Why the world needs beer as it dies

We’ve all heard the tired story of a world with too much beer, and it sounds silly.

It’s true, there are too many breweries, and too many people drinking too much.

And yet it’s also true: we’re not going to get much beer.

And so we’re going to need beer.

We’ll get it by drinking a beer.

So we’re drinking a lot of beer.

A lot of it.

But it’s still beer, but we’re actually drinking more of it than ever before.

And that’s OK.

Beer is great.

We drink it everywhere.

It doesn’t matter where you are, how you look, or who you are.

It tastes good and we want to drink it.

As a society, we need to be able to enjoy and appreciate the taste of beer, even if we’re only drinking it in bars and restaurants.

As an individual, you’ll likely not be drinking much beer when you go out, and yet there are plenty of reasons to do so.

We’re a big beer drinking society.

A good proportion of our population drinks beer regularly.

We enjoy drinking in pubs.

We love the thought of beer being on tap.

We want to be drinking beer when we’re in the office, out with friends, or in the back garden.

The fact that we are is a good indicator of our level of beer drinking.

And of course, we’re also drinking it on a regular basis, even when we aren’t drinking it at home.

We are drinking beer on the go.

A recent survey of people living in the United Kingdom found that around half of those aged between 18 and 35 were regularly drinking at least one beer at home, often at home with a glass.

But just as the majority of people are drinking in bars, the vast majority of us are drinking it home.

And this is where we need more beer.

The new beer-centric world of craft beer The world is full of breweries that are struggling to stay afloat, or even find any customers.

Many are struggling financially.

And while the majority are small, the number of breweries is growing rapidly.

But where do all these breweries fit in?

Well, we have to understand that these beers are a small part of a larger global craft beer industry.

As much as we want the world to believe that beer is everywhere, there’s a lot more beer being produced in the world than being served in pubs or bars.

There are more than 300,000 breweries in the UK, and that’s up from around 50,000 in 2011.

This is the first time in our history that the number has doubled in a year, with more than 1.5 million beer-making breweries registered to date.

The craft beer boom has also made it possible for people to access and consume beer on a global scale.

Beer drinkers have become more familiar with beer, thanks to the internet and social media, and this is an important change in the way we consume beer.

With more beer on tap, we now have a bigger and more diverse beer market than ever.

There’s also a lot less beer being sold as souvenirs.

The most popular souvenir beer around the world is a bottle of beer called a “beer keg”.

The term is a bit of a misnomer.

In reality, these kegs are not kegs at all, but small containers for beer.

This isn’t a “brewery” but a “pizza shop”, and the beer inside the keg is simply water poured over a plastic sheet.

The beer inside these keg containers is actually beer that is actually brewed at home by brewers in a very different brewery to those in the pubs and bars.

These small containers are the result of a long-term trend: brewers in Europe have been producing beer for centuries, but they haven’t been making beer for many centuries in the US, or anywhere else in the developed world.

So, as the number in the beer industry has grown, so has the demand for beer in many other parts of the world.

And it’s only getting better.

This year alone, more than 4.7 million beer bottles have been sold globally.

The United Kingdom alone is the biggest beer-selling country in the whole of Europe, and has almost doubled its volume of beer in just two years.

We now also have a massive domestic beer market.

As of October 31st, we had 2.3 billion bottles of beer sold worldwide, more in beer than in wine, beer-sipping spirits, and beer-flavored snacks.

That’s almost twice as much beer as the entire population of India combined.

This growth is also being fuelled by the popularity of the internet.

Online beer consumption has been growing steadily for years, but the growth has accelerated in recent years.

This has made it easy for people around the globe to find and consume more beer in the digital age.

And the internet is a huge part of this growth.

In 2015, online beer consumption was up by 50%, and in 2016, it