Regensburg is a lovely medieval town dating back to the Stone Age. This urban hike details a scenic on the less visited side of the Danube River and is featured in the book Beer Hiking Bavaria by Rich Carbonara.
Das Buch "Bierwandern Bayern" von Rich Carbonara ist ab sofort erhältlich. Es enthält Details zu 50 Bierwanderungen, 50 Brauereien und 50 Bieren. Durch den Kauf über die folgenden Links unterstützen Sie meine wachsende Website.
What is beer hiking in Pottenstein like? It's about as perfect as you'll find with hikes for all levels and a great dark beer as your reward.
Beer Hiking Bavaria is the new book from Beerwanderers founder Rich Carbonara. It details 50 hikes/50 breweries/50 beers from all over Bavaria.
Autumn can be the very best season for Beer Hiking in Bavaria.
The new book from Rich Carbonara "Beer Hiking Bavaria" is out now.
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