Welcome to the World of Beer, Miami's newest mega-pub! This handy guide will help you navigate their taps (they’ve got 50!), bottles (an astounding 500), and landmarks, which're mostly large wooden beer signs (don’t forget your camera, preferably disposable, because all this beer will make you mad easy to rob). Recommended stops include:
South America: The tropical climate is ideal for throwing back Peru's dark-yet-crisp Cusquena, then head north for Venezuela's traditional Polar, originally brewed in the country's capital, where the temperature is an arctic 102 degrees.
Asia: Imagine the sights of Beijing while sipping a Yanjing Lager, before island-hopping to Thai favorites Singha and Chang, plus the Philippines' San Miguel Dark. Why’s a beer from the Philippines named San Miguel, you ask? Who the hell knows! What do you think this is, Fodor’s? Step off, man.
Africa: Consume plentiful Tusker Premium Lager, and, if eager to explore the entire continent, sample Ethiopia's Bedele Special, and Morocco's Casablanca, so when your travel companion asks for a sip, you can say, “frankly my dear, I don’t give a dram”. Cheers!
Australia: Not to be missed are the Pale Ale and Extra Stout from historic Cooper's, while Foster's is budget-friendly, and actually Australian for “a carbonated fermented beverage made from hops and grains”, although that might not be the exact translation.