World Beer Guide

by Roger Protz

The ultimate guide to beer around the world

This is a large hardback book about beer – produced in every country on earth and enjoyed by millions of people. It’s written for those who enjoy beer and want to know more

Beer is the world’s favourite alcohol and it has changed out of all recognition in the 21st century. The country-by-country sections will give more detail of the changes but the introduction will lead readers into the world beer revolution by describing the enormous power and stretch of global brewers – with AB InBev accounting for one third of all beer made and consumed – with the counter culture of the world-wide craft movement. From the US to Australasia, charting the beer scene in every country, the key players and the styles available.

 

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£30.00

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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 World Beer Guide is a lavishly illustrated guide to the the brewers and beers across the globe.

 

– The World Beer Guide will incorporate decades of Roger’s beer experience alongside new trends and modern processes – Each region across the globe will be given detailed analysis and information – The book will also explore how the smaller breweries are still competing with the large co-orporations