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Trouble Brewing in the Loire

Trouble Brewing in the Loire

Author(s): Tommy Barnes

Location(s): Braslou (Indre-et-Loire)

Genre(s): Autobiography/Memoirs

Era(s): Turn of the 2020s



(The Braslou Biere Chronicles #2) 

Burt, the hound of Beelzebub, has risen from the dead, Gadget the miniature horse has moved into the kitchen and Tommy has decided to expand his beer business, and on the advice of his wife Rose, is thinking about distilling gin, what can possibly go wrong? With Brexit looming, a second baby on the way, and sales of IPA beer plummeting, trouble is brewing in the Loire. Shortlisted for the Fortnum \x26 Mason Food and Drink Awards 2019, Tommy Barnes\x27 first book, A Beer in the Loire, told the tale of a year lurching from disaster to disaster as attempted to escape the rat race by starting a brewery in one of the finest wine\-producing regions on the planet.

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Author: Tina Hartas

This is no. 2 in the Braslou Bière Chronicles (and if you haven’t read no. 1 – A Bière in the Loire – the author exhorts and cajoles you throughout to pick it up...

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