Beer Bible

A new reference book detailing all US bottled beer brands has recently been published.

The Essential Reference of Domestic Brewers and Their Bottled Brands (DBBB) is a hard back, nearly four hundred page beer reference to index and detail all U.S. beer brewers and their bottled brands, with listings broken out alphabetically, by beer style, by geographic location, and by individual Brewery Portfolio’s.

The new book also features individual beer style descriptions, color and bitterness comparison pages, and state by state beer availability charts.

The DBBB, and the companion web site, are designed for use by beer retailers, beer wholesalers, convenience stores, supermarkets, and restaurants and beer enthusiasts.

The Brewery Portfolio section of the reference features background information about each brewery and highlights the brewer’s selected brands.

“At launch, The Essential Reference of Domestic Brewers and their Bottled Brands (DBBB) will be targeted to reach the over 35,000 U.S. retailers of beer”, states Michael Kuderka of MC Basset, LLC, the publisher of the resource, “and it should be a valuable tool for the retailer, when you consider that 89% of the retailers we surveyed told us that they were looking for new brands of beer”.

“Our goal from the beginning has been to produce one nationally recognized reference of all domestic breweries and their bottled brands. For the beer producer, we believe that the (DBBB) will be a means for enabling market demand, through beer education and brand awareness building, ” concluded Kuderka.

The Essential Reference of Domestic Brewers and Their Bottled Brands can be purchased by going to the DBBB web site at . Each book purchase also provides one year of access to the on-line companion to the hard cover book. The on-line site is updated monthly.