Goodnight Brew: A Parody for Beer People
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It’s closing time at the brewery. While the moon rises, the brewery crew—including three little otters (in charge of the water), a wort hog, and a hops wildebeest—introduce us to the brewing equipment, ingredients, and styles of beer. Join this fanciful crew as they close down for the evening and say goodnight to the brew kettle, barley and yeast, hops and mash, saison, porter, IPA, and much more.
Befuddled about beer ingredients? Puzzled about the brew process? Can’t remember the difference between an ale and a lager? Don’t miss the brew infographics that follow the story!
This humorous parody of a children's literature classic is a "pitcher book" for grown-ups. It's a besotted bedtime story for beer lovers everywhere!
This is the perfect nightcap.”
Pete Limbach, Carnival Technician, New Belgium Brewing Company
"This book is cute as hell. And it's about beer. Win win."
"In the music world, a cover song is only worth recording if it can top the original.
Goodnight Brew brings that same attitude to the classic children’s book. After reading you’ll wonder why anybody ever bothered with that moon business. The perfect gift for the baby-toting beer geek."
Patrick Dawson, author of
"More than just a cute parody,
Goodnight Brew shines with spectacular illustrations and captivating storytelling. The added tutorial is a very nice touch, giving the reader a wonderful introduction to the brewing process. It should be on the bookshelf of all craft beer loving parents."
Michael Bergman, Midwest MicroBrews
"A perfect piece of joy and beer-musement!"
Michael Bussmann, Social Networking Nerd, New Belgium Brewing Company
Goodnight Brew is a curious hybridlike a smoked IPA or stout brewed with strawberriesthat entertains and informs. With the wit and authority you'd expect from a bedtime story about beer, this crazy book leaves you dreaming of hops and barley while inspiring you to get to the nearest brewery and thank the creators for their hard work."
Will Siss, beer columnist and blogger at beersnobwrites.com
"You made me smile
This is an interesting and entertaining introduction to the process of craft brewing and beer styles that any novice could enjoy and take away a basic understanding of the craft behind the beer."
Banjo Bandolas, Realbeer.com & Probrewer.com
"This book easily brings out a smile and the desire to meet a hops wildebeest in his natural brewery habitat."
John Holl, editor of
All About Beer Magazine and author of
The American Craft Beer Cookbook.
If you live in Fort Collins, Colorado, you know and love Allie Ogg’s artwork. This book shares this with the rest of the craft beer community. Enjoy our treasure!”
Lauren Woods Salazar, Wood Cellar Manager & Blender, New Belgium Brewing Company
"This book bridges my childhood and my love for beer."
Jeff Eaton, Assistant Brewer, CB Potts Brewery
"Beer and brewing basics wrapped in a fun, rhyming narrative."
Steve Mastny, co-host of BeerDownload and President of the Chicago Beer Society
Goodnight Brew is not only entertaining but also informative!"
Jared Lydon, Brewer, Equinox Brewing
"Finally, a way to enjoy beer WITH my kids!"
Jesse Suchmann, Creative Director in NYC
"Not only a whimsical and humorous romp of a bedtime tale, but in the end you learn some important life lessons (about home brewing)."
"Relive your childhood with the characters of
Goodnight Brew on their brewing adventures."
D.J. Paul, Brewpublic.com
About the Author
Karla "Ann E. Briated" Oceanak is also the author of the Aldo Zelnick Comic Novel Series for children. A public speaker for childhood literacy, she has been a writer and editor for more than 20 years. Allie Ogg is an illustrator, potter and fine artist. They both live in the microbrew mecca of Fort Collins, Colorado.
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