The Ontario Craft Beer Guide

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The Ontario Craft Beer Guide
Author : Robin LeBlanc
File Size : 45,7 Mb
Publisher : Dundurn
Language : English
Release Date : 20 May 2017
ISBN : 9781459739307
Pages : 640 pages
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The Ontario Craft Beer Guide by Robin LeBlanc Book PDF Summary

An indispensable guide to the heady world of Ontario’s craft beer revival, the expanded second edition of The Ontario Craft Beer Guide adds nearly 100 outstanding new breweries. For newcomers and aficionados alike, experts Jordan St. John and Robin LeBlanc guide you through the booming craft beer scene to your new favourite pint.

The Ontario Craft Beer Guide

An indispensable guide to the heady world of Ontario’s craft beer revival, the expanded second edition of The Ontario Craft Beer Guide adds nearly 100 outstanding new breweries. For newcomers and aficionados alike, experts Jordan St. John and Robin LeBlanc guide you through the booming craft beer scene to your

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The Ontario Craft Beer Guide

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The Ontario Craft Beer Guide

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