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Debrett's New Beer-drinking Guide: Don't Get Drunk and Make Bad Decisions


When it comes to drinking beer, Brits are not exactly known for boozing politely. But recent research suggests that Brits may be leaving behind their lush lout reputation. Britain’s love of beer is still growing, however. According to a survey of 2,000 British people conducted by market research company Fly Research, 39% of Brits enjoying a pint at least once or twice a week. Debrett's, a top guide to proper British ettiquet since 1769, partnered with global beer brewer AB InBev to create a brand-new beer-drinking guide. This revolutionary guide is designed to impart wisdom to beer-loving Brits who want to improve their bar and beer manners.

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