A Glass Apart

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ISBN: 9781864705492
Release Date: 2015-08-28
Number of pages: 256
Author: Fionnán O’Connor
Publisher: Images Publishing

Download and read online A Glass Apart in PDF and EPUB Irish single pot still whiskey has a romantic mystique for many whiskey critics because of its tragic history as the ‘lost sister’ of single malt scotch. Ireland’s history and politics resulted in the near-annihilation of the national drink and there’s an almost eerie beauty to the ‘silent’ distilleries that still dot the Irish countryside. These distilleries inform the aesthetic of the title and, indeed, there is visual poetry in the barrels, pot stills and photogenic amber spirits that convey the Irish whiskey world. Although Irish whiskey is currently the fastest-growing global spirits category and Irish ‘pure pot still’ has long been a favourite drink among whiskey critics and connoisseurs, the existing literature is still surprisingly sparse. This book illustrates the production, history, and appreciation of Irish pot still whiskey and will introduce casual drinkers to the richness of these whiskeys as well as being a collectors’ item for established whiskey connoisseurs.


A Glass Apart

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ISBN: 1864707232
Release Date: 2017-05
Number of pages: 224
Author: Fionnán O'Connor
Publisher:

Download and read online A Glass Apart in PDF and EPUB -A full history of the production and appreciation of Irish pot still whiskey -Revised to include listings of a number of new and mentionable distillers "Quickly being recognised as the most comprehensive guide to Irish whiskey." - Gary Quinn, The Irish Times "A must read book for any fan of Irish whiskey. At a time when the category is making the mightiest of comebacks Fionnan O'Connor has written a gem of a book, digging deep in to the heart of his country's whiskey history and telling its story with style and authority. Excellent." Dominic Roskrow, Founding Director, The Craft Distillers Alliance Irish single pot still whiskey has a romantic mystique for many whiskey critics because of its tragic history as the lost sister of single malt scotch. Ireland's history and politics resulted in the near-annihilation of the national drink and there's an almost eerie beauty to the silent distilleries that still dot the Irish countryside. These distilleries inform the aesthetic of the title and, indeed, there is visual poetry in the barrels, pot stills and photogenic amber spirits that convey the Irish whiskey world. Although Irish whiskey is currently the fastest-growing global spirits category and Irish pure pot still has long been a favorite drink among whiskey critics and connoisseurs, the existing literature is still surprisingly sparse. This book illustrates the production, history, and appreciation of Irish pot still whiskey and will introduce casual drinkers to the richness of these whiskeys as well as being a collector's item for established whiskey connoisseurs. Contents: Appreciation; Production; The Pot Still Profiles; History: The Story of a Spirit; A Guide to the Revival.


The Whiskeys of Ireland

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ISBN: 1847177816
Release Date: 2016-04-11
Number of pages: 256
Author: Peter Mulryan
Publisher:

Download and read online The Whiskeys of Ireland in PDF and EPUB This beautifully produced book, with full-colour photographs throughout, will tell you everything you ever wanted to know about Irish whiskey. Includes chapters on The History of Irish Whiskey, Its Rise and Fall, The Fall and Rise, How Whiskey is Made and How to Taste Whiskey. All by acknowledged food and drink expert Peter Mulryan, who is a producer with RTE Television and has made numerous programmes on food and drink.


Classic Irish Whiskey

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ISBN: 185375241X
Release Date: 1997
Number of pages: 256
Author: Jim Murray
Publisher: Trafalgar Square Publishing

Download and read online Classic Irish Whiskey in PDF and EPUB Whiskey's origins -- Distilling history -- Making whiskey -- An A-Z of distilleries & brands -- Poteen -- Where to visit.


Irish Whiskey Guide

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ISBN: 184758120X
Release Date: 2009-06-01
Number of pages: 128
Author: Peter Mulryan
Publisher: Appletree Press (IE)

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Whisky

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ISBN: 9780857903389
Release Date: 2016-10-20
Number of pages: 192
Author: Aeneas MacDonald
Publisher: Birlinn Ltd

Download and read online Whisky in PDF and EPUB ‘The finest whisky book ever’ – Dave Broom ‘If I could take only one whisky book to a desert island it would be Aeneas MacDonald’s Whisky’ – Charles MacLean ‘This is a small volume but there are plenty who will love it. It is airy, witty, full of sound knowledge and practical wisdom’ – The New York Times This is – in the opinion of many whisky writers and experts – the finest whisky book ever written. It is certainly the first written from the point of view of the consumer and is thus historically significant. But more than that, poetic and polemic in style and with its emphasis on the importance of single malt whisky and its concern to protect and inform the consumer, it remains fresh and relevant to the interests of today’s whisky drinker. It is a remarkably prophetic book, and with Ian Buxton’s shrewd commentary and analysis, combined for the first time with period illustrations, it is brought bang up to date for today’s generations of whisky aficionados.


