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Regional breweries and a stay in a pub

IIt might be a particularly unattractive word, but the staycation has never been more popular with us Brits. From the isles of Scotland to the coast of Cornwall people are choosing to holiday at home and with such diverse holiday options on our doorstep it’s no wonder.This is your guide to some of the best regional breweries and beers to look out for on your travels..

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It’s good to be bitter

BBeer is our national drink and there’s never been a better time to enjoy it. Of all the beer styles available to us today there is arguably one that is more inextricably linked to British beer culture than any other – bitter.

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Spring beer and food

TThe darkness of winter has been replaced with the revitalising freshness of spring. Lambs, wild garlic, daffodils, fluttering butterflies and chirping birds are just some of the things that mark the change of season. And spring also brings with it a gentle change in the beer we drink and the food we eat.

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