which will enable any visitor or tourist who is particularly interested in experiencing craft beer in Alaska to do so most effectively.REVISED & EXPANDED for 2016! This volume, The Kenai Peninsulaand Kodiak Island Breweries, covers the five breweries and two brewpubslocated in these two regions of Alaska in detail. Profusely illustrated with color photographs and containing interviews with the brewers, italso provides detailed information to aid the visitor to Alaska, such as driving directions, operating hours, as well as beer lists and tastingnotes for each of the craft breweries. Besides detailed information oneach of the breweries, the book also offers suggestions on bars,restaurants, and liquor stores in the regions which offer goodselections of craft beers from the 49th state.Breweries covered in this volume:Grace Ridge Brewing CompanyKenai River Brewing CompanyKassik's BreweryHomer Brewing CompanyKodiak Island Brewing CompanySeward Brewing CompanySt. Elias Brewing CompanyAlaska is unique in its climate, its wildlife and the people wholive there. Is it any surprise that its beers are unique as well? Beers, wines, meads, ciders, distilled spirits: they are all made commercially in Alaska. And not just made, but made well. Alaska's alcoholicbeverages are the frequent winners of awards in national and eveninternational competitions. There are more than 30 commercial breweriesin Alaska, two wineries, a meadery, a cidery, and five distilleries. Not bad for a state with under 800,000 total residents. So if you will betraveling to Alaska and enjoy craft beer, this guidebook is a must!