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Pete Brown (writer)

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Pete Brown (born 1968) is an English writer who has written extensively on the subject of beer and drinking cultures around the world. He has written twelve books; Man Walks Into a Pub, Three Sheets to the Wind, Hops and Glory, Shakespeare's Local, World's Best Cider, The Pub, Miracle Brew, The Apple Orchard, Pie Fidelity, Craft: An Argument, Beer By Design: The Art of Good Beer Branding, and Clubland: How the Working Men's Club Shaped Britain . Brown, who was born in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, lives in London. Career Brown attended the University of St Andrews. He spent the early part of his career in advertising, including writing strategy for Stella Artois and Heineken, before writing his debut book Man Walks Into a Pub in 2003, a history of drink and drinking. His second effort, Three Sheets to the Wind, was published in 2006 and explores the differences and similarities in drinking cultures around the world. Brown travelled 45,000 miles and visited 13 countries researchi
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