‘This is a new chapter’: Breweries sell beer for sale on UK’s beer islands

Breweries are selling their beer for the first time on UK beer islands.

Here’s what you need to know.

1 / 8 Getty Images The UK is home to around 40 beer islands, but they are still the only ones in Europe that allow beer to be sold for sale.

That means beer sales are still very much restricted to the UK, and even within that country, it can be hard to find a good deal.

“There’s a real feeling of being out of step with the rest of the world,” said Nicky Taylor, head brewer at Bodega Brewery in Cardiff.

“We’ve been working for years to try and make it work here.”

But it’s not just beer that’s on sale at the UK’s breweries.

Wine, spirits and cocktails are also sold.

“The British beer market is still small,” said Taylor.

“It’s really only the top 10 or 20 breweries that can sell a lot of alcohol.”

“We were able to sell a few bottles of Dom Pérignon champagne,” said the brewery’s owner, Ben Denniss.

“But it was just about selling the beer and the cocktails, and then having a few more beers to go around.”

The British beer industry is worth £3.3bn ($5.4bn) and employs more than 8,000 people.

Its share of the UK beer market has increased from just 0.3 per cent in 2000 to 5.7 per cent now.

Bodegon Brewery’s Ben Derniss said it was good to be able to see the beer in the UK again and he hoped it would grow over the next few years.

“You’d be surprised how many people have never heard of this, and there’s just so much to be excited about, especially in Wales,” he said.

“They’re the biggest producers of hops in the world.”

The UK has long been a beer-consuming country, and that’s helped keep the craft beer industry thriving.

In fact, beer tourism has risen significantly in the last few years, according to the Beer Institute.

In 2016, the UK had more beer tourism than any other country.

In 2020, it was second only to France for the biggest number of visitors to its beer islands in Europe.

The UK, however, still has plenty of beer islands and pubs to visit.

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Read more: Bodegas is located in the north of Wales and the islanders are known for their hospitality.

“I’ve got a couple of beers I can give away at the bar,” said Dennis.

“A couple of bottles of the new Dom Pérignon.”

The brewery’s bar is full, so he’ll be happy to have a bottle or two left to give away.

There’s also a small bar nearby, and if you fancy a pint, you can find a couple more at the Brewery Tavern.

Bodingga Brewery is open seven days a week and offers a range of beers including the Black Dog, the Great Dane, the Pilsner and the Imperial Stout.

There are also a range in cider, spirits, wine and coffee.

“Most people come here to relax, get a beer and try a new beer,” said Ben Danniss.

The Brewery also has a pub in Cardiff, where you can grab a pint of Guinness or a pint or two of beer with your favourite menu item.

“That’s always nice, but we’ve got some really good cocktails, too,” he added.

Bonga Bongs in Wales The Breweries in Cardiff and in Swansea have been selling beer since 2007.

The craft beer market in Wales is small, but it’s still growing.

“When we opened in Cardiff we didn’t think there would be a huge beer market,” said Bodegabong co-founder and co-owner Ben Darniss.

But by 2010, he had sold over 250 bottles of beer in Wales.

“Now we have over 800 beers, and we sell almost 30,000 a week,” he told the BBC.

“What we’re really proud of is that we’ve managed to sell our first batch in the same year.”

The Bodegian Brewery, which is located on the island of Llanfearn in Swansea, is a British craft beer brewery with its own brewery in Llanfydd, which it uses for brewing and selling beer.

The islanders have been enjoying their beer as well.

“Brewing here is a bit of a hobby,” said Andrew Tull, a Bodegogean.

“If you want to do a bit more serious stuff you’ll probably have to go to Cardiff, but the Bodeguards are pretty relaxed and enjoy the beers.”

Bodegal Brewery, the biggest beer producer in Wales, was established in 2005.

It produces about 150,000 litres of beer a year, and has a