There’s A Beer For That puts focus on changing consumer behaviour in 2017

The founding global brewers have reaffirmed their commitment to the category initiative which sees over 100 members of Britain’s Beer Alliance collaborating for the benefit of beer and brewing. This funding is boosted for a second year by The British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA) which has increased its contribution in direct response to the positive impact the campaign is making.

 

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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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There’s more to lager than you think

LLager is the most commonly consumed beer style in the world. All the biggest beer brands are lagers from Budweiser and Carling to Heineken and Pilsner Urquell. When you think lager you think pale, straw coloured beer with a clean, crisp flavour served in a nonic pint glass – those glasses with a bulge at the top and were introduced to reduce breakage and nicks (“nonic”) in glasses when stacked. Lager is all of those things but a lot more besides.

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