Summer is here. Have a refreshing drink and keep growing in your knowledge of the faith. Between these two books there is something for everyone. Each of them explores knowledge of the faith with wit, and a good measure of practical hospitality.
Drinking with the Saints: The Sinners Guide to a Holy Happy Hour
by Michael Foley.
There are plenty of Catholic Cookbooks but until now there hasn’t been a Catholic Bartenders guide.This Catholic theologian will help you brush up on your mixology, the saints, and the liturgical calendar. You will find:
- Stories of over 300 saints
- A guide to beer, wine and spirits
- Toast making tips and more
Pub crawl your way through the sacred seasons with this entertaining and useful collection of cocktail recipes, distilled spirits, beer, and wine for virtually every occasion on the Catholic liturgical calendar.
One part bartender’s guide, one part spiritual manual, a dash of irreverence, and mixed with love: Drinking with the Saints is a work that both sinner and saint will savor.
The Catholic Drinkie’s Guide to Homebrew Evangelism
by Sarah Vabulas
“A priest, a blogger and a homebrewer walk into a bar…” You’ll like what happens next.
Sarah Vabulas, aka The Catholic Drinkie, beer connoisseur, home-brewer, and active Catholic young adult. She serves up a faith-filled discourse on the eclectic history of alcohol and the Church, from brewing monks to theology on tap.
Then she offers a how-to of home brewing, with plenty of recipes and tips to inspire your own home brews. With Sarah’s skill at storytelling, you’ll soon see something more than froth here: A conversation with The Catholic Drinkie is where brew meets faith.
We hope you will enjoy these two new releases perfect for the summer.