Alan - who considers "lager" a dirty word and claims British real ale is far superior to even the best continental beers - is nowadays heavily involved in the local ale community, helping organise countless beer festivals and events.
What does BREALE stand for?
BREALE stands for British Real Ale
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Fourteen British real ales also got gold in the awards.
There will be drinks, too, for every budget, including fine Champagnes, cocktails and the best of British real ales and ciders.
One of the city's most famous hang-outs, Chapter bar is a veritable shrine to top beers from all over Europe - you can slurp your favourite German KUlsch, delicately sip a Belgian beer or simply down a pint of British real ale.
They do a good range of beers from British real ales to continental brews such as Erdinger and Leffe.
ITALIANS are going mad for a British real ale - even though it costs them nearly pounds 5 per pint.