Homer Simpson once said, “Women are like beer. They look good, they smell good, and you'd step over your own mother just to get one!.” Here are the places you'll be heading to get your fill of the suds.

  1. Amsterdam, Netherlands--Home of Heineken, Grolsch, and Amstel Beer, you can drink the native brews "the Dutch way"--with exactly two fingers' worth of foam on top.
  2. Berlin, Germany--Berlin boasts many beer gardens where you can enjoy hundreds of frothy ales. Check out the Bierfestival when the city center turns into a 1.2 mile-long beer garden hosting 240 breweries from 80 countries, representing 1,750 different brands of beer.
  3. Brugge, Belgium--Brugge is renowned for its fine lace, Godiva chocolate and beer. This tiny city is a prime place to sample over 450 unique varieties of Belgian brew, each served in its own specialized glass.
  4. Dublin, Ireland--Pub culture thrives in the Irish capital and the favorite local pastime is imbibing in age-old taverns where luminaries like James Joyce perhaps once did.
  5. Mexico City, Mexico--Una cerveza por favor! Fun taverns, mariachi clubs, and bars abound where you can taste your share of local beers including Negra Modelo, Bohemia, and Dos XX.
  6. Montreal, Canada--This Québec province is home to mainstrem favorites Labatt and Molson and boasts several brewpubs, such as Le Cheval Blanc, Dieu du Ciel, and Sergent Recruteur that serve up first-rate micro-brewed beer in flavors that typically change with the season.
  7. Portland, Oregon, USA--With 28 breweries based here, this Pacific Northwest city proud home to some of the best American microbrews.
  8. Prague. Czech Republic--Beer lovers love Prague for two reasons--the first being the high quality of the beer brewed here, the second being its price--which is very inexpensive by North American standards.
  9. Burlington, Vermont.USA -- Set between Montreal and Boston this university town is one of the best brew cultures in New England.
  10. Sapporo, Japan--Beer is the most popular alcoholic drink in Japan. So popular, in fact, that you can purchase it from vending machines on the street.
  11. Home -- On my couch in my basement in front of my big screen HDTV
  12. Outdoors -- In the warm weather there is no place better to drink a beer than on the patio, in the back yard, or on a boat. Pulling a beer out of an ice cold cooler - there is nothing better!