The Lager Queen of Minnesota

The Lager Queen of Minnesota

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Book Description

She single-handedly created the light beer revolution A Delightfully Funny Tale of Family, Pie and Beer.Stradal has crafted a group of characters that you will fall in love with.

Reader Reviews
  • User imageDiz-Zaebiz


    Yet back in town, settled into their recently redecorated house, the MacAllister family seems as solid as Gibraltar. Auch ein Pechvogel findet mal ein Korn We follow Edith, Helen, and Diana across decades through success and hardship that eventually lead them together. Entfesselt An absolutely delightful read, perfect for a summer day with a good beer and a piece of pie.Ryan Stradal won my heart with the novel Kitchens of the Great Midwest by weaving together a story of family, tragedy, strength, and food. They have both faced struggles in their lives and fought to overcome them.
  • User imageddvhouse

    The Lager Queen of Minnesota by J. Ryan Stradal

    For Edith, a woman in her mid-sixties, working at a nursing home, pie-making has become her undeclared passion. Mordsviecher / Kommissarin Irmi Mangold Bd.4 She just faces each challenge and forges ahead. Collection Baccara Bd.397 Even when she does finally do something for herself she has no expectation that anything will come of it or that she deserves any recognition.This necessitated Edith and Stanley moving out of their apartment of forty years, but they took the plunge. As the book begins we find the older sister Edith working in a local nursing home making pies.
  • User imageAtrika

    The Lager Queen of Minnesota: A Novel: Stradal, J. Ryan

    Told using flashbacks and multiple points of view. Collection Baccara Band 343 - Titel 1: In den Handen des Milliardars Helen uses her daring, yet sensible, personality to build a successful brewery. Ein geschenkter Tag The day Helen tells Edith that their dad left everything to her, is the day that Helen and Edith stopped talking to each other.Beyond that hiccup, this a story that strongly evokes a time and place in a way that kept me reading. I received an ARC of this book from the publisher and Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.
  • User imagemirtabaka

    Review: 'The Lager Queen of Minnesota,' by J. Ryan Stradal

    I found the first half of the book a little slow as it sets up the lives of Helen and Edith. Wie das Schweinchen Prinzessin Prunella das Lachen lernte Plus, the woman can make pie. Winterwundertage Elder sister Edith comes across as an archetype of Midwestern sense and sensibility: modest, hard-working, self-deprecating, stoic and just a bit too straight-laced to enjoy life to the fullest.This story touched my heart, and I will long remember the strength, survival instinct and resiliency of one Edith Magnusson. Beer should be paired with the right food, and this book should be paired with the right mood.