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Wisconsin's Best Beer Guide, 4th Edition (Paperback)
Somewhere in Wisconsin there is a pint of beer with your name on it. Your mission: Find it! Don't make Wisconsin beer come looking for you! Set out on a pils-grimage to pay homage to the great people and places that bring you Wisconsin's finest liquid joy. From a tiny homemade brewery hidden on the Northwoods all the way up to megabrewer MillerCoors, this road-trip manual takes you on a thirst-quenching adventure while stopping at all the fish fries and fresh cheese curds along the way. Inside you will find: Listings and directions for all the current breweries History and facts about brewing and drinking A calendar of beer festivals and listings for brew clubs Signature pages to record your visits Special offers from participating brewers (often free beer) Things to do/eat/see a short stumble away from the brewery Lots of pretty pictures to make that reading part less stressful Get this book into your glove compartment. You never know when you might need it! Support Wisconsin brewers by knocking back a few the next time you're in town!
About the Author
Kevin Revolinski is an amateur beer snob and born-again ale drinker with a writing habit. A Wisconsin native, he has written for a variety of publications including The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Wisconsin State Journal and many postcards to his grandmother. He's appeared on The Today Show and Wisconsin Public Radio talking about beer. His other travel books include Wisconsin's Best Beer Guide, Michigan's Best Beer Guide, Paddling Wisconsin, Best in Tent Camping Wisconsin, Best Hikes Near Milwaukee, Backroads and Byways of Wisconsin, 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles of Madison, Camping Michigan, and The Yogurt Man Cometh: Tales of an American Teacher in Turkey. Check out his website and blog, The Mad Traveler at theMadTravelerOnline.com and revtravel.com. He also contributes to the beer travel site Pilsgrimage.com. Look for him at your local brewpub. (It's more likely he's at one of his own local brewpubs in Madison though.)