Ale’s not well for boozers!
BOOZERS who insist on quaffing “craft” ales are risking DEATH.
Some of the beer guzzled by trendy tipplers contains a QUARTER of the recommended weekly intake in just over half a pint.
Waitrose, Sainsbury’s and Tesco are among supermarkets selling an expanding range of specialist beers and ales with alcohol by volume limits hitting more than nine per cent.
They are way above super-strength brands such as Carlsberg Special Brew, Skol Super, and Tennent’s Super, sitting at eight per cent ABV.
The findings come after the Office of National Statistics revealed deaths due to alcohol are approaching levels last seen in the recession of 2008.