You don't need to globe trek to appreciate the suggestions in this guide — you may find many of the locations in your own backyard. From Alabama to Zimbabwe, sprawling five continents, regional beer experts give you the insider tips on what to drink for your next cold one — and where to do it! Bonus: this handsome guidebook filled with beautiful photography will fit nicely on your coffee table — or bar for that matter! Recommended By Kate L., Powells.com
Synopses & Reviews
What is the most unforgettable place you’ve ever taken a refreshing sip of a cold beer? In Fifty Places to Drink Beer Before You Die, Chris Santella explores the best destinations to crack open a cold one, reflect on the day, and take in the scenery. The book features the world’s top locations for imbibing, from beautiful landscapes to beer festivals, breweries, classic drinking establishments, and brand-new, under-the-radar spots. With a mix of national and international places to visit — Asheville, Denver, Prague, Munich, Vienna, and more — as well as firsthand accounts from contributors such as Jim Koch (founder of Boston Brewing Company/ Samuel Adams) and Joe Wiebe (author of CraftBeer Revolution), this book will make you want to trek to each must-see destination. Packed with beautiful, vibrant photographs that bring each locale to life, Fifty Places to Drink Beer Before You Die will leave you craving barley and hops and eagerly planning your next trip.
About the Author
Chris Santella is a regular contributor to the New York Times, the Washington Post, and Trout. His work has also appeared in The New Yorker, Travel + Leisure, and the Wall Street Journal. Santella is the author of 12 other titles in the Fifty Places series, as well as Fifty Favorite Fly-Fishing Tales, Why I Fly Fish, The Tug is the Drug and Cat Wars (with Dr. Peter Marra).