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I should start by letting you know that I am a complete beer nerd. I’m a biochemistry professor and part of a brewing science program at our university and have been an avid homebrewer for over twenty years. I love craft beer and even more I love learning about the history of beer. Thinking about my brewing forefathers stirs up deep, profound feelings of brotherhood whenever I brew up a 5 gallon batch. So, “Hops and Glory” by Pete Brown is definitely my kind of reading.

The story details Brown’s adventures as he attempts to recreate the historic journey that gave India Pale Ale it’s name. From replicating a historical batch of beer at the Museum Brewery in Burton-on-Trent, Brown recounts his journey by sea to India lugging along an uncooperative barrel of beer in an engaging, and humorous narrative. Every other chapter focuses on the history of India Pale Ale written in a highly readable and witty form. This dual coverage of both the travel account and the history works brilliantly. Much more than just outlining how India Pale Ale came to be, the historical chapters serve to give a great deal of insight into the authors motivation and the kind of person he is. Pete Brown is an excellent writer. Also, he’s obviously a hopeless beer geek like me. He seems like someone I’d love to meet and have a few beers with. We would likely be fast friends if we lived in the same town.

I consider "Hops and Glory" a ‘must read’ for all beer nerds, homebrewers and craft beer enthusiasts. Also, I would highly recommend it to those who enjoy travel writing. I am admittedly biased, but I would put “Hops and Glory” on the same list as other great travel books that I’ve enjoyed like Bill Bryson’s “A Walk In The Woods”. I’m very much looking forward to reading more from Pete Brown … “Three Sheets To The Wind” is next on my list.
I raise my pint and toast you, Pete … keep up the excellent beer writing. Cheers!

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i consider "hops and glory" a ‘must read’ for all beer nerds, homebrewers and craft beer enthusiasts. also, i would highly recommend it to those who enjoy travel writing. i am admittedly biased, but i would put “hops and glory” on the same list as other great travel books that i’ve enjoyed like bill bryson’s “a walk in the woods”. i’m very much looking forward to reading more from pete brown … “three sheets to the wind” is next on my list.
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the story details brown’s adventures as he attempts to recreate the historic journey that gave india pale ale it’s name. from replicating a historical batch of beer at the museum brewery in burton-on-trent, brown recounts his journey by sea to india lugging along an uncooperative barrel of beer in an engaging, and humorous narrative. every other chapter focuses on the history of india pale ale written in a highly readable and witty form. this dual coverage of both the travel account and the history works brilliantly. much more than just outlining how india pale ale came to be, the historical chapters serve to give a great deal of insight into the authors motivation and the kind of person he is. pete brown is an excellent writer. also, he’s obviously a hopeless beer geek like me. he seems like someone i’d love to meet and have a few beers with. we would likely be fast friends if we lived in the same town.

i consider "hops and glory" a ‘must read’ for all beer nerds, homebrewers and craft beer enthusiasts. also, i would highly recommend it to those who enjoy travel writing. i am admittedly biased, but i would put “hops and glory” on the same list as other great travel books that i’ve enjoyed like bill bryson’s “a walk in the woods”. i’m very much looking forward to reading more from pete brown … “three sheets to the wind” is next on my list.
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the story details brown’s adventures as he attempts to recreate the historic journey that gave india pale ale it’s name. from replicating a historical batch of beer at the museum brewery in burton-on-trent, brown recounts his journey by sea to india lugging along an uncooperative barrel of beer in an engaging, and humorous narrative. every other chapter focuses on the history of india pale ale written in a highly readable and witty form. this dual coverage of both the travel account and the history works brilliantly. much more than just outlining how india pale ale came to be, the historical chapters serve to give a great deal of insight into the authors motivation and the kind of person he is. pete brown is an excellent writer. also, he’s obviously a hopeless beer geek like me. he seems like someone i’d love to meet and have a few beers with. we would likely be fast friends if we lived in the same town.

i consider "hops and glory" a ‘must read’ for all beer nerds, homebrewers and craft beer enthusiasts. also, i would highly recommend it to those who enjoy travel writing. i am admittedly biased, but i would put “hops and glory” on the same list as other great travel books that i’ve enjoyed like bill bryson’s “a walk in the woods”. i’m very much looking forward to reading more from pete brown … “three sheets to the wind” is next on my list.
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the story details brown’s adventures as he attempts to recreate the historic journey that gave india pale ale it’s name. from replicating a historical batch of beer at the museum brewery in burton-on-trent, brown recounts his journey by sea to india lugging along an uncooperative barrel of beer in an engaging, and humorous narrative. every other chapter focuses on the history of india pale ale written in a highly readable and witty form. this dual coverage of both the travel account and the history works brilliantly. much more than just outlining how india pale ale came to be, the historical chapters serve to give a great deal of insight into the authors motivation and the kind of person he is. pete brown is an excellent writer. also, he’s obviously a hopeless beer geek like me. he seems like someone i’d love to meet and have a few beers with. we would likely be fast friends if we lived in the same town.

