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How Beer Saved the World 2 - How Beer Saved the World - cover

How Beer Saved the World 2 - How Beer Saved the World

M.H. Bonham, Margaret McGaffey Fish, Ru Emerson, Joyce Reynolds-Ward, Blaze Ward, Esther Jones, Irene Radford, Frog Jones, Bruce Taylor, G. David Nordley, Manny Frishberg, Frank Sawielijew, Lionel Ray Green, Ken MacGregor, Anton Kukal

Publisher: Sky Warrior Book Publishing, LLC

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What's better than beer? More beer! In ages past, the greatest anthology ever to be drunkenly conceived next to a campfire burst forth onto the genre fiction scene by storm. Now, just as the hangover has begun to settle and the coffee has begun to kick in, the time for the Hair of the Dog is upon us. 
 
Grab a pint, open your books, and prepare for another great time of barley, hops, and genre fiction.

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