Never a nation to be left behind when it comes to drinking, the UK has more than a few of its own alcohol related festivals and fetes.
The most noteworthy is the GBBF. Offering up an amazing selection of over 450 real British cask ales for sampling, this really is a treat for the beer connoisseurs among us. In fact, it's Britain's biggest beer festival thanks to its extensive range of ales, ciders, perries and international lagers.
And for those for don't like a pint of ale there are international spirits and traditional pub grub available at the event which takes place in Earls Court, London from August 4-8.
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