The Guardian: Real ale revival led by small breweries

Great British Beer Festival set to toast figures showing microbreweries opening at rate of almost 50 a year.

The UK’s brewers are almost as wary as farmers of admitting prosperity, but a new report makes no bones about the dramatic revival of real ale and small-scale production.

Famous for brand names such as Pigswill and Old Leg Over, microbreweries are opening at the rate of almost 50 a year, encouraged by generous tax concessions and drinkers’ appetite for new tastes.

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