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Around Bruges in 80 Beers Paperback – 18 Jul 2006


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Cogan & Mater is a specialist publishing company based in Cambridge, UK. We deal exclusively with books about beer - mainly Belgian beer right now but intending to expand. Our first book was LambicLand, a book about the lambic beers of Brussels and Payottenland, a second edition of which is planned for Autumn 2009. We followed up with Around Bruges in 80 Beers, the ultimate guide to drinking in one of the world's most beautiful beery cities in 2006. This second edition came out in Spring 2009. Around Brussels in 80 Beers followed in June 2009.

Operating entirely without the support and influence of advertising or sponsorship, we are guided only by faith and foolishness. All our profits go to the people who
create our books and are used mainly to fund future projects. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Chris `Podge' Pollard has been an active campaigner for quality beer for over 20 years, he regularly organises beer festivals, brewery tours and tastings. Since 1994 he has run educational beer tours of Belgium that have become so popular that he is now an officially registered tour operator. He co-authors LambicLand (2004 & 2009) and Around London in 80 Beers and is the proprietor of Podge's Gourmet Pickled Eggs and a grower of walnut trees.

Siobhan McGinn recently left the British Museum to study for her third degree.Such is the burden of the researcher. Her knowledge of the city and its geography is second to none.
Her Flemish Dog Cart Project has yet to attract the interest from broadcasters and publishers that it deserves but she still has hopes for her Victorian taxidermy masterpiece. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.


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