May 17 weather forecast: Beer garden Brits face weekend washout before pubs finally reopen indoors on Monday

BRITS are facing a final weekend washout in rainy beer gardens before pubs finally reopen indoors on Monday. Punters will brave one final pint in the pouring rain as below-average temperatures and torrential thunderstorms batter the majority of the UK this weekend. 🔵 Read our UK weather live blog for the latest forecasts Scattered heavy showers and thunderstorms are set to bring

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Pub beer gardens could open from MARCH in Boris Johnson's roadmap out of lockdown as PM optimistic after vaccine success

PUB beer gardens could reopen from MARCH in Boris Johnson's roadmap out of lockdown set to be released tomorrow. The Prime Minister is said to be optimistic as he gets ready to unveil the “stairway” towards a normal life thanks to the rollout of the Covid jab. ? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates…   Brits

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Man swigs beer at the wheel saying 'I drive better drunk' moments before crash that killed girlfriend and two others

A MAN was caught on camera swigging a beer saying “I drive better drunk” moments before he crashed his car killing his girlfriend and two others. Camilo Morejon, 47, made the comment during a Livestream on Facebook as he drove through Houston, Texas, on Sunday morning. Minutes before the fatal crash, Morejon can be seen on camera drinking from a

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Climate change could make beer taste differently

For years, an increasing number of scientists have warned about the side effects of climate change like rising oceans and unpredictable changes in weather patterns. But this may be the most serious repercussion of climate change identified to date: Beer may taste different. That’s according to the research of Colleen Doherty, an associate professor of molecular and structural biochemistry at

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US could run out of beer and soda during coronavirus pandemic as CO2 supplies go flat – The Sun

FEARS are growing about a looming beer shortage across the United States as carbon dioxide supplies fizzle out. Brewers and soft-drink makers use carbon dioxide, or CO2, for carbonation, which gives beer and soda fizz — but production has fallen because of a fall in demand for gasoline. Ethanol producers are a key provider of CO2 to the food industry,

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A beer a day can help you live longer by protecting against insomnia, dementia and even OBESITY – The Sun

A DAILY beer can help you live longer, research suggests. Scientists discovered some brews are bursting with health-boosting probiotics. They claim a daily tipple can “be very good for you” and protects against obesity, insomnia and dementia. Experts found strong Belgian beers — such as Hoegaarden, Westmalle Tripel and Echt Kriekenbier — are particularly rich in probiotic yeast. It is

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