Britain has long had a love affair with beer and cider, once drunk out of necessity – pre w...
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Britain has long had a love affair with beer and cider, once drunk out of necessity – pre water sanitation. Now drunk out of… well a different kind of necessity. Britain consumes an average of 68 litres per person per year, for a long time Britain was flooded with mass produced rather unpleasant imported lager.
There has been something of a revolution, microbreweries have been popping up around the country with a collective mission to make the beer and cider of Britain great again. And great it really is, call it real ale, or craft beer it doesn’t really matter as long as its good.