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The BBPA has welcoemd the latest beer sales figures

Beer sales in pubs up by highest rate this century, according to BBPA

Pubs have recorded their highest rate of quarterly growth in beer volume sales this century, the latest UK quarterly Beer Barometer from the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) has revealed.

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