World Atlas of Beer: THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO THE BEERS OF THE WORLD Hardcover – 1 Sep 2012
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The World Atlas of Beer covers the beers of over 30 countries and includes full tasting notes for over 500 international brews - this is the definitive and essential guide for every beer lover.
About the Author
Tim Webb is renowned as a beer writer across Europe and North America. He has a particular interest in Belgian and international craft brewing and has compiled eight editions of Good Beer Guide Belgium (1992 to 2010) and co-wrote 100 Belgian Beers to Try Before You Die! (2008) and LambicLand (2004 & 2010). Tim writes for Beer Advocate Magazine (US) and is managing editor of his own niche publishing company. For six years he was on the board of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) and formerly ran their Great British Beer Festival. He lives near Cambridge, England.Stephen Beaumont is a writer and journalist who has been writing about beer for over 20 years. Based in Toronto, Canada, Stephen has written for a very wide range of publications, from the International Herald Tribune to Wine Enthusiast Magazine. He has also written, co-written or contributed to ten books. In total, Stephen authors nine regular columns for eight publications, as well as blogs at cheersonline.com and thatsthespirit.com.
Top customer reviews
It's bang up to date, reflecting the latest trends and burgeoning growth in real ales, craft beers and other brews without being judgemental on their relative merits.
As a person who has lived abroad in Germany, the USA and other countries for much of my life, I can heartily recommend this book as the best Global perspective on the ever changing World of beer I have come across.
So, if you or a significant other are interested in beer and deserve a treat, (and don't we all?), than buy this book, add a comfy chair, a beer of choice and enjoy!
At the back there's a reference section on buying, storing, pouring and generally enjoying beer, a list of beer festivals, and recommended reading/websites for the countries covered. It really is a great gift for a beer lover, including yourself. Oh, and the photos are brilliant too.
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