“Gives very valuable information to the prospective beer connoisseur. I’ve found my new drinking buddy, and it’s only 200 pages long.”
Experience the city's beer-loving spirit first-hand.
(U.S. News & World Report
If you don't live or regularly travel to the Pacific Northwest, watch out. You'll be itching to toss this book into a bag and board a flight.
With interesting facts and insider tips.
This comprehensive coverage of our ever-expanding corner of Beervana focuses on all the best of the best.
Morrison employs an entertaining, readable style that imparts a lot of information to the reader without becoming repetitive or stale.
(The Vancouver Sun
A well-written and entertaining travel guide to the best breweries and pubs in this region.
Will pique your beery interest for years to come, yet is slim enough to slip into your travel bag.
I will need to buy several copies as I am going to wear them out as I use them as my new “where do we go next?” guide in the Pacific Northwest.
A real winner.
“This book offers 18 pubcrawls … grab it, get to Portland, or Seattle, or Vancouver and start wandering.”
(Portland Book Review
“This book is the ultimate guide for locals looking to have a perfect time enjoying the craft beers of the Pacific Northwest.”
About the Author
Lisa Morrison, also known as The Beer Goddess, is host and producer of “Beer O’Clock!,” the Pacific Northwest’s only weekly, hour-long commercial radio show devoted to craft beer. Lisa is a regular columnist for the nationally distributed publications Beer Advocate and Celebrator Beer News and is the first and only female contributor to “Beer Talk” in the national magazine, All About Beer.
Lisa was chosen as one of the three original recipients — and the first female recipient — of the national Beer Journalism Awards, presented by the Brewers Association, for a column she wrote about the benefits and traditions of serving beer instead of wine at the Thanksgiving table.
When she is not writing or talking about beer, Lisa and her husband, Mark, enjoy traveling with their Samoyed dog, Yeti — if for no other reason than to be reminded that there's "no better beer than here."