Following years of flattening sales and losses to ale and cider, lager had something of a renaissance in 2016, driven by growth for pricier brews. This one has put an extra £34.4m through the tills as standard brands have been left on the shelves (or lost their space on them altogether). So who is it? All is revealed in the video below!

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