spanish drink more heineken than the dutch

… or anyone else for that matter, says Expansión. The figure of more than 10M hectolitres annual consumption (10% of group volume) does however include the swilling of acquisitions like Cruzcampo.

“Stop it, stop it!” cries Julia Sevilla, coordinator of the new course in sayings, being offered commencing this autumn by the philology phoculty of Madrid’s Complutense Loonieversity. “Life’s not all beer and skittles, you know!”

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