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Good Beer Guide 2004 2004 Paperback – 19 Sep 2003
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The best place to find good pubs and good beer. The Good Beer Guide is more than just a pub guide. Britain?s longest-running and best-selling guide contains Britain?s best pubs for real ale. But for beer lovers it also gives up-to-date information on the country?s beers and breweries. It?s compiled by 69,000 dedicated volunteers in the Campaign for Real Ale.
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Britains best-selling annual pub guide, provides full details the outstanding pubs serving real ale in the UK.
The beer lovers bible includes information about pubs in villages, towns and cities throughout the country and, to help you track them down, it also provides location maps, public transport information and telephone numbers. CAMRA members check the pubs listed in the guide many times throughout the year and tell you exactly what each pub is like in this unique guide.
One of the Guardian's Books of the Year 2002
*4,500 of the best real ale pubs in England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, Isle of Man and the Channel Islands.
*Pubs in towns, cities and countryside: the only guide to list thousands of urban pubs.
*Every pub a full entry with information on food, history, and facilities for families and children, as well as accommodation.
*Every pub inspected regularly by CAMRA members. No fees charged for selection.
*For the first time, post codes to help you find the pubs. Plus information on trains, Underground, Metro and buses.
*The Good Beer Guide's unique listing of all real ale breweries and their beers, including tasting notes. Organic beers and beer suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
*Top food writer Fiona Beckett matches beer with food.
*Martyn Cornell describes how the 'experts' play down real ale's share of the beer market.
'CAMRAs defence of time-consuming, careful, small-scale methods of beer production is in perfect tune with the organic and real food movements.' -- David Horspool reviewing the 2003 Guide in the Guardian.
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