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The Geography of Beer

Culture and Economics

  • Nancy Hoalst-Pullen
  • Mark W. Patterson
Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Mark W. Patterson, Nancy Hoalst-Pullen
    Pages 1-3
  3. Culture

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 5-5
    2. Martyn Cornell
      Pages 7-22
    3. Bartosz Wojtyra, Łukasz Grudzień, Jan Lichota
      Pages 47-65
    4. April A. Watson, Erin T. Broemel
      Pages 67-85
    5. Colleen C. Myles, Paepin D. Goff, Delorean Wiley, Alexander Savelyev
      Pages 87-100
  4. Economics

  5. Back Matter
    Pages 215-216

About this book

Introduction

This book builds on the highly successful Geography of Beer: Regions, Environment, and Society (2014) and investigates the geography of beer from two expanded perspectives: culture and economics. The respective chapters provide case studies that illustrate various aspects of these themes. As the beer industry continues to reinvent itself and its economic and cultural geographies, this book showcases historical, current, and future trends at the local, regional, national, and international scales.

Keywords

Beer Microbreweries Beer policies Economics of beer industry Beer culture Beers around the world Craft breweries Local beer markets

Editors and affiliations

  • Nancy Hoalst-Pullen
    • 1
  • Mark W. Patterson
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of Geography and AnthropologyKennesaw State UniversityKennesawUSA
  2. 2.Department of Geography and AnthropologyKennesaw State UniversityKennesawUSA

About the editors

Nancy Hoalst Pullen is a Professor of Geography and Geographic Information Sciences at Kennesaw State University. Holding a Ph.D. in Geography from the University of Colorado at Boulder, she is the Editor-In-Chief of the journal Applied Geography, and has co-edited (with Mark W. Patterson) several books including Geotechnologies in Environmental Management (2010), The Geography of Beer: Regions, Environment and Societies (2014), and Urban Sustainability: Policy and Praxis (2016) (with Jay Gatrell and Ryan Jensen); further, she co-authored the National Geographic Atlas of Beer (2017). Nancy’s favorite beer is a Flanders Red, served at cellar temperature.  

Mark Patterson is a Professor of Geography at Kennesaw State University. Holding a Ph.D. in Geography from the University of Arizona, Mark has (co-)authored several publications on geospatial technology applications for environmental management and sustainability. In addition, he has co-authored numerous papers, chapters, and books on beer geographies, including the National Geographic Atlas of Beer (2017). Mark’s favorite beer is the one in his glass.

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