Who drinks beer?

The British consume 100 litres of beer per head each year. This puts them in only sixth place in the world-beer-drinking leagues, but still ahead of the Belgians, the Australians and the Americans. The champions are the Czechs, with 155 litres per head per year.

In Britain, 60% of the beer consumed today is lager, 40% is real ale. This represents a modern shift in tastes: in the 1970s the split was 25% lager, 75% ale.

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