The Great Beer Pilgrimage
So, you’ve saved up hard earned money, inherited a large sum, had your start-up really take off, got a huge promotion or just have a credit card with a huge limit and you are planning a Beer pilgrimage.
Where would you want to go to get the best experience – historically, culturally and of course treat your senses to freshly brewed craft beer?
There is such a list of 10 such cities in the world you must visit for your pilgrimage:
- Munich, Germany
- Dublin, Ireland
- Portland, Oregon USA
- Amsterdam, Holland
- Prague, Czech Republic
- Brussels, Belgium
- London, England
- Vancouver, Canada
- Tokyo, Japan
- Edinburgh, Scotland
So why these cities besides the obvious ones like Munich? You need to watch this very informative video explaining this list made by WatchMojo.com – Enjoy.
John John’s Bottled Beer List
I will be eventually adding a list of beers – both local and international ones I’ve discovered over the years – have to dig out the good ol Blackberry SD card and transfer the pictures to this blog!
COMING SOON…..LOADING……..PLEASE WAIT…….
If you happen to be in Singapore, there is a great selection of beers to choose from and you have it delivered! Looking to buy alcohol delivered in Singapore? Checkout out Paneco.com with a link to https://www.paneco.com.sg
Other Interesting Media on International Beers
This is a great infographic published by the folks at Vinepair.com about the most popular beers in each country around the world. Mass produced beer naturally dominates this map and is not an indicator of quality just quantity.
Please click on the image above for an expanded view.
Here’s a nice roundup of some of the best commercially brewed (not craft) beers around the world. The list includes some of my favorite lagers, pilsners, stouts, ales and even a weiss!
For all you Guinness fans, this is a funny tour of the Guinness factory in Dublin.
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