Good Beer Guide Belgium
By Tim Webb & Joe Stange
£17.49 including P&P to UK mainland.
"Undoubtedly the best book on its subject on the market"
Rough Guide to Belgium & Luxembourg
The iconic guide to the world-renowned home of serious beers. Completely revised and updated, this is the indispensable work for all Belgian beer lovers, even in Belgium itself.
Current edition: 8th Edition 2018 (signed by both authors)
Published by: CAMRA Books
Tim Webb has been stoking the craft beer revolution since before those words were coined. The author (with Stephen Beaumont) of The World Atlas of Beer and The Pocket Beer Book, as well as every edition of this book, his writing and opinions about beer are respected around the world.
Joe Stange is a freelance journalist based in Berlin. A former newsman with the Associated Press, his work has appeared in the New York Times, Draft magazine, Craft Beer & Brewing, Belgian Beer & Food and All About Beer, among others. He is author of Around Brussels in 80 Beers, and this is his second edition of CAMRA'S Belgian guide.
The definitive, totally independent guide to one of the world’s top beer nations, the Good Beer Guide Belgium is CAMRA’s essential guide to the beers of Belgium, the brewers who make them, and where to enjoy them, both in Belgium and around the world.
This eighth edition is fully revised and updated, guiding you to the very best places to drink Belgian beer – from cosy cafés to specialist beer bars, and from brewery taps to world-renowned beer festivals.
Whether you are travelling by train, bicycle, car or armchair, it will takes you to:
- Over 1000 beers form more than 245 breweries and blenders
- 800 hand-picked cafés, bars, beer shops and bistros
- The best festivals, brewery tours and museums of brewing
- In-the-know travel advice for the independent tourist
- The best places to find Belgian beer around the world