You may not know which beers you are getting from your local brewery until you drink their beer.
The problem is, most breweries are only sold in the UK, so you need to be familiar with all the rules.
There are some beers that are sold in a number of different countries, so if you are buying from the same brand in one place, you may not be getting the right beer.
Here are the best beers to try from around the world.
Beer rules for the UKThe first rule to know about is that the UK does not have an alcohol policy.
It is more similar to Australia, which does have an age limit for beer.
However, beer can still be served in the pub, and in the home if the brewery is allowed.
This means that there are some rules you should follow if you want to drink beer from your pub.
There is also a limit on the amount of alcohol a brewery can sell in one pint of beer.
This is set at one litre (about 1.5 gallons) and can only be exceeded if the beer is brewed at a location with a “distillery”.
In the UK it is illegal to sell more than one pint (a pint equals about 2.5 litres) of beer per person per day, and a maximum of 1.3 litres per person can be served per day.
When you buy from a pub, you have to be over 21 to buy from them, and it is against the law to sell to someone under the age of 18.
So if you have never been to a pub before, you might be better off ordering a pint from a bottle shop or local pub.