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Lives in my car so I can always find a good pint or two (or was it 7,8? Can't remember!)Published 21 months ago by Neil_Brock
An excellent reference guide! It does, however, demonstrate the changes in the brewing trade. Most of the iconic names of British brewing have either disappeared or become mere... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Wildman
If you like real ale, you need this book. End of. CAMRA are my heroes too, bravely fighting for good beer across the decades. Read morePublished on 28 Jun. 2013 by London Lass
Some of the pubs may be dingy but the beer they serve is excellent and varied.
One of two serious bibles for the pub and beer enthusiast. The other is the Good Pub Guide
Priceless reference information about the beers their taste flavours ,pubs,and breweries and histories etc Seems brighter and bigger than everPublished on 1 Mar. 2013 by Reggie P
Bought as a gift, but it was very well received and is used regularly.
It looks well organised and I appreciate the handy key symbols.
Very useful when travelling around the country and needing places to stay/ eat. We had some fantastic weekends away staying at 'Good Beer Guide' pubs and were able to recommend... Read morePublished on 28 Dec. 2012 by mayoman
The usual dependable and indispensable annual guide to beers . The best bit for me is the rear section on beers and breweries. Don`t leave home without it !!!!Published on 19 Dec. 2012 by Mr. D. G. Morgan