Real ale gains fans
7:26am 28th September 2010
A record number of 20-somethings are drinking local beers instead of lager.
At least 120,000 more people - many aged under 30 - had their first taste of real ale last year, .
And an extra 3,000 pubs sold cask ale in 2009.
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