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Two friends from Newport, Wales and New York, USA share pictures of their passion for beer. Read more...

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Africa Lounge is one of a handful of bars in Sea-Tac Airport, Seattle. It is owned by the Redmond, WA based Mac and Jacks Brewing Co and you can expect a few of their beers to be available. You can view more photos and read a short review on Travels with Beer.

A selection of the beers available at Caldera's Tap House in Ashland, OR.

Just a small sample of the beers available to taste at the Full Sail Brewing Co. in Hood River, OR.

Part of the wall of tap handles at Belmont Station in Portland, OR. Belmont Station consists of a biercafé serving around 15 more uncommon beers and an adjoining shop selling over 1000+ bottles.

Spotted in Bailey's Taproom in Portland, this has to be the best beer board ever. It contains lots of information about each beer including colour of beer, style of glass used and how much beer is left in each keg.

The custom wallpaper from the excellent and very popular Craft Beer Co. pub in London. Always good when a pub goes that extra mile when decorating a pub.

The Pork Scratchings Mountain is a regular feature at the Great British Beer Festival. As it's constantly replenished, I don't know if the 'mountain' ever gets below 3 feet high.

Matt Brynildson, master brewer at the Californian brewery Firestone Walker, signs the 'brewers wall' at The Rake in Borough Market, London.

De Hems, London

Located on the small Macclesfield Street at the northern entrance to Chinatown, there has been a pub on this site since around 1685 when the Horse and Dolphin coaching inn was built. The inn survived until 1890 when it was demolished and replaced with a new pub called the Macclesfield. The name of the pub survives in the nearby Horse and Dolphin Yard. The pub became De Hems in 1959 (named after a Dutch merchant seaman that used to own the pub) and in the 1980s it became the Dutch themed bar that it still is today. You can read a review of the pub on Travels with Beer.

For the second year running, the Brains Brewery stand at the Great Welsh Beer and Cider Festival is featured on Beer Lens. It was also featured this time last year. You can read a review of the festival on Travels with Beer.