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By: Microbrewing  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Beer, Brewing, Malt

Ultimate Beer Guide book Australia & New Zealand.
RRP AUD$24.99, NZD$34.99.

  • 1800+ BEERS & CIDERS (LOCAL & IMPORTED).
  • COLLECTION OF WEEKEND AWAY TRAVEL ARTICLES TO 33 DESTINATIONS.
  • 200+ BREWERIES, 290 BEER BARS, 50 BOTTLESHOPS, 90 VENUE PROFILES,
  • 20 DISTILLERIES, 10 CIDER PRODUCERS.

Beer & Brewer magazine’s ULTIMATE BEER GUIDE includes a collection of weekend away travel articles to 33 destinations and lists 1800+ beers and ciders across Australia & New Zealand. All known breweries that are open to the public across Australia & New Zealand are featured, plus cider producers, distilleries, good beer venues, such as bars, restaurants and bottleshops, even homebrew shops, plus beer events and things to see and do for the family along the way!

“The love of a good beer has taken me to many strange and wonderful places and introduced me to many strange and wonderful people. May everyone who buys this Ultimate Beer Guide have as much fun as I’ve had.”

Jill Dupleix, food & travel writer, columnist SMH’s Good Living , The Age’s Epicure , delicious magazine and notable author.

“I have travelled around Australia and New Zealand extensively filming my TV show Mercurio’s Menu and am often frustrated by not knowing where all the good spots are for a boutique brew, a good feed or something fun for the family to do but now thanks to the Ultimate Beer Guide I won’t be missing out any more. This is a must have for any intrepid beer traveller, food lover or family on holiday looking for the fun, the unique, the unusual or just the best each region has to offer. Don’t leave home with out it - I don’t!”

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Ultimate Beer Guide’s 33 weekend away travel articles have been written by 26 leading beer and travel writers all over Australia and New Zealand, whom have the necessary local and professional experience required to best report on the local beer, brewing and family things to see and do in each region.

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The information in this article was current at 27 Mar 2012

Keywords: Australian Beer, Beer, Brewing, Craft Brewing, Homebrewing, Malt, Microbrewing,

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