Last month I wrote about the rise of the nonalcoholic market, and, while it is clear that there has been a consumer shift away from alcohol, there is one small area of the drinks market that is doing better than most: craft beer. Beer has always been a traditional part of British culture. From the largest city down to the very smallest village, everywhere has a “local” (pub). However, in recent times many of these establishments have been finding business conditions exceptionally ...

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