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In 2002, here in the UK, the then-Labour government introduced Progressive Beer Duty to encourage the creation of small brewing interests in the country. Eight years on, however, and this incentive could be on the verge of eating itself. In this month's beer feature, Larry Nelson looks at the problem and considers the possible solutions.


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