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Art of Pub Crawling

Fifty More Great Pub Crawls

Edited by one of Britain's best-known beer writers, Barrie Pepper.

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According to Pepper "The fine art of modern day pub crawling is to work out a route which allows you to visit a number of pubs which all sell good beers and are of some character and interest. An even better crawl should start and finish close to the same point which is near to good public transport connections."

The guide has routes not just for walking either. Twelve of the crawls require that either trams, trains, buses, or in one case, a water taxi be used. There is also a virtual tour around pubs that feature in your favourite TV soaps.

In a handy pocket-sized format, this guide to 50 hugely enjoyable pub crawls features:

The crawls are not just confined to the UK, with routes around the great beer cities of Amsterdam, Brussels and Prague.

All of the crawls have been chosen for their interest to walkers, fans of local history, architecture, and take the reader to places of interest other than pubs including castles, churches, stately homes, museums and even breweries - all for their quality real ale.

Fifty More Great Pub Crawls is 7.99 and is available from all good book shops or by mail order (postage 1 in the UK) on 01727 867201 or online at www.camra.org.uk/books.


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