House of Suds: a history of beer breeding in western Canada
House of Suds: a history of beer breeding in western Canada
House of Suds: a history of beer breeding in western Canada
House of Suds: a history of beer breeding in western Canada
House of Suds: a history of beer breeding in western Canada
House of Suds: a history of beer breeding in western Canada

House of Suds: a history of beer breeding in western Canada

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By: William A. Hagelund
ISBN: 0-88839-526-4
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 8.5" X 5.5"
Pages: 256
Photos: 84
Illustrations: 2
Publication Date: 2003

Description

PR Highlights: Includes several cooking with beer recipees
PHOTO Highlights: Historical b/w photos throughout.

Sample Chapter

Description: Author Bill Hagelund draws upon his memories and knowledge as a brewery engineer to provide readers with historical and technical insight. olden, effervescing, historic, sacramental and refreshing. Even before the days of Ancient Greece and Rome there has been beer. The ability to turn a living fungus into a satiating beverage has been a universally revered skill through the ages. And there is a special sense of accomplishment and dedication held by brew masters as they strive to cultivate the perfect beer. House of Suds explores the history of brewing and brew masters in B.C., paying particular attention to the Molson Capilano Brewery in Vancouver. Author Bill Hagelund draws upon his memories and knowledge as a brewery engineer to provide readers with historical and technical insight.

Author Biography

After 14 years at sea, Captain Hagelund came ashore to work for 30 years as a Molson Engineer before retiring and taking command of the class 4 passenger vessel the SS Beaver for another 10 years. A model engineer and a government licensed prospector, he enjoys an active retirement. William Hagelund is also the author of Harbour Burning, Dowager Queen, and I Believe, also published by Hancock House.