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A Visual Guide to Drink

Ranking8824inEssen und Trinken
BookHardcover
204 pages
English
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Cover Text'Ambitious, cataloguing everything from the wine, regions and grape varieties of France, to the flavour profiles of popular tequila cocktails' The Times
A extraordinary and fascinating cornucopia of beautifully designed facts, charts, maps, diagrams, labels and details concerning the world of booze, which is sure to delight anyone who wants to know more about the history, origins and provenance of the drink in their glass or bottle. Bottoms up!
What do the 9 different varieties of bottle opener look like?
Which country in the world has the largest consumption of wine per head?
Which famous people have their own brands of wine, beer and spirits?
From varieties to vessels, and even the cocktails of choice in film and literature, A Visual Guide to Drink offers a wealth of fascinatingly illustrated facts for novice drinkers and aficionados alike.
From the meticulous minds at Pop Chart Lab comes a comprehensive infographic investigation into the world of beer, wine and spirits. Beautiful and insightful, there are facts and data to inspire, delight and confound, whatever your tipple.
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ISBN/GTIN978-0-7181-8495-7
Product TypeBook
BindingHardcover
Publisher
Publishing year2016
Publishing date01/07/2016
Pages204 pages
LanguageEnglish
SizeWidth 258 mm, Height 285 mm, Thickness 22 mm
Weight1155 g
Article no.25149765
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Content/Review

CritiqueFrom varieties to vessels, and even the cocktails of choice in film and literature, A Visual Guide to Drink offers a wealth of fascinatingly illustrated facts for novice drinkers and aficionados alike. Beautiful and functional with clean, elegant designs, this book covers every aspect of this much-loved pastime. from the publisher's description

Author

Gibson, Ben
Pop Chart Lab began as a side project of Gotham editor Patrick Mulligan and Penguin designer Ben Gibson. Using Patrick's editorial background and Ben's design expertise, the two began collaborating on charting pop culture touchstones and selling them as posters. Today Pop Chart Lab has grown into a team of 15 employees and continues to assemble, sift and arrange massive amounts of cultural data into meaningful works of art.