The Art of Distilling Whiskey and Other Spirits

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ISBN: 9781616735555
Release Date: 2011-02-09
Number of pages: 176
Author: Bill Owens
Publisher: Quarry Books

Download and read online The Art of Distilling Whiskey and Other Spirits in PDF and EPUB This book is a backstage pass into the world of small-scale distilling of whiskies, gins, vodkas, brandies, and more. The reader, the ultimate spirits aficionado, will learn how water and grain are transformed into the full range exquisite, timeless liquors. There are few books available that explore the actual craft of distilling in such detail. Most of the other spirits books chronicle the historical side of the distilling world or focus on the flavors of various vintages. Our book will be the consummate insider's guide to distilling techniques. Bill Owens' original photography, the result of two cross-country road trips, offers comprehensive illustration of the microdistilling world.


The Ultimate Survival Medicine Guide

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ISBN: 9781632202611
Release Date: 2015-08-04
Number of pages: 256
Author: Joseph Alton
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.

Download and read online The Ultimate Survival Medicine Guide in PDF and EPUB The Ultimate Survival Medicine Guide: Emergency Preparedness for any Disaster is the new abridged version of the bestselling book The Survival Medicine Handbook. This unique medical book is meant to enable the average person to handle injuries and illness in situations in which modern medical facilities and professionals aren’t available due to a disaster. This book is written by America’s top medical preparedness experts: Joe Alton, MD, and Amy Alton, ARNP. Their mission: to put a medically prepared person in every family for when medical help is not on the way. Using decades of medical experience, they address, in plain language, dozens of medical issues associated with surviving disasters and epidemics. The Altons also discuss the medical supplies needed to become a medical asset to your family and community as well as alternative and natural strategies for when pharmaceuticals aren’t available. Most medical books will send you to the doctor or hospital when an emergency happens. The Ultimate Survival Medicine Guide assumes what might actually happen—that the average person could be left without medical help in a disaster. With this unique book, you’ll have a head start on keeping your family healthy in times of trouble.


The Local Food Revolution

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ISBN: 9781623170011
Release Date: 2016-10-18
Number of pages: 456
Author: Michael Brownlee
Publisher: North Atlantic Books

Download and read online The Local Food Revolution in PDF and EPUB Demonstrating that humanity faces an imminent and prolonged global food crisis, Michael Brownlee issues a clarion call and manifesto for a revolutionary movement to localize the global food supply. He lays out a practical guide for those who hope to navigate the challenging process of shaping the local or regional food system, providing a roadmap for embarking on the process of righting the profoundly unsustainable and already-failing global industrialized food system. Written to inform, inspire, and empower anyone—farmers or ranchers, community gardeners, aspiring food entrepreneurs, supply chain venturers, commercial food buyers, restaurateurs, investors, community food activists, non-profit agencies, policy makers, or local government leaders—who hopes to be a catalyst for change, this book provides a blueprint for economic action, with specific suggestions that make the process more conscious and deliberate. Brownlee, cofounder of the nonprofit Local Food Shift Group, maps out the underlying process of food localization and outlines the route that communities, regions, and foodsheds often follow in their efforts to take control of food production and distribution. By sharing the strategies that have proven successful, he charts a practical path forward while indicating approaches that otherwise might be invisible and unexplored. Stories and interviews illustrate how food localization is happening on the ground and in the field. Essays and thought-pieces explore some of the challenging ethical, moral, economic, and social dilemmas and thresholds that might arise as the local food shift develops. For anyone who wants to understand, in concrete terms, the unique challenges and extraordinary opportunities that present themselves as we address one of the most urgent issues of our time, The Local Food Revolution is an indispensable resource. From the Trade Paperback edition.


