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eBook The Beer Drinker's Guide to Munich ePub

eBook The Beer Drinker's Guide to Munich ePub

by Larry Hawthorne

  • ISBN: 0962855529
  • Category: Europe
  • Subcategory: Travels
  • Author: Larry Hawthorne
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Freizeit Publishers; Revised edition (September 28, 2005)
  • Pages: 228
  • ePub book: 1601 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1545 kb
  • Other: mbr doc lrf mobi
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 699

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Munich beer drinkers home on the web. Complete listings of beer gardens, beer halls, beer pubs in Munich. Based on the popular Munich guide book, The Beer Drinker's Guide to Munich. If our assumptions above are even close, you've come to the right place.

Even for the non-beer drinker, beer garden culture is a key element of understanding life in Munich. very good guide to Munich's beer drinking locations. Although it was written 20+ years ago it still is mostly applies in 2016. Of course you should confirm openings/closings with the locals before you trek to some of the out of way places, just to be sure.

The Beer Drinker's Guide. has been added to your Cart. This book is a nice introduction to the Munich beer hall scene. We found our "regular" travel guide completely unhelpful with regards to beer and this book helped fill in the gaps. Particularly the early section where the author discusses the culture and customs of beer gardens & beer halls. However there are some serious flaws with this book, I think

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From Am Hopfengarten to Zur Schwaige, it lists more than 70 of the best beer gardens, beer halls, pubs, and late-night hot spots, along with instructions on how to find each place. Information on Oktoberfest and other beer festivals is also provided.

This video describes how the free-beer program works and what users can expect while using the guide to visit these elite beer oases, with plenty of free beer to make it all worthwhile. More info at ww. eerdrinkersguide.

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That book alone is enough for most beer tourists.

Could NOT get a table. And it was a sprawling beer garden. Can't remember the name but we had to take the train to get there. TOMHONE, Aug 20, 2014. steveh Poo-Bah (2,223) Oct 8, 2003 Illinois. TOMHONE said: ↑. Could NOT get a table. Book must be selling. That book alone is enough for most beer tourists.

Book details Author : Larry Hawthorne Pages : 240 pages Publisher : Freizeit Publishers,U. It lists over 70 of Munich s best beer gardens, beer halls, pubs, and late-night hot spots in detail. It also includes the colourful histories behind them, along with detailed maps and instructions on how to find each place.

Travelers can drink in all the atmosphere, history, and beer that Munich has to offer with this updated guide to the best watering holes in the beer-drinking capital of the world. More than 70 of Munich's best beer gardens, beer halls, pubs, and late-night hot spots are listed in detail. The colorful histories behind them are included, along with detailed maps and instructions on how to find each place. Information on Oktoberfest and other beer festivals make this guide as practical as it is entertaining. This revised edition pays for itself three times over with the enclosed beer coupons from some of Munich's most prized beer gardens. From Am Hopfengarten to Zur Schwaige, this guide's wisdom will make any trip to the Beer City a truly unforgettable travel experience.

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Lestony Lestony
My husband and I just came back from Munich and found this book to be indispensable. It contained better instructions for navigating the city than most guidebooks and extremely helpful tips (such as explaining how there are tables reserved for regulars) and detailed transit instructions. For some establishments it contained a lot of really interesting info on the history. We weren't there long enough to hit every place or even every five-mug-rated place, but we got to about 15 and generally agreed wholeheartedly with the ratings (Michaelergarten and Hirschgarten being our absolute favorites)! The garden on the cover of the book was pretty hyped up, though, but we found it kind of boring.
Dorilune Dorilune
Every beer lover taking a trip to Munich needs this book. It's as simple as that.
The book covers everything from expectations and etiquette to beer styles and brands. It includes dozens of must-visit locations with historical information and directions via walking and public transportation.
It even has a handy S-bahn map inside and free beer coupons for several locations. Having used them before, they DO work, too.
Kipabi Kipabi
This book is packed with insightful information on Munich itself, it's history etc all held together with the common string being a love of good beer. Not only do you get some useful information, you get excellent insight of the do's and don'ts of their culture and then excellent details of each establishment. This book is a road map to a beer region you will thoroughly enjoy.
Hellmaster Hellmaster
I got this book on Friday, and I can't put it down. It is an EXHAUSTIVE guide of the best places for beer in Munich. The only down side is there are so many great places, that you can't see them all in one trip. They are even cross-referenced with locations (Marianplatz, etc.). Each location has a map and tell what brands they serve. I wish I'd known about this book before my last trip.
Goldendragon Goldendragon
I have gone through 3 versions of this book, been to Munich 6 times, and I still find new and exciting things to do by reading it.

The BDG2M allows you to sample the best Munich has to offer, and to go to places that tourists and locals love. Reading the book gives you a good idea of the wonderful culture, that IS Bavaria. It's not all about drinking beer, but the unique sense of community, family, and history you will find.

The directions to the beer halls are great. They are simple, easy to follow, and close to infallible. Of course, when there is beer at the end of the road, you tend not to get lost. ;-)

I applaud Larry in his everlasting devotion to this subject. Every edition is fresh, and new adventures await every turn of the page.
Mohn Mohn
I have more than one edition of this book. I upgrade the version before every trip to Munich. Great resource!
Sha Sha
This book is a nice introduction to the Munich beer hall scene. We found our "regular" travel guide completely unhelpful with regards to beer and this book helped fill in the gaps. Particularly the early section where the author discusses the culture and customs of beer gardens & beer halls.

However there are some serious flaws with this book, I think:

- the organization is terrible. Most of the beer halls are listed alphabetically, except for some which are inexplicably listed by their location, not name. WTF. Each venue is accompanied by a cryptic map which only shows 1 or 2 blocks around the area... I think the goal is to get you from the nearest subway station but if you are on foot/bike/tram/car you have no clue where it is. Also there is no map of the city with the beer halls laid out so there is no way to see what is close to you, what beer halls are close to each other, etc.

- Each venue is rated on a scale of 1-5, but it's not clear to me how the author arrived at the ratings. We strongly disagreed with a few ratings and then ended up largely ignoring them.

- This book was first written in 1991 and even though it has been updated as recently as 2015 seems to have completely missed the worldwide craft beer revolution. It's true that beer in Bavaria is relatively homogenized and dominated by 4 major companies but there are certainly gems to be found and this guide seems oblivious. The book is almost entirely focused on *venues*, not *beer*. There is a brief chapter at the beginning about "Beer" which is comically out of date, and some of the best local beer brands are completely absent from the book.
Just got this book and I also can't put it down. Very descriptive, perfect amount of information for each of the locations. Also really like the personal touches like local drinking customs, trivia, and the maps. There are also BOGO coupons in the back of the book at 5 different locations - the book literally pays for itself! Ein Prosit!