Drinking culture in the UK

The end of the so-called “Sober October” calls for a series of routine reflections on the consumption of alcohol in the United Kingdom. Many Britons proudly identify themselves with the UK drinking culture, seeing it as a joyful part of being British.

A woman lies on the street during a night out in Newcastle, northern England May 3, 2009. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis

Indeed, the cosy and relaxed atmosphere of British pubs is envied all over the world and many attempts have been made at reproducing it elsewhere.

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