This book does exactly what it says on the cover. A guide to GOOD beer - and it's also a guide to the BAD beer so you're not left wondering. Brewers, individual beers, how beer is made, and Belgian beer styles are all covered in this book and there's a great province-by-province section on the best beer bars and restaurants to visit. Maps and good photographs, not only of the beer, give a real flavour of the country as does the guide to food in the early part of the book. Towards the end, there's a guide to the best take-home beer shops in Belgium, and places to buy Belgian beer in Britain, which is useful for those of us who can't travel all that often. There are other sections, about travelling to Belgium, accommodation and getting around, the culture(s) and a brief history of Belgium and articles on various aspects of craft brewing, by the brewers themselves. A great "dip-into" book, very entertaining but which also manages to impart a lot of knowledge and information without being pompous, snobbish or obscure. I'd recommend it to any real ale fan.