Beer lovers' guide to World Cup cities

By Iain O'Neil

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Beer lovers' guide to World Cup cities
Beer lovers who are lucky enough to be heading to Germany to watch England in the World Cup might want to pocket CAMRA's latest book as a travel...

Beer lovers who are lucky enough to be heading to Germany to watch England in the World Cup might want to pocket CAMRA's latest book as a travel companion.

The 'Good Beer Guide Germany' covers all the cities that England will play in - even if they make it to the final.

Author Steve Thomas has devoted four years to building up an intimate knowledge of more than 1,250 breweries, around 2000 pubs and 7,500 beers from all four corners of Germany.

Steve said: "This book is the result of my own exhaustive research into Germany and its beers that began as a simple hobby. As time went by the amount of data I amassed continued to increase inexorably and I realised that fellow fans of Germany and its brewing industry would find the information extremely useful.

"When I began the book I had no idea the next World Cup would be held in Germany, but any fan of football who appreciates a pure beer of almost unequalled quality will need a copy of this guide."

Good Beer Guide Germany is available from all good book shops or direct from CAMRA priced £16.99. Call 01727 867201 or visit www.camra.org.uk/books

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