Good Beer Guide 2010Paperback Good Beer Guide
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- Publisher: CAMRA BOOKS
- Format: Paperback | 880 pages
- Dimensions: 138mm x 226mm x 38mm | 880g
- Publication date: 1 May 2010
- Publication City/Country: St Albans
- ISBN 10: 185249266X
- ISBN 13: 9781852492663
- Illustrations note: col. ill
- Sales rank: 85,492
This is Britain's best-selling pub guide. Now in its 37th year, the "Good Beer Guide" is fully revised and updated each year. Along with reviews and information on 4,500 recommended pubs, the Guide has a unique 'Breweries Section' which lists all the breweries - micro, regional and national - that produce real ale in the UK, and the beers that they brew. Tasting notes for the beers, compiled by CAMRA-trained tasting teams, are also included. "The Good Beer Guide" is more than just a pub guide - it is the complete book for beer lovers.
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Roger Protz is a campaigner, broadcaster and author of more than 25 ground-breaking books about beer, pubs and brewing. He appears regularly on radio and TV and contributes to the Guardian, the Morning Advertiser, CAMRA's award-winning magazine Beer and members' newspaper What's Brewing and the website www.beer-pages.com. Twice winner of the Glenfiddich Drink Writer of the Year Award, in 2004 Roger won a Lifetime Achievement Award from the British Guild of Beer Writers.
"The definitive rundown of the best places in the UK to get a pint of real ale, from cosy country inns to upmarket style bars" - Time Out magazine."