Beer around the world
For those who like to get hands on with their beer, the Smithwick’s Experience is an interactive brewery tour that’ll let you get involved in the process while you fall even more in love with Irish beer.
See the kegs roll out of the brewery and straight on to the streets of Hanoi. Enjoying bia hơi (fresh beer) as a breakfast chaser is all part of the fun.
Not only is this Cascade Brewery in Hobart famous for one of the most well known beers, Cascade Brewery is also steeped in history. Started by an ex-con who concocted the idea in his jail cell, the brewery has stood the test of time
We can’t fathom what it would be like to go without beer, but that’s exactly what Iceland did until 1989. Since then they have made up for every lost second of beer-less boredom.
You’d probably expect sake to be the traditional drink of choice when visiting Japan, but Kiuchi Brewery in Naka offer the best of both worlds.
Nothing goes better with a slice of New York pizza that a cold pint. Hop over the bridge to Williamsburg and take a tour of Brooklyn Brewery... tastings of amber goodness included.
Hidden away in the backstreets of Hong Kong, Bar Ozu has all the best tastes of Japan. Confused? Don't worry, just take a seat on the comfy couches and knock back a brew or two.
Join Germany’s thriving nightlife and hit the town in search of the best place for a nip. Our tip is to head straight to the trendy pews of Twinpigs in Neukölln, one of Berlin’s coolest boroughs.
Loof will see you singing to the heavens when you try their variety of Asian oriented beers. This rooftop bar offers a variety of flavours and a killer view of Singapore’s skyline.
This takes pub crawls to new heights. Jump in a helicopter and soar over Queensland’s expansive landscape stopping off at a variety of Aussie pubs to down a drink or two and watch the passers by.
Words Anna Kantilaftas