Going to Europe? You need the Good Beer Guide Books

on 07/09/10 at 12:18 am


Editorial review: The Good Beer Guide is the comprehensive resource of the UK’s best pubs—from sophisticated city bars to cozy country inns there is a pub for everyone in this indispensable book. The pubs are all regularly surveyed by CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) members so you can rely on this being the most up-to-date and well vetted of all pub guides. In it, the best pubs to visit in towns, cities, and the countryside throughout the UK are presented. For each of the more than 4,500 pub entries there are full details of real ale served, as well as information on food, entertainment, suitability of facilities for families, disabled access, history, and architecture. The guide also contains a unique expanded Breweries Section which lists every brewery—micro, regional, and national—that produces cask beer in the UK, along with tasting notes.

If you’re going elsewhere, there are a series of Good Beer Guides for other European countries and one for the West Coast USA.…among others.{More guides}