We’re giving away a copy of Lonely Planet’s ‘Global Beer Tour’ Book!
Lonely Planet and Fieldwork Brewing invite you to pull up a stool and raise a glass as they celebrate the launch of Travel Notes, their limited edition, International IPA and Lonely Planet’s new beer tasting travel guide, Global Beer Tour.
Tuesday, June 13, 2017 | 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM | Fieldwork Brewing, Berkeley
The global beer scene has never been more exciting. There are places making beer that have never been brewing before. It’s growing in countries like Italy, Japan, Nepal and Ethiopia. There are more than 5,000 breweries in the US alone and 78% of adults of drinking age live within 10 miles of a local brewery. For many travelers, beer tasting is an essential part of experiencing a place. However, craft beer doesn’t travel all that well – a lot of great beers are never distributed beyond their home state or city.
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Featuring breweries in 32 countries across five continents, Lonely Planet’s Global Beer Tour explores the vibrant world of craft beer around the world, from San Diego to South Africa. Compiled by Lonely Planet’s community of beer-loving travel experts, Lonely Planet’s Global Beer Tour helps thirsty travelers discover the world’s most authentic and delicious brews, and recommends other local highlights, including museums, galleries, hikes and bike rides nearby.
For each country, Lonely Planet’s Global Beer Tour shares:
- How to ask for a beer in the local language
- How to say cheers
- Each beer’s signature style
- The best local bar snack
Lonely Planet’s Global Beer Tour also features lists including Top 10 weird beers, 5 great ale trails (from Detroit to New Zealand) and 10 great food and beer pairings. It also includes tried-and-tested hangover cures – like Thailand’s drunken noodles and pickle juice in Poland, to America’s prairie oyster and the UK’s bacon sandwich. From Indiana to Asheville, Portland to Hawaii, there are 36 US breweries featured in the book. With a whole world of great beer out there, Lonely Planet’s Global Beer Tour is the perfect companion on a round-the-world beer adventure.