The Great American Ale Trail Revised Edition

A newly minted craft brewer, I traveled to Europe frequently, and when I told people that I was an American brewer, the scorn was palpable. Yes, we've heard of your American beer, they sneered. I protested that Americans were making ...

The Great American Ale Trail  Revised Edition

Author: Christian DeBenedetti

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0762461020

Page: 432

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The Great American Ale Trail is your definitive, state-by-state guide to the best places to drink craft beer. First published in 2011, The Great American Ale Trail is the most discriminating and thorough guide to the best watering holes in the nation. This newly revised edition features fully updated listings and 150 new entries -- a total of more than 500 noteworthy breweries, beer bars, restaurants, festivals, and bottle shops -- making it the essential guide for beer pilgrims everywhere. Every entry features the "must-try" beer of the establishment as well as notes on its ambience, patrons, and history -- plus contact information to get you there easily. Whether you choose a mom-and-pop brewery or a gastropub with a quirky ambience, Whether you prefer a crisp lager, resinous IPA, roasty stout, or funky farmhouse ale, The Great American Ale Trail is still the best source to answer that age-old question: Where do I get a beer around here?

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