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Beer and books

Pairing books with beers.

Ales lend themselves well to vigorous literature–adventures, thrillers, spy novels, horror, serious science fiction, and hard-boiled mysteries. Several types of modern, quasi-classic British mysteries featuring the ever-expanding class of brooding Detective Inspectors (Inspector Wexford; Elizabeth George’s Inspector Lynley; Susannah Stacey’s Inspector Bone) also taste great with ale, as do light comedic works by British or American authors

Posted by on October 28, 2008.

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