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The taste of farm beer: from tradition to local and eco-responsible innovation

The taste of farm beer: from tradition to local and eco-responsible innovation

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  • Publisher: Druid
  • French language
  • Publication date: 05/2019
  • Number of pages: 279
  • Dimensions: 15 x 22 cm
  • Weight: 615g
  • Format: Softcover
  • ISBN: 9782897114565


Creating beers using locally grown grains and herbs is popular almost everywhere in the brewing world. In some cases, you still grow, malt and brew yourself using your own ingredients. In others, it is more about the farm "flavor", shared by malts and specific ferments, which, rightly or wrongly, we associate with that of farm brewing.

Today's wine enthusiast therefore benefits from knowing how to recognize these specificities when he finds himself in front of a display full of modern bottles labeled by companies with different aims and interests. This is what Martin Thibault offers by introducing us to the most inspiring contemporary examples from Quebec and northeast America as well as the traditions preserved in particular in Bhutan, Peru, Estonia and Norway.
Does “Farmhouse Ale”, “Saison” and “Grisette” mean anything to you? Follow the guide to learn more!


As often as possible, Martin Thibault and David Lévesque Gendron travel the world to discover beers, which they dissect in their notebooks. Whether they leave together or separately, they inevitably bring back good bottles, rare gems that they share during almost weekly tastings.

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