Beer lovers, listen up! The Brewery Bible has just released their latest book, the Midlands Edition, which is on sale now. Their second regional guide book to breweries and beer discovery encourages beer lovers to discover and explore beer made locally whilst learning more about the passionate brewers who make their favourite brew.
The handy pocket guide contains information on over 200 Midlands breweries, beer venues and bottle shops, including in-depth details from a selection of places and spaces where beer is brewed, sold or drunk. In the new book you can find out how to embark on the Stirchley Beer Mile, celebrate the most influential IPA of recent years or learn about the crucial role of sustainability in brewing in the Midlands.
Co-Founder Nathan Hoare said: “The Midlands has an abundance of historical and new-wave breweries producing world-class beer. We hope the first Midlands Edition will connect beer lovers with local breweries, and perhaps even encourage people to go on a brewery tour or head to a ‘meet the brewer’ event.”
It doesn’t stop at the book, The Brewery Bible has commissioned an A3 print of the emerging ‘Stirchley Beer Mile’ which is available to buy on their website. The team are also making the discovery of great local beer even easier with their new free-to-download app, the first version is available to download on the App Store and Google Play Store now.
The Brewery Bible:
The Brewery Bible exists to connect you directly to the best places and spaces serving the freshest local beer up and down the country. As the beer drinking experience continuously evolves, we will keep you in the know about the best brews, coolest tap-rooms, in-depth tours and tastings happening in your local region and beyond.
Presented as a series of beautifully designed regional guides, a mobile-friendly website and a free-to-download app, The Brewery Bible is your ultimate companion when looking to discover, uncover and treasure the wonders of beer.
We will take you across the UK where you can explore over 2000 breweries, 700 brewery taprooms, plus hand-picked venues and stockists pushing the boundaries and working with the leaders in beer to curate lip-smacking menus not to be missed.
With a growing emphasis on local provenance and craft, The Brewery Bible will help you wherever you are on your beer journey, from the curious to the converted. Sample the freshest beers in the country, right next to where they are made. You might even meet the brewer or tuck into a beer and food pairing to help you think about beer in a completely different way.
Gather some friends, open the book or download our app and start planning your next beer adventure…
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