Beer flows freely on the terraces of British pubs. What’s more, it’s hard for brewers to keep up. AB Info, a local subsidiary, operates its facilities day and night, reopening cafe terraces across the channel in mid-April to cater to this skyrocketing consumption.
Explains that the demand for beer has exceeded all expectations Financial Times, Bill Urban, CEO of British coffee and restaurant chain Mitchell & Butlers. “Suppliers can no longer hold.“
On April 12 the Horega companies were able to reopen their terraces in England and Scotland and Wales. The cold but sunny weather and the expanding social bubble prompted the British to come around for a good “Find“.
According to figures from market research firm Oxford Marketwatch, sales in the first week of easing in the UK were 12% higher than those seen in the same period in 2019, while only terraces could open.
Budweiser Brewing Group UK Ireland, a British subsidiary of AB Info, is operating 24 hours a day in response to this growing demand.
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