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The Comic Book Story Of Beer

The Comic Book Story of Beer is a new book that brilliantly teaches you the history behind your favorite sudsy beverage without getting you bored. The lushly illustrated graphic novel tells the story of the world’s favorite beverage from 7000 bc to today’s craft brewing revolution. An endlessly entertaining and assiduously researched chronicle, that all beer, history and comic book nerds can enjoy.

Available for purchase in Europe here




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SUSHI BAZOOKA

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VACUUM INSULATED BEER GROWLER | BY HYDRO FLASK | Image

VACUUM INSULATED BEER GROWLER | BY HYDRO FLASK

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VILLA VALS | IMPRESSIVE UNDERGROUNG RESIDENCE FOR RENT | Image

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