Why is real ale growing in popularity?

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Why is real ale growing in popularity?
23rd October 2014

Light, pale, fruity, dark?
Experimental flavours and better variety is behind a boom in drinkers turning to real ale. 
A new book published by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) credits the rise to a revolution in British brewing over that last decade. 
Roger Protz, author of Beer Revolution, and Jack Langridge, a brewer from Hackney Brewery said victorian brewing styles are coming back in fashion, and the public want local beer and raw ingredients.
They told Wake Up London people are tired of drinking fizzy global brands and want to drink local beers made with raw ingredients.

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