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London football fan goes viral for making beer World Cup: who represents Spain?

Football fans around the world are counting the hours to get the ball rolling in Qatar for the commencement of the 2022 World Cup. Despite all the controversies surrounding the venue where the competition will be held, there is no follower of the sport who is not looking forward to what is to come and few think so much about the competition coming up with brilliant ideas. The protagonist takes us to the cradle of football: the United Kingdom.

If there’s one drink that wins in this area, it’s beer. The ‘Three Lions’ reached the semi-finals of the previous edition and this meant that, according to figures from the British Beer and Pub Association, around 40 million pints were sold during the final date coinciding with the World Cup in 2018. The German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence in Berlin, led by its researcher Roland Roller, showed that Beer consumption increases in each country when they are selected,

People Drinking Beer On The Roof Of The Bar

The country ranks as the second region in the world with the highest beer consumption per capita

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And it is that in every part of the world there is a method of producing this liquid. Qatar brings together 32 different countries which gave Twitter user Gus Huli (@ballstothis) an idea: Make the World Cup of Beer, The Londoner, who appears on his account in an English team shirt and surrounded by bottles, has chosen a beer for each country taking part in the competition. The detailed list that the fan wrote in the thread has generated a lot of interest among users and has gone viral.

The Cheltenham Town fan from England’s fourth division had already done so at Russia 2018. On that occasion he decided to have a beer for each participating team and each time a country was eliminated, drank the drink in question, He spent a total of 650 pounds sterling (about 745 euros) on that occasion, and this time he didn’t stay far from those figures. The rarest, once again, was from Saudi Arabia, as the consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited in the country. Healdsberg Honey is alcohol free.

Too need help to get to senegal, The gazelle got its name thanks to a Russian living in northern Italy who managed to bring it from the African country to his home in Bideford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire. In fact, he also had problems as a result of Brexit, as he tells the Daily Star: “I had to send them to my friend in Germany, who then brought them.”

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