Having a beer experience, one city at a time
The essential pocket guide to European beer travel, this book features over 30 destinations, all easily accessible from the UK for short break travel. Each featured city includes a review of the city, with selected tourist highlights, food recommendations, itineraries for first-time visitors, accommodation and travel options, followed by 5-9 recommended beer bars, cafes and brewery taps where the reader can experience the best of each city’s burgeoning beer scene.
Find places to go, people to meet and beers to drink across the whole of Europe
Home & Away
Covering over 30 destinations in Europe this book also looks at a couple of breaks closer to home with Britstol and Edinburgh also included.
Tips for Travelling
Beer writer and beer traveller Tim Webb gives details of places to stay, means of travel and some handy tips on how to make the most of your stay and enjoy the beer scene on offer without breaking the bank.
Finishing work at lunchtime on Friday and heading off to the airport; fretting in the queue and getting frustrated by small delays; arriving at your destination late and settling for necking a few average beers in triple time in the wrong bar; having to squeeze more places into Saturday and drinking too much; feeling battered on Sunday morning and tolerating lunch, before hitting the Sunday evening airport queues for a regular Monday start is not a great travel experience. So, whenever possible, stretch your timetable a little. Take the slower route. Sift the must-dos from the might-dos. Enjoy the journey as much as the destination. Turn a bash into an experience; you will love it far more.
Over 30 European destinations
Discover more about the familiar and experience the new with clear guides on where to go, stay, and how to get there.
Beer breaks -Intro Video
Top Sites to See
With 8 editions of the Good Beer Guide Belgium under his belt it is no surprise that this one tops the list.
An Estonian jewell, with a unique mix of northern, eastern and central European elements.
3. Tel Aviv
Surely Israel is not in Europe? Israel is trying very hard to be first world with around 30 real breweries making recognisable craft beers.
Exciting places to visit