Good Beer Guide Belgium 7th edition (2014)
New 7th edition, yet to be officially released in the USA. The definitive guide to Belgian beer and beer travel! Ships promptly from Minnesota!
By Tim Webb/Joe Stange
The definitive, totally independent guide to understanding and finding the best that Belgian brewing has to offer – from beer festivals to cosy cafés, upmarket restaurants to brewery tours. The Guide is an essential companion for any visit to Belgium or for seeking out Belgian beer around the world.
Whether you are travelling by train, bicycle, car or armchair, it will takes you to:
- Over 900 beers form more than 200 breweries
- 530 hand-picked cafés, bars, beer shops and bistros
- The best festivals, brewery tours and museums of brewing
- In-the-know travel advice for the independent tourist
- Tips for drinking Belgian beer around the world
Current edition: 7th Edition 2014
Published by: CAMRA Books
Tim Webb has penned all seven editions of CAMRA’s guide to the beers of Belgium, since it first appeared in 1992. He has become one of the world’s best known beer writers, his World Atlas of Beer and Pocket Beer Book, co-authored with Stephen Beaumont, appearing in more than a dozen editions worldwide. He also co-wrote 100 Belgian Beers to Try Before You Die! and Lambicland. He lives near Cambridge, UK, where the flat terrain suits his cycling limitations.
Joe Stange is a freelance journalist whose words and photos have appeared in the New York Times, Draft Magazine and All About Beer, among others. He began as an Associated Press newsman and eventually graduated to trailing spouse, winding up in exotic places like Costa Rica and Uccle. He co-wrote Around Brussels in 80 Beers and nurses a fetish for that city. His two children can discuss beer in four languages, so far.