Where to Drink Beer

‘Where to Drink Beer’ by Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø

Fully illustrated 480 pages of the best places to drink beer, in 1,600 outstanding bars in 70 different countries.

In recent years, the prominent arts and culture publisher Phaidon has released a string of stylish and informative bestselling food and beverage books including Where Chefs Eat, Where Bartenders Drink, Where to Eat Pizza, and Where to Where to Drink Coffee. For the latest release in this line, Where to Drink Beer, Phaidon turned to the coauthor of its 2016 book Food & Beer.

The man behind Evil Twin Brewing and the former beer director of Noma in Copenhagen, Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø was certainly a great choice to answer the titular poised by this book/art object. Over Where to Drink Beer’s highly engaging and fully illustrated 480 pages, Jarnit-Bjergsø draws upon the expertise of the world’s 500 most-revered brewers to list 1,600 outstanding drinking establishments in 70 different countries. Features of this extraordinary volume include bar summaries, detailed maps, and significant independent reviews, comments, and suggestions.

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