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The praising songs that the best poets have dedicated to beer, the oldest beverage in the history of civilization, the most meaningful and dignified invention of mankind, are manifold, almost unmanageable. Unmanageable, even unspeakably diverse is the everyday poetry itself, which the convivial promoter beer inspires. The Poetry of Beer is devoted to the beautiful aspects and remote corners of the beer cosmos. The book undertakes excursions to Franconian bock beer paradises, to beer provinces and to the centers of inns, tells of regulars' table conversations and enormously confused beer discourses. It also clarifies what the phrase "Let's have a beer" is all about. The appendix of this volume is filled to the brim with hop-filled stories, beerological studies, drunken dialogs and sharp glosses.
The author Jürgen Roth, born in 1968, lives as an author in Frankfurt am Main and is one of the greater connoisseurs of beer and soccer to be found in Germany.