Which beers are best?

Beer lovers will soon be able to compare the taste of their favourite brews across different countries and flavours.

The Beer Industry Association (BIA), a trade body representing the beer industry, has launched a tool to help consumers compare their favourite beers across the world.

“We are looking at the whole range of beers and the way that they’re produced,” said Mike Wilson, the head of beer at the BIA.

“It’s not just a flavour comparison tool, but also a tasting tool.

For example, the British beer drinkers are using the tasting app.

The Chinese drinkers are also using it.”

The BIA’s website shows how beer tastes in different countries, and it can be used to compare brands.

For example it shows that there are different flavours of lager in Germany, and different varieties of lagers in the United States.

In the UK, the average British beer tastes slightly different to other countries.

It is also important to know the beer’s origins, which are important to consumers when deciding on a beer.

The BAI has created an online beer index to help people make that choice.

Its called Beer Labels.

Each beer label has a colour, and a number which tells you what it is made of.

The number indicates what kind of beer the beer is made from.

It is a good way to make a comparison, since a lot of beer labels are sold on the black market.

You can get a list of the best beer labels from the Beer Labeling Information Service at www.brewlabels.org.

But consumers can also compare their own beers on the Beer Industry Index of World Beer Standards.

There are also several other beer ratings websites to help compare brands and compare the quality of beer.

Some people like the taste test app Beer Labelt.

Another useful tool is the Beer Brand Guide, which shows you the brands, styles and ingredients that are used in a beer and can give you a better idea of which beers are good for you.

The beer industry’s biggest beer brands are often found in big cities like London, New York and Washington, D.C.

The craft beer industry is the third-biggest in the world behind the craft beer and the craft brewing industry, with an estimated $17 billion in annual sales, according to the International Federation of Beer Exporters.

The average beer consumer consumes approximately 7.5 litres of beer a year.

The UK is home to two craft breweries: Anheuser-Busch InBev, and AB InBov.

The United States is home, as well, to more than 50 craft breweries.

The European Union has more than 40 craft breweries, and Canada has 20.

The US craft beer market is growing by 8.7 per cent per year.

Source: Beer Industry Associations, the BAI, BBC News article