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Guests at the upcoming wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton may be disappointed to hear: No beer will be served. The Daily Mirror reports beer has been banned from the reception. Champagne and wine will be served instead of beer.

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Guests at the upcoming wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton may be disappointed to hear no beer will be served. The�Daily Mirror�reports beer is banned from the reception. Champagne and wine will be served instead of beer, though bride and groom plan to stay sober to savor the experience, we're told. An unnamed insider told the Mirror beer is not an appropriate drink to serve in the presence of the queen.

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