World's Top Beer Gardens

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Lauren O'Malley

Germany may have started the trend, but travelers can now find great beer gardens in destinations like Melbourne and Beijing.

Wudaokou BeerGarden, Beijing

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Scene: The space is set up like a county fair, with a bustling energy to match. Food and beer stalls surround a center tent, where a buzzing crowd of young tastemakers and foreign students parties into the night.

Sustenance: The food choices are vast and cheap—from Chinese dumplings or hot pots, to Korean barbecue, to American hot dogs. Do a culinary round-the-world tour before settling in for some Chinese beer and multilingual eavesdropping.

Suds: Yangjing and Tsingtao flow liberally (at under a dollar for a big bottle, with drafts for even less).

World's Top Beer Gardens

Wudaokou BeerGarden, Beijing

Scene: The space is set up like a county fair, with a bustling energy to match. Food and beer stalls surround a center tent, where a buzzing crowd of young tastemakers and foreign students parties into the night.

Sustenance: The food choices are vast and cheap—from Chinese dumplings or hot pots, to Korean barbecue, to American hot dogs. Do a culinary round-the-world tour before settling in for some Chinese beer and multilingual eavesdropping.

Suds: Yangjing and Tsingtao flow liberally (at under a dollar for a big bottle, with drafts for even less).

Lauren O'Malley
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