300 More Beers to Try Before You Die!

Thirsty for MORE? CAMRA presents another 300 beers worth searching for from around the world.

Published September 2013

when he recommends a beer, it’s advice worth following.‘ Jeff Evans, Inside Beer

Roger Protz is a campaigner, broadcaster and the author of over 25 books about beer and brewing, including 300 Beers to Try Before You Die! He appears regularly on radio and TV and contributes to the Guardian and the Publican’s Morning Advertiser. In 2015, Roger gained a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA)

 

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About The Author

Roger Protz

Roger Protz

ROGER PROTZ is a campaigner and broadcaster and the author of more than 25 books about beer and brewing. He was the editor of CAMRA's market-leading Good Beer Guide for over two decades and has received Lifetime Achievement Awards from the British Guild of Beer Writers and the Society of Independent Brewers.

Roger appears regularly in the media and in 2016 was the subject of a BBC 4 Food Show special. He gives frequent talks and beer tastings at events in the UK and has also lectured at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC and Beer Expo in Melbourne, Australia.

Roger’s updates and comments on the brewing industry can be read on his website, www.protzonbeer.co.uk, and you can follow him on Twitter @RogerProtzBeer.

His most recent title Family Brewers of Britain is a lavishly illustrated guide to the contribution made to brewing by the family brewers of Britain. With hundreds of years of history and millions of pints of beer lovers ale it is a celebration of the importance of heritage, tradition and the personalities that have shaped our brewing industry.

Available to pre-order here - Family Brewers of Britain

Roger Protz follows up his best-selling 300 Beers to Try before you Die! with this lavish rundown of even more classic beers from around the world.  The book features everything from new American ales to rediscovered classics like English strong mild; and inventive new twists on age-old recipes from experimental brewers in Europe and beyond. The beers are organised by style so you can jump right in with a beer you’ve tried before or find something a little bit more adventurous for your taste buds. 300 More Beers also includes a glossary of beer terms and a full beer index. This must-own book is perfect for beer novices and experts alike, and makes a great gift.