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Good Beer Guide Belgium Paperback – October 1, 2009
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From the supermarket to the cafe to the brewery tour, this volume is an indispensable guide to enjoying the hundreds of delicious beers Belgium has to offer!
This book goes farther than ale: it has the best short essay I have found (after a lot of looking) on Belgian food, places to stay and historic and cultural sights as well as the expected focus on beer tourism. Beers/ales are rated on a one to five scale and flavors are described, there is a focus on independent brewers (the ones that spend more money on ingredients and take more time to "get it right") but mass-market brewers are not neglected. Art work shows Belgium at its scenic best and focuses on each beer/ale served in its eye-catching special glass and stored in its colorfully labelled bottle. All photography is high quality, as is Tim Webb's writing.
I am not a beer fanatic but I am a fan of CAMRA, their philosophy of what makes "real ale" and of their guide books. Last year's month in England was much-improved by their guide to British real ale and the pubs that serve it. I found great food, great drink and great architecture with its help.Read more ›
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Essential for a Belgian beer trip, also made friends wherever we went because everyone else had the book. This was my bible for my trip.Published on November 19, 2013 by Laura C. Stradford
We visited Belgium for the first time last year and were very glad to have this book with us. We went to 4 of the recommended pubs/restaurants/breweries in Brussels, Bruges, and... Read morePublished on February 25, 2013 by A reader