This handy pocket-sized book is a celebration of 30 of the city s finest pubs. It s a real double, too a tourist handbook and historical food and drink guide in one ideal for visitors from other parts of the UK and abroad. Written in an entertaining and knowledgeable way by award-winning journalist Mike Chapple. The book comes with a real value-for-money incentive a half-price voucher for the Liverpool-based sponsors Cain s Brewery tour which includes a buffet and two free drinks. Something to celebrate. The best way of discovering the drinking delights of a European Capital of Culture Liverpool. The Pub Crawl is a British tradition and this meticulously researched guide book offers a step-by-step tour taking in 30 of Liverpool s best pubs with lavish photos of pub interiors and exteriors; other places of interests en route such as the stunning architecture and all directions featured on detailed, easy-to-read maps. You certainly won t need a compass. It s a competitively-priced drinking companion and published during a golden year in the citys 800 year history. And the great advantages of living in Liverpool is that there is so much history and so much to soak in all located in a relatively small area of land. Its often debated that there is more heritage and history per square inch in Liverpool city centre than anywhere in the UK and all of it within walking distance, so there s need for cars, taxis or public transport. This book takes in historic alehouses and offers a mouthwatering journey to discover one of the worlds most significant cities in terms of culture, heritage and leisure with some fantastic vistas and, of course, bevvies to be had as Scousers say.