Famous for a Reason

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ISBN: 1780272529
Release Date: 2015-11-16
Number of pages: 304
Author: Charles MacLean
Publisher: Birlinn

Download and read online Famous for a Reason in PDF and EPUB From humble beginnings in Perth in the early nineteenth century Matthew Gloag established a thriving whisky business that found favour with the royal household and the Scottish public alike. The family business he established struck gold in 1896 when they created The Famous Grouse - a blended whisky that became a national favourite, Through innovative and entertaining marketing campaigns it has developed into a much-loved and bestselling brand. Celebrated whisky writer Charles MacLean has been granted unique access to the company archives and interviews with surviving family descendants and compiled a story rich in anecdote and social historical commentary.


Whiskey

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ISBN: 9781465472434
Release Date: 2017-10-10
Number of pages: 288
Author: Michael Jackson
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Whiskey in PDF and EPUB Discover the secrets of whiskey's aromas and flavors, the stories behind great distilleries, and expert tasting notes in this updated edition originated by one of the most highly respected commentators in the whiskey world, Michael Jackson. From grain to glass, Whiskey tells you everything and anything you'll ever want to know about whiskey, from storing and serving whiskey, to whiskey cocktails, to pairing whiskey with food. In addition to a refreshed design, this updated edition includes the recent names in whiskey today, a new section devoted to American craft distilleries, and the addition of new distilleries from across Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia.


The whisky distilleries of the United Kingdom

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ISBN: UCAL:B3866536
Release Date: 1969
Number of pages: 457
Author: Alfred Barnard
Publisher:

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Whisky Japan

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ISBN: 1568365756
Release Date: 2016-10-03
Number of pages: 228
Author: Dominic Roskrow
Publisher: Kodansha

Download and read online Whisky Japan in PDF and EPUB Japanese whisky is finally getting the international recognition it deserves. Originally created to emulate the malts of Scotland, Japanese whiskies now hold a distinct and unique place among other world--class spirits. Yet, despite having a history going back nearly a century, and winning many prestigious awards in recent years (including Whisky Magazine's World Whiskies Awards in 2016, 2013, 2011, and 2010, and The Whisky Bible's World Whisky of the Year in 2013), Japanese whiskies have remained enigmatic and exotic. UntiI now. In WHISKY JAPAN, the most comprehensive book on Japanese whisky ever available in English, renowned expert Dominic Roskrow reveals what makes Japanese whisky so special and sought--after by whisky connoisseurs everywhere. He introduces the companies that make Japanese whisky, and offers detailed portraits of these distilleries, explaining their complex production processes, traditions, and the new innovations that have allowed them to take on and surpass the competition. The reader is carried along on a journey to the very heart of Japanese whisky making, with extensive tasting notes for all the leading expressions, a special selection of rare Japanese treasures, profile interviews with key personalities, and over 500 beautiful photographs and illustrations. Here are the whisky makers, blenders, independent bottlers, retailers, collectors, bloggers, and bartenders. There is a lively guide to the best bars around the world in which to taste Japanese whisky, a section on whisky cocktails and food pairings, and useful travel tips on how to get to the distilleries, where to stay, what to eat, and what else there is to do in the area.


The Guinness Story

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ISBN: 184717843X
Release Date: 2016-07-28
Number of pages: 176
Author: Edward Bourke
Publisher: O'Brien Press

Download and read online The Guinness Story in PDF and EPUB This 250-year old story will fascinate lovers of Guinness stout and memorabilia as well as those interested in this remarkable family of brewers and the industrial history of Ireland's most famous export. Over 100 fascinating photographs bring to life the pivotal role that the Guinness brewery has played in Ireland for over two centuries.


Albion s Seed

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ISBN: 019974369X
Release Date: 1991-03-14
Number of pages: 972
Author: David Hackett Fischer
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online Albion s Seed in PDF and EPUB This fascinating book is the first volume in a projected cultural history of the United States, from the earliest English settlements to our own time. It is a history of American folkways as they have changed through time, and it argues a thesis about the importance for the United States of having been British in its cultural origins. While most people in the United States today have no British ancestors, they have assimilated regional cultures which were created by British colonists, even while preserving ethnic identities at the same time. In this sense, nearly all Americans are "Albion's Seed," no matter what their ethnicity may be. The concluding section of this remarkable book explores the ways that regional cultures have continued to dominate national politics from 1789 to 1988, and still help to shape attitudes toward education, government, gender, and violence, on which differences between American regions are greater than between European nations.