The rise (and rise) of the English Craft Beer

Britain is developing a love affair with beer, with an increased popularity of craft brews using local ingredients. Beer often has a bad reputation associated with cheap lager being downed by students, and if you mention ale many think of old men in a dark corner of a dingy pub. But you couldn’t be more wrong.

There is another side of the beer industry which is taking the UK by storm. Craft beers and micro-breweries communities can be found around the world, and now England is looking locally to brew up something special.

Taking a step away from pubs and into restaurants, beer is no longer just a pub drink while you’re watching the footy. With a variety of styles and flavours it’s something to be enjoyed. While you might expect to see people pairing their meals with the right wine, there’s a similar nature arising for beers.

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