By Pete Brown
Meet Pete Brown: beer jounalist, beer drinker and writer of an irreverent publication approximately British beer, Man Walks right into a Pub.
One day, Pete's global is rocked whilst he discovers a number of nations produce, eat and rejoice beer way over we do. The Germans declare they make the simplest beer on the planet, the Australians think of its intake a patriotic responsibility, the Spanish regard lager as a classy formative years drink and the japanese have equipped a skyscrapter within the form of a foaming glass in their favorite brew. At domestic, in the meantime, humans appear to be turning their again at the nice British pint. What's occurring? evidently, the single strategy to discover used to be to at the largest pub move slowly ever.
Drinking in additional than 300 bars, in twenty-seven cities, in 13 varied nations, on 4 varied continents, Pete places on a stone in weight and does irrecoverable harm to his overall healthiness within the pursuit of saloon-bar enlightenment.
'A superb booklet. . . the precise tone paintings in this social drug requires.' The Times
'Over three hundred bars later and the fellow nonetheless manages to make you laugh.' day-by-day Mirror
'Carlsberg don't submit books. but when they did, they'd most likely get a hold of 3 Sheets to the Wind...' Metro
'A marvellous e-book that is as enlightening in regards to the nations he visited as any commute guide.' event journal