i consider "hops and glory" a ‘must read’ for all beer nerds, homebrewers and craft beer enthusiasts. also, i would highly recommend it to those who enjoy travel writing. i am admittedly biased, but i would put “hops and glory” on the same list as other great travel books that i’ve enjoyed like bill bryson’s “a walk in the woods”. i’m very much looking forward to reading more from pete brown … “three sheets to the wind” is next on my list.
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the story details brown’s adventures as he attempts to recreate the historic journey that gave india pale ale it’s name. from replicating a historical batch of beer at the museum brewery in burton-on-trent, brown recounts his journey by sea to india lugging along an uncooperative barrel of beer in an engaging, and humorous narrative. every other chapter focuses on the history of india pale ale written in a highly readable and witty form. this dual coverage of both the travel account and the history works brilliantly. much more than just outlining how india pale ale came to be, the historical chapters serve to give a great deal of insight into the authors motivation and the kind of person he is. pete brown is an excellent writer. also, he’s obviously a hopeless beer geek like me. he seems like someone i’d love to meet and have a few beers with. we would likely be fast friends if we lived in the same town.

i consider "hops and glory" a ‘must read’ for all beer nerds, homebrewers and craft beer enthusiasts. also, i would highly recommend it to those who enjoy travel writing. i am admittedly biased, but i would put “hops and glory” on the same list as other great travel books that i’ve enjoyed like bill bryson’s “a walk in the woods”. i’m very much looking forward to reading more from pete brown … “three sheets to the wind” is next on my list.
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the story details brown’s adventures as he attempts to recreate the historic journey that gave india pale ale it’s name. from replicating a historical batch of beer at the museum brewery in burton-on-trent, brown recounts his journey by sea to india lugging along an uncooperative barrel of beer in an engaging, and humorous narrative. every other chapter focuses on the history of india pale ale written in a highly readable and witty form. this dual coverage of both the travel account and the history works brilliantly. much more than just outlining how india pale ale came to be, the historical chapters serve to give a great deal of insight into the authors motivation and the kind of person he is. pete brown is an excellent writer. also, he’s obviously a hopeless beer geek like me. he seems like someone i’d love to meet and have a few beers with. we would likely be fast friends if we lived in the same town.

i consider "hops and glory" a ‘must read’ for all beer nerds, homebrewers and craft beer enthusiasts. also, i would highly recommend it to those who enjoy travel writing. i am admittedly biased, but i would put “hops and glory” on the same list as other great travel books that i’ve enjoyed like bill bryson’s “a walk in the woods”. i’m very much looking forward to reading more from pete brown … “three sheets to the wind” is next on my list.
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the story details brown’s adventures as he attempts to recreate the historic journey that gave india pale ale it’s name. from replicating a historical batch of beer at the museum brewery in burton-on-trent, brown recounts his journey by sea to india lugging along an uncooperative barrel of beer in an engaging, and humorous narrative. every other chapter focuses on the history of india pale ale written in a highly readable and witty form. this dual coverage of both the travel account and the history works brilliantly. much more than just outlining how india pale ale came to be, the historical chapters serve to give a great deal of insight into the authors motivation and the kind of person he is. pete brown is an excellent writer. also, he’s obviously a hopeless beer geek like me. he seems like someone i’d love to meet and have a few beers with. we would likely be fast friends if we lived in the same town.

i consider "hops and glory" a ‘must read’ for all beer nerds, homebrewers and craft beer enthusiasts. also, i would highly recommend it to those who enjoy travel writing. i am admittedly biased, but i would put “hops and glory” on the same list as other great travel books that i’ve enjoyed like bill bryson’s “a walk in the woods”. i’m very much looking forward to reading more from pete brown … “three sheets to the wind” is next on my list.
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the story details brown’s adventures as he attempts to recreate the historic journey that gave india pale ale it’s name. from replicating a historical batch of beer at the museum brewery in burton-on-trent, brown recounts his journey by sea to india lugging along an uncooperative barrel of beer in an engaging, and humorous narrative. every other chapter focuses on the history of india pale ale written in a highly readable and witty form. this dual coverage of both the travel account and the history works brilliantly. much more than just outlining how india pale ale came to be, the historical chapters serve to give a great deal of insight into the authors motivation and the kind of person he is. pete brown is an excellent writer. also, he’s obviously a hopeless beer geek like me. he seems like someone i’d love to meet and have a few beers with. we would likely be fast friends if we lived in the same town.

i consider "hops and glory" a ‘must read’ for all beer nerds, homebrewers and craft beer enthusiasts. also, i would highly recommend it to those who enjoy travel writing. i am admittedly biased, but i would put “hops and glory” on the same list as other great travel books that i’ve enjoyed like bill bryson’s “a walk in the woods”. i’m very much looking forward to reading more from pete brown … “three sheets to the wind” is next on my list.
i raise my pint and toast you, pete … keep up the excellent beer writing. cheers!
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the story details brown’s adventures as he attempts to recreate the historic journey that gave india pale ale it’s name. from replicating a historical batch of beer at the museum brewery in burton-on-trent, brown recounts his journey by sea to india lugging along an uncooperative barrel of beer in an engaging, and humorous narrative. every other chapter focuses on the history of india pale ale written in a highly readable and witty form. this dual coverage of both the travel account and the history works brilliantly. much more than just outlining how india pale ale came to be, the historical chapters serve to give a great deal of insight into the authors motivation and the kind of person he is. pete brown is an excellent writer. also, he’s obviously a hopeless beer geek like me. he seems like someone i’d love to meet and have a few beers with. we would likely be fast friends if we lived in the same town.

i consider "hops and glory" a ‘must read’ for all beer nerds, homebrewers and craft beer enthusiasts. also, i would highly recommend it to those who enjoy travel writing. i am admittedly biased, but i would put “hops and glory” on the same list as other great travel books that i’ve enjoyed like bill bryson’s “a walk in the woods”. i’m very much looking forward to reading more from pete brown … “three sheets to the wind” is next on my list.
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the story details brown’s adventures as he attempts to recreate the historic journey that gave india pale ale it’s name. from replicating a historical batch of beer at the museum brewery in burton-on-trent, brown recounts his journey by sea to india lugging along an uncooperative barrel of beer in an engaging, and humorous narrative. every other chapter focuses on the history of india pale ale written in a highly readable and witty form. this dual coverage of both the travel account and the history works brilliantly. much more than just outlining how india pale ale came to be, the historical chapters serve to give a great deal of insight into the authors motivation and the kind of person he is. pete brown is an excellent writer. also, he’s obviously a hopeless beer geek like me. he seems like someone i’d love to meet and have a few beers with. we would likely be fast friends if we lived in the same town.

i consider "hops and glory" a ‘must read’ for all beer nerds, homebrewers and craft beer enthusiasts. also, i would highly recommend it to those who enjoy travel writing. i am admittedly biased, but i would put “hops and glory” on the same list as other great travel books that i’ve enjoyed like bill bryson’s “a walk in the woods”. i’m very much looking forward to reading more from pete brown … “three sheets to the wind” is next on my list.
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i consider "hops and glory" a ‘must read’ for all beer nerds, homebrewers and craft beer enthusiasts. also, i would highly recommend it to those who enjoy travel writing. i am admittedly biased, but i would put “hops and glory” on the same list as other great travel books that i’ve enjoyed like bill bryson’s “a walk in the woods”. i’m very much looking forward to reading more from pete brown … “three sheets to the wind” is next on my list.
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the story details brown’s adventures as he attempts to recreate the historic journey that gave india pale ale it’s name. from replicating a historical batch of beer at the museum brewery in burton-on-trent, brown recounts his journey by sea to india lugging along an uncooperative barrel of beer in an engaging, and humorous narrative. every other chapter focuses on the history of india pale ale written in a highly readable and witty form. this dual coverage of both the travel account and the history works brilliantly. much more than just outlining how india pale ale came to be, the historical chapters serve to give a great deal of insight into the authors motivation and the kind of person he is. pete brown is an excellent writer. also, he’s obviously a hopeless beer geek like me. he seems like someone i’d love to meet and have a few beers with. we would likely be fast friends if we lived in the same town.

i consider "hops and glory" a ‘must read’ for all beer nerds, homebrewers and craft beer enthusiasts. also, i would highly recommend it to those who enjoy travel writing. i am admittedly biased, but i would put “hops and glory” on the same list as other great travel books that i’ve enjoyed like bill bryson’s “a walk in the woods”. i’m very much looking forward to reading more from pete brown … “three sheets to the wind” is next on my list.
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