Over the last several years, John Holl has written four books and contributed to four others. Read below for a description of each as well as links to purchase online. If you are interested in a personalized signed copy, please contact John directly by clicking here.
By John Holl
New Jersey native John Holl searched from Sussex County to Cape May to find the best recipes New Jersey has to offer, and the result is this rich and unique cookbook celebrating the foods, flavors, cultures, and traditions of the Garden State. These 150 recipes include dishes featuring New Jersey’s own produce -- tomatoes, corn, cranberries, blueberries, apples -- along with deep-fried boardwalk treats, late-night diner bites, and recipes contributed by casinos, bison and dairy farms, food trucks, old-school delis, famous bakeries, and more. Beautifully photographed, this collection is the ultimate tribute to New Jersey’s best.
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By John Holl
John Holl, an enthusiast who believes that there’s a perfect beer for every meal, conducts an exciting tour of delicious food designed to eat with fine craft beer. Thinking beyond standard burgers and nachos, talented brewpub chefs offer pairings such as Pistachio-Crusted Salmon Sandwiches served with a bright hefeweizen, and Curried Pumpkin Chicken Soup paired with — what else? — a pumpkin stout. Craft beer never tasted so good.
For media inquires regarding The American Craft Beer Cookbook please contact Sarah Armour, Senior Publicist for Storey Publishing, sarah.armour [at] storey [dot] com
Looking for someone to host a beer dinner, event, or present a lecture? John Holl is available for events and speaking engagements. Please contact the Workman Speaker’s Bureau at SpeakersBureau [at] workman [dot] com
By John Holl & April Darcy
“Just as the Pilgrim fathers brewed their first batches of beer in Massachusetts, so too were Massachusetts brewing pioneers in the forefront of the craft brewing revolution. With this guidebook in hand, you can embark on a rich treasure trail reflecting the true state of American craft brewing in the early twenty-first century.” –Tony Forder, Publisher, Ale Street News
By John Holl & Nate Schweber
“The Hoosier State has a new underdog story to tell. Thanks to craft beer made by standout breweries and brewpubs, Indiana is quickly rising through beerdom’s ranks. In this book, John Holl and Nate Schweber canvass the state leaving a trail of breadcrumbs that anyone interested in learning the charms of Indiana beer can now follow.” –Nick Kaye, Managing Editor, The Beer Connoisseur Magazine
Edited by Barbara Ireland with contributions from John Holl