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real ale

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreal aleˌreal ˈale noun [countable, uncountable] British English  beer that has been made in the traditional way, not in a large factory
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real aleThe Campaign now has more paid-up members than it did at the height of the 1970s real ale revival.Left to its own devices, real ale stays in a drinkable condition for about a week.It was too fizzy and too gassy to drink and I acquired a taste for real ale.There was always the real ale to stave off the effects of ageing for a while.
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