British Finance Experts Brew Up Plan To Help Pubs Hurt By Pandemic To get pubs back to normal, experts say Brits should go out and each drink about 124 pints of beer this summer. They also say eating 976 bags of french fries or 40 roast dinners will do the trick.

British Finance Experts Brew Up Plan To Help Pubs Hurt By Pandemic

British Finance Experts Brew Up Plan To Help Pubs Hurt By Pandemic

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To get pubs back to normal, experts say Brits should go out and each drink about 124 pints of beer this summer. They also say eating 976 bags of french fries or 40 roast dinners will do the trick.

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Some British finance experts are brewing up a new theory about how to support pubs hurt by the pandemic. It's pretty simple - bottoms up. To get these places back to normal business levels, they say Brits should go out and each drink about 124 pints this summer. Obviously, you don't have to drink alcohol if you want to help out. They also say eating 976 bags of french fries or 40 roast dinners will also do the trick.

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