Cooking with Craft Beer
Get creative in the kitchen using your favorite brew.
Barely a week goes by in which a small brewery is not founded somewhere across the world. Craft beer has become a phenomenon. Cooking with Craft Beer is an ode to this modern brewing culture and shows what and how to cook with beer—making the most of the flavor profiles of particular beer types, including pale ale, pilsner, and lager varieties—in a diverse range of accessible recipes.
Aside from the sixty brilliant recipes, which cover snacks, hearty main meals, and desserts, Cooking with Craft Beer also profiles craft-beer makers from around the globe, including California’s Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, and contains great, straightforward information on all the different types of beer in informative break out sections. This is the perfect gift for all lovers of the delicious brew: for newcomers to craft beer, it’s a brilliant guide; for those who already know their saisons from their dubbels, the book shows how to use your favorite tipple in your cooking.
248 pages, 8 x 10
About the author:
Torsten Goffin is a TV writer, food journalist, and university lecturer based in Cologne, Germany.
Stevan Paul is a freelance author and a skilled cook who lives in Hamburg, Germany. Stevan is also the founder of Nutriculinary—one of the most popular food blogs in the German-speaking world.
Daniela Haug was a freelance producer on international film projects, until co-founding as:if Film Matters in London. In 2001 she moved to Berlin, where she produces films and web projects for customers including Mercedes Benz. Her photography is published in the areas of food, travel and art.