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The Future of British Real Ales and Pubs - 02/07/2013
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Perhaps you are a real ale fan or marvel at the beauty of England's historic pubs. If so this article may be of interest to you as it focuses on the cause and effect of pub closures throughout England. According to the British Beer and Pub Association over 17,000 pubs have closed since 1980. Many villages do not have an English Pub and the sale of beer in pubs has greatly declined. English pubs are unique structures that have been used and loved in England for centuries and continue to be admired abroad where the romantic image of English inns or taverns draws many tourists into this country. Each Pub was and continues to be the centre of many communities and as each pub shuts communities die and the access to traditional real ale diminishes. This also means good pubs are becoming more difficult to find. Each individual pub has its own history and distinct atmosphere. Each English pub has its own unique landlord who can in a lot of cases 'be the pub'. Also, by removing the ability to smoke in pubs some atmosphere has already been removed, but good traditional English pubs are still places where friends, family and children can meet to catch up and maintain their community. The explosion of cheap drink in supermarkets has also had a massive impact on pubs and many more people are now drinking cheaply at home and will continue to do so. Furthermore, the large hold that pub chains have over the market has an enormous effect on the small independent pub. However, the majority of...

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