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Drinking in pubs is good for you, says Lord Iveagh in attack on cheap drink

1st March, 2015

The Earl of Iveagh, a descendant of Arthur Guinness, has hit out at discount supermarket alcohol, which he said was leading to people “drinking themselves silly”.

Edward Guinness, who is the famous brewing family’s custodian of the 22,500 acre Elveden Farms, in England, said he was concerned that a “certain black liquid with a cream head”, as well as other alcoholic drinks, were being sold at prices 70 per cent cheaper in supermarkets...

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