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A Year in Beer By Donavan Hall
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In this companion volume to the Long Island Beer Guide, Donavan Hall gives the full story of his first year as a professional beer writer. Donavan decides to quit his day job and embark on a new... More > career as a craft beer adventurer. After relocating to Long Island from sunny Florida, Donavan gets back into homebrewing and meets Mike who takes him on his first beer adventure in Boston. Then Donavan travels to Baltimore to crawl the bars of Fells Point. He returns to hook up with Mike and Rich for a tour of Brooklyn. Then he hops on an airplane for the Pacific Northwest to experience really hoppy beer in its native habitat, followed by a jaunt to Denver. Then he's back on a plane bound (this time) for England; he's looking for Real Ale. Exhausted, Donavan tries to take his family on a vacation to Pennsylvania only to find a surfeit of brewpubs including the unique Bube's Brewery in Mount Joy. In the end Donavan returns home to New York with a clear vision of vocation as a beer evangelist.< Less
Long Island Beer Guide By Donavan Hall
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In this updated edition of the original Beer Hall Guide to Long Island, Donavan Hall introduces you to all the nano- and micro-breweries on Long Island and Brooklyn. He also covers the complete... More > craft beer scene on Long Island, Brooklyn, and Manhattan. You'll also find information about brewing your own beer and why you should.< Less
The Angler 1: Tales of Ordinary Idleness By Donavan Hall
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"Tales of Ordinary Idleness" is the premier issue of The Angler, a magazine for drinkers, thinkers, and idlers. Three times a year, editor/publisher, Donavan Hall, collects essays and... More > stories that celebrate the joyful life of an idler. In this issue you'll find Donavan Hall's essay on rambling, idling, fishing, reading, loafing, and living. Also, there is original fiction by Patrick Wood, Rosanne Griffeth, Andrew Reilly, and Russell Bittner.< Less

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