I’m not a beer guy. Actually, I despise the taste of alcohol and I’ve never been drunk in my life. However, I can’t say the same for my friends and family members. I know plenty of people who, when they travel, love sipping local beer and drinks. If you’re one of them—or know one—then consider getting Lonely Planet‘s “Global Beer Tour,” the ultimate beer tasting travel guide. It just came out today!
The timing is great since beer tourism is on the rise and the global beer scene has never been more exciting. It’s growing in countries like Italy and Japan, and 78% of adults of drinking age in the US live within 10 miles of a local brewery.
The book features breweries in 32 countries across five continents and explores the vibrant world of craft beer from San Diego to South Africa. It also shares how to experience each place and features lists like the top 10 weird beers, 10 great food and peer pairings, the best beer cities in the US, and more. From Indiana to Asheville, Portland to Hawaii, there are 36 US breweries featured in the book.
Grab it: Grab a copy of Lonely Planet‘s “Global Beer Tour” on Amazon from $12.18.
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