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- Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2014
- Patterson, Mark W. (ed.), Pullen, Nancy Hoalst (ed.)
- 14 Tables, black and white; 61 Illustrations, color; 3 Illustrations, black and white; XIII, 212 p.
- 280 x 208 x 11 mm
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- 561 g
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Mark Patterson is a Professor of Geography and coordinator of the Environmental Analysis and Sustainability program at Kennesaw State University. He earned his Ph.D. in Geography from the University of Arizona. Mark has (co)authored publications on geospatial technology applications for environmental management. Mark's favorite beer style is a chocolate stout. Nancy Hoalst Pullen is an Associate Professor of Geography and the Geographic Information Science Director at Kennesaw State University. She obtained a Ph.D. in Geography from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She is the Associate Editor of the Journal of Applied Geography, and has co-edited (with Mark W. Patterson) a volume entitled Geotechnologies in Environmental Management (2010). Nancy has authored and co-authored several publications on such topics as [sub]urban forest dynamics, environmental perceptions of Latin Americans, and forestry management (Chile). Nancy's favorite beer is a Bavarian style hefe weissbier, served at room temperature.
Historical Geography of Beer.- The geography of beer in ancient Europe.- The origins, dispersion, and evolution of the India Pale Ale (IPA).- The geographic history of beer.- Mapping United States breweries 1776 to 2012.- An historical overview of beer in Mexico, ca. 1850-1950.- Economic Geography of Beer.- The geography of America's microbreweries and brewpubs.- Structural changes taking place in the beer industry in recent decades.- The explosion of craft brewing, culturally and economically, as of 1985.- Changing economic geographies of commercial brewing in the United States.- The British and their breweries: Geographical concentration and dispersion.- Cultural Geography of Beer.- Development of Beer Styles.- The popularity of microbrewing in the United States.- Brewing a sense of place: Neo-localism and the branding and marketing of beer in Canada.- The role of social media in the regionalism of craft and local beers.- Heritage and Tourism in Canada's brewing industry.- Physical and Environmental Geography of Beer.- The world's great beer styles and their biophysical geography.- Sweetwater, mountain springs, and great lakes: A hydrogeography of beer brands.- The Global Hop.- Greening of the beer industry.- Environmental waste from beer making.