Recommended reading in the Rough Guide to Belgium, this guide to breweries, beers, and bars is acknowledged as the standard work for Belgian beer lovers, even in Belgium itself
Building on 20 years of research, this is not just a beer guide, but a side door into the culture of a nation. Information for tourists traveling to one of the great beer nations includes comprehensive advice on getting there, being there, what to eat, where to stay, and how to bring beers back home. Tourists are guided to more than 600 quirky beer cafés of every style and genre, and also given background history and an insight into all of Belgium's eccentricities. Full-color throughout with both province-by-province and city maps, this guide is suitable for both leisure and business travelers, as well as for armchair drinkers looking to enjoy a selection of Belgian brews from their local beer store.
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About the Author
Tim Webb has been a professional beer writer for more than 20 years. He is the author of 100 Belgian Beers to Try Before You Die! and The World Atlas of Beer. Joe Strange is a freelance writer and editor who has contributed to a variety of magazines, specializing in Belgian ales, Brussels, North and Latin American craft beer, and beer travel in general. He is the author of Around Brussels in 80 Beers.