Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergso is the gypsy brewer behind the global beer company Evil Twin Brewing, which is opening its first permanent brewery in Queens, New York, in 2018. He is the former beer director of Noma in Copenhagen and opened Torst beer bar in Brooklyn. He is also co-author of Food & Beer, published by Phaidon in 2016. Jarnit-Bjergso is from Denmark and lives in New York City.
Covering over 70 countries and featuring detailed maps, reviews, key information and honest suggestions, if you have this book with you while travelling you'll never find yourself too far away from a decent cold one. -HuhMagazine.co.uk The ultimate insider's guide to the best places to drink beer across the globe... For anyone who loves to travel as much as they enjoy real ale, this is their new beer bible. -Vegetarian Living Designed in the same visually striking format as Phaidon's bestselling Where Chefs Eat, this book guides thirsty beer fans toward the best places across the globe. -Acquire Compulsively browsable... Peppered with practical tips, fun descriptions and honest anecdotes. -Drink Me Online All hail world ale guide... Perfect for beer lovers. -Sunday People Having tackled the spots chefs like to eat, Phaidon figured hungry travelers could use something to drink with all that delicious fare... Consider your future brewcations planned. -Cool Material Jarnit-Bjergso and Phaidon have compiled the master guide to the best places anywhere, no matter what they are, to find and drink beer. Where to Drink Beer is a map for all beer aficionados and drinkers seeking out the brews of those hard working individuals who have reshaped the market: a must have, must read and must use. -LondonLamppost.com One for Christmas for the Beer Geek in your life. -Bite Magazine The most comprehensive beer bible on the market. -Uncrate The perfect present for the serious beer drinker. -ParentingWithoutTears.com If you're serious about your beer and tend to travel quite often, this is a must. -Airows.com As a tagline for a beer guide, 'Foam is where the heart is' is hard to top. -Bloomberg Businessweek Craft beer fans looking for a hipster hangout on their next overseas business trip should invest in Where to Drink Beer. -The Business Travel Magazine Bid adieu to ropey boozers with this global supping guide. Experts suggest exactly what the book's title implies, for everywhere in the world. It'll be as useful a companion for a new haunt for a Friday lunchtime pint as it will be if you're planning to get sozzled anywhere from Austin to Zagreb. -ShortList This genre is irresistible, whether as confirmation of choices past or a tip sheet for trips future. -San Diego Union-Tribune As close to the definitive book of beer as we're likely to come across for the foreseeable future... We imagine it would fit in nicely on the shelf behind your home bar. -UrbanDaddy ...A perfect holiday gift or stocking stuffer. Jarnit-Bjergso offers one of the most comprehensive, and exciting, breakdowns of the world's craft beer scene, with bars and pubs from Australia to the Middle East, Asia to South America, and everywhere in between. -Departures Online A vast and indispensable book. -Original Gravity Every coffee lover's coffee table needs a stylish book. This one will have them mapping out their next vacation to the best coffee shops in the world. -Esquire Online This hefty tome won't fit in your back pocket, but if you're a beer-loving globetrotter you'll want to consult Evil Twin brewer Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergso's Where to Drink Beer. -Craft by Under My Host Love beer? Love travel? Love traveling to find great beer? This book has you covered. -Spirited Magazine Any beer enthusiast is sure to pore over it. -amNewYork A book for the indulgers among us, a real treat for the stocking. A guide to beer in every possible way... If you're planning on going away on a boozy holiday in the new year, or if you're just the ultimate beer geek, then buy this book. -CentMagazine.co.uk