Will the Beer Guru Become the World's Most Popular Spiritual Leader?

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The Beer Guru is a fictitious character and a lot of fun. His teachings feature in The Beer Guru's Guide (available on Amazon and other good book sites) and provide a hilarious path of enlightenment for men who thirst for mystical experiences and the infinite wisdom occasionally bestowed upon the drinkers of the sacred brew.

The subjects of beer and spirituality don't naturally go together. But in this instance, threaded together with liberal humour, they are a winning combination.

The more you read, the more the notion of sacred beer becomes a totally believable proposition.

The book actually contains a lot of fascinating facts about the origins and history of beer as a holy brew. Throughout most of Europe it was originally brewed in monasteries and abbeys. As the Beer Guru says, " Heavenly drinks as well as some lethal concoctions, were traditionally brewed by men of god in places of divine reverence." There is even an ancient Tibetan tradition of brewing and drinking the beer of enlightenment, upon which the Beer Guru's teachings may be loosely based.

The quest for the Holy Ale, or Beer of Enlightenment is what this book is all about.

The Beer Guru's Guide is liberally scattered with the Beer Guru's words of wisdom.
" If God is omnipresent, he is in your beer. "
" After just one bottle, I remembered several previous lives"
"Reincarnate and come back for another."
" After 18 hours of Tantric Sex, you'll need a beer."

And like most new-age guru's he has an ego the size of a mountain. His personal ambition is to become the world's most influential spiritual leader. Who knows, if he gains enough of a cult following, he might just manage it.

Structured as a spoof mind/body/spirit new age book, it has the kind of humour that will appeal to beer drinkers and the mystically inclined alike.

And it'll make a great christmas present for men.

Check it out, along with the Beer Guru's latest blogs, on http://www.thebeerguru.com

For further information, contact
UK Publisher; Souvenir Press; 00 44 2075809307
Author; Chris Street; starman144 @ hotmail.com


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