The Pub Guide 2013 is a weighty tome containing over 2,000 pubs around the UK.
Published by the AA, the guide aims to list pubs that have been selected by readers, AA inspectors and editors for their atmosphere, food and beer.
The 31st edition of the Good Pub Guide is as thick as ever featuring over 4,700 of the ‘very best British pubs’.
Self-described as the ‘only pub guide you’ll ever need’, it is a main competitor to CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide.
Britain’s Best Pubs 2012 is advertised as a “unique collection of own and country public houses, gastro-pubs with imaginative cuisine and impressive wine lists, and traditional inns”.
The CAMRA Guide to London’s Best Beer, Pubs and Bars is an essential guide to the best pubs in the capital. Written by Des de Moor, the book features 250 different London pubs all of which were personally visited.
London has literally thousands of pubs. There are so many pubs that each successive book published about London pubs has no hope of covering them all. Each book can only cover the best that London has to offer. I’ve followed many of these books whilst ‘drinking my way’ around London but essentially they cover a [...]
CAMRA’s Great British Pubs is a new book by Adrian-Tierney Jones that features over 200 of the best pubs in the country.
One of the best pub books currently available it features a huge variety of pubs both old and new, rural and urban and all serving great beer.
The Oxford Companion to Beer features over 1,100 entries of practically everything you could ever want to know about beer, ingredients, the brewing process and more.
Edited by Brooklyn Brewery brewmaster, Garrett Oliver, this is quite easily the best beer encyclopedia ever written.
Licensed to Sell is a revised edition of English Heritage’s study of British public houses and is one of the most comprehensive guides to the history of pubs currently available.
The 200-page book is crammed full of black and white and colour photographs, pub plans, old advertisements and drawings.
London’s Best Pubs is the definitive guide to the capital’s best pubs and features reviews and photographs of 117 different pubs.
This updated edition adds popular pubs such as the Southampton Arms in Kentish Town and the Euston Tap near Euston Station.
Written by Ted Bruning, a former editor of CAMRA’s newspaper, What’s Brewing, London by Pub contains 15 historical walks around the capital. The aim of the book is to take readers on a tour of classic pubs whilst also visiting historical